13th International Congress on Modern Trends in Classical Literature entitled “Intended Ambiguity”. The theme of the Conference relates to the concept of ambiguity, the simultaneous conception of two or more meanings, which is a key feature of modern art and literature. This will include distinguished scientists such as Jacqueline Fabre-Serris, Therese Fuhrer, John Hamilton, Stephen Harrison, Joachim Knape, Jenny Strauss Clay, Richard F. Thomas, Michael Chrysanthopoulos, Martin Vöhler, and others. world-renowned for their work in Classical Literature and Comparative Literature.Mr. Walter Stechel, Consul of Germany in Thessaloniki, Professor Antonios Regakos and Prof. Franco Montanari, general publishers of the Trends in Classics series, as well as Professor Mrs. Therese Fuhrer, will address.Organization: Department of Philology AUTh. and the Department of Classical Studies Ludwigs-Maximilians-Universität Munich with the support of the Museum of Byzantine Culture.Free entrance.The works of the conference are open to the public, which in order to participate should complete the registration form on the site: https://www.lit.auth.gr/13th_trends. Conference attendance attestations will be provided to those who request it at the conference secretariat.