|Imitation African lamp, late 6th-early 7th c., found in Panayia Field|
|Mark with a 'fruit amphora', made in the NE Peloponnese coarse fabric|
|Plan of Panayia Field, Corinth. 5th to 7th c. (courtesy of the ASCSA)|
The activities of the Syllogos Filon tou Istorikou Archeiou tis Archaiologikis Iperesias
This Sunday, March 10th at 11 AM at the Historical Archive of the Hellenic Archaeological Servie at Psaromylingou 22, on the edge of Kerameikos and Psyrri, the Syllogos Filon tou Istorikou Archeiou tis Archaiologikis Iperesias will hold its annual General Assembly for current members. After the meeting there will be the elections for the new Board of Directors and for the Financial Oversight Committee, both of which are for a two-year term. The Syllogos Filon warmly welcomes new members to join this bilingual organization which supports the work of the National Archive and the pursuit of archival research in archaeology. One can join before the General Assembly starts on Sunday! For more details please contact me at: email@example.com.
The Story Behind the Reconstruction of the Stoa of Attalos II in the Athenian Agora.
What catches everyone’s eye upon entering the archaeological park of the Athenian Agora is the reconstructed Stoa of Attalos II. Its size, its range of colors and its unusual form, to the modern eye at least, draws one to contemplate it and then to go into its broad porticos in order to “experience” a complete ancient building first hand. How did this building come into existence?
|The completed building|
|The building's inauguration|