Assoc. Prof. Georgios Deligiannakis

Wissenschaftlicher Werdegang

  • Seit 2017 Assoc. Professor für Spätantike an der Open University of Cyprus
  • 2023 Mare Balticum Fellow an der Universität Rostock
  • 2023 Erneuter Forschungsaufenthalt der Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung, Lehrstuhl für Alte Geschichte an der Humboldt Universität zu Berlin (Februar bis April)
  • 2019-2020 Gastprofessor, Dipartimento di Storia Culture Civiltà an der Università di Bologna
  • 2012-2017 Assistant Professor für Spätantike an der Open University of Cyprus
  • 2017-2019: Stipendiat (als Senior Researcher) der AvH-Stiftung, Lehrstuhl für Alte Geschichte an der Humboldt Universität zu Berlin
  • 2011 Gastwissenschaftler, Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies an der Princeton University
  • 2008-2012 Lecturer für Spätantike an der Open University of Cyprus
  • 2007 Promotion an der Oxford University im Fach Alte Geschichte
  • 2002 MPhil an der Oxford University im Fach Alte Geschichte
  • 1999 Studium der Fächer Geschichte, Klassische Archäologie und Kunstgeschichte, an der Athener Universität

Veröffentlichungen in Auswahl

Monographien und Herausgeberschaften

  • A Cultural History of Late Roman Cyprus, Cyprus Research Foundation 2022, 216 pp., 42 illus.
  • The Dodecanese and the Aegean Islands in Late Antiquity, AD 300-700. Oxford Monographs in Classical Archaeology, Oxford University Press, 2016, 320 pp., 185 illus.
  • Hg. Τι είναι Ύστερη Αρχαιότητα. Συναγωγή άρθρων για τον υστερορωμαϊκό κόσμο, Ηρόδοτος, Athens 2020, 981 pp.
  • Hg. v. G. Deligiannakis & Y. Galanakis (eds.) The Aegean and its Cultures Proceedings of the first Oxford-Athens graduate student workshop organized by the Greek Society and the University of Oxford Taylor Institution, 22-23 April 2005 BAR S1975, Oxford, 2009, 149 pp.



  • Contextualizing the tax tribute paid by Cypriots during the treaty centuries, P. Panayides, I. Jacobs (eds.), Cyprus in the Long Late Antiquity: History and Archaeology Between the 6th and the 8thcenturies, Oxford 2022, 47-54.
  • ‘Live your Myth’ in Athens. The Last Rebranding of Greece in the Time of the Emperor Constantine and his Successors, E. Saradi (ed.), Byzantine Athens, Athens 2021, 19-35.
  • s.v. Sporaden u. ostägäische Inseln, Reallexikon für Antike und Christentum, Band XXX (2021), 1031-1057.
  • From paganism to Christianity in Late Antique Athens: a re-evaluation, I. Tanaseanu-Döbler, L. v. Alvensleben (eds.) Athens in Late Antiquity-Transformations of Religion and Culture. COMES, Tübingen 2020, 137-54.
  • Imperial and ecclesiastical patrons of fourth-century Salamis/Constantia, S. Rogge, Chr. Ioannou, Th. Mavrojannis (eds.), Salamis of Cyprus. History and Archaeology from the earliest times to late antiquity, Münster 2019, 761-68.
  • s.v. Rhodos u. Dodekanes, Reallexikon für Antike und Christentum, Band XXIX (2018), 94-123.
  • The last pagans of Cyprus: prolegomena to a history of transition from polytheism to Christianity, M. Horster, S. Rogge, D. Nikolaou (eds.), Church Building in Cyprus (4th to 7th Centuries) – a Mirror of Intercultural Contacts in the Eastern Mediterranean, Münster 2018, 23-44.
  • From Aphrodite(s) to saintly Bishops in late antique Cyprus in C. Breytenbach, J. Ogereau (eds.), Identity and Authority in Emerging Christianities in Asia Minor and Greece, AJEC, Leiden 2018, 326-46.
  • Palatia of Saria, a Late Antique Nesopolis of Provincia Insularum. A Topographical Survey, E. Rizos and A. Ricci (eds.), New Cities in Late Antiquity. Documents and Archaeology (BAT), Turnhout 2017, 263-76 (mit V. Karabatsos).
  • Helios and the Emperor in the Late Antique Peloponnese, Journal of Late Antiquity 10.2 (2017), 325-50.
  • Religious viewing of sculptural images of gods in the world of late antiquity: from Dio Chrysostom to Damaskios, Journal of Late Antiquity 8.1 (2015), 168-194.
  • A new consularis from the province Insulae? Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 169
  • (2009), 180-2.
  • Christian attitudes towards public pagan statuary: the case of Anastasios of Rhodes, Byzantion: revue internationale des études byzantines 78 (2008), 142-157.
  • Two late antique statues from Messene, Annuals of the British School of Athens, 100 (2005), 387-405, pls. 10-16.