The national research school for Classical Studies (OIKOS) presents two annual awards for the best research master’s theses written in the previous academic year. One award is offered to the best thesis in the disciplines of Greek, Latin and Ancient Philosophy, the other for the best thesis in the disciplines of Ancient History and Classical Archaeology.
The nominations are assessed by an independent international jury.The award consists of a prize of 500 euros. In addition, the winners will have the opportunity to present their research during the OIKOS Fay.
The SPINlab congratulates Rens de Hond, who works with us on the Via Appia-project, with winning the OIKOS Thesis Award 2015 in the category Ancient History and Classical Archaeology with his thesis entitled “A pyramidal structure along the Via Appia. Documentation and reconstruction”.