Northern Greece and Bulgaria

The three sites of Northern GreeceDikili Tash, Philippi, and Thasos—cover a very long period from the 6th millenium BC until the proto-Byzantine period. These sites are studied in collaboration with Greek institutions: the Archaeological Service (Philippi and Thasos) and the Archaeological Society at Athens (Dikili Tash). 


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Megara, 43–45 Christos Moraitos Street (O.T. 155–6). Andromachi Katopodi (Γ’ ΕΠΚΑ) reports on discoveries made during a major project for the environmental upgrade of Megara city, undertaken 2006–2009.
A total of 13 walls were found, thought to relate to domestic structures. Much of the fill excavated here contained sherds of the Hellenistic,...
A collaborative project with the BSA.