Logotypes and Graphic Charter 

Every form of communication bearing the FSA logo and destined for wide circulation must conform to the rules of usage described in the graphic charter and must receive prior authorization from the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

For professional use:
For simple/electronic use:


Written form, acronym and translation of the name École française d'Athènes

When the name French School at Athens is written in lower case, the first letter of each word is capitalized.

The acronym FSA, always in capital letters, can be used instead of the full name French School at Athens  to avoid repetition or when listing institutional acronyms. 

The name École française d’Athènes and the acronym EFA are translated in Greek and in English as follows:
  • Γαλλική Σχολή Αθηνών / ΓΣΑ
  • French School at Athens / FSA

Follow us

Twitter user name : @efathenes
To tag us on Facebook : @efathenes


Nolwenn Grémillet
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
+ 30 210 36 79 943 (8h00 - 15h00)

ARCHIMAGE : The latest pictures

Archimage is intended to gradually put online the graphic and photographic documents, kept in the Archives service of FSA.

Archaeology in Greece ONLINE

Almyros, Dialektakis plot. V. Apostolakou (??' ????) reports the excavation of several vaulted tombs and cist graves. The largest vaulted tomb (tomb 30: Fig. 1) was 3.75m by 2.3m and 2.3m high. Most graves appear to have been looted, but one looted vaulted tomb nevertheless contained 53 bronze, 30 iron, 7 silver, and 6 gold objects, including the head of a gold pin, two gold earrings and a gold band. Two of the vaulted tombs (24 and 25: Fig. 2) appear to be a group delineated by a peribolos. A cist grave (26: Fig. 3) first uncovered in an earlier season proved to be a monolithic poros sarcophagus covered by reused architectural members. It contained the bones of at least three individuals together with a vase, two coins and two bronze, two iron, and two stone items.
A collaborative project with the BSA.