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  • Ministère de la culture

    20-22, rue Bouboulinas
    106 82 ATHÈNES
    Téléphone : +30 210 8201100
    http://www.culture.gr


    Fondation Nationale de la Recherche Scientifique (EIE)

    48, avenue Constantinou
    116 35 ATHÈNES
    Téléphone : +30 210 7210351
    Télécopie : +30 210 7234145
    http://www.eie.gr/


    Centre National de Recherches Sociales (EKKE)



    9, rue Kratinou
    106 72  Αthènes
    Téléphone : +30 210 7491600
    http://www.ekke.gr/


    Archives Littéraires et Historiques helléniques (ELIA)



    5, rue Aghiou Andreou
    105 56  Αthènes
    Téléphone : +30 210 73211149
    Télécopie : +30 210 3213667
    http://www.elia.org.gr/


    Archives historiques de l'université d’Athènes (IA. EKPA)



    45, rue Skoufa
    106 72  Αthènes
    Téléphone : +30 210 3689522
    Télécopie : +30 210 3689532
    http://www.archive.uoa.gr/

    Université Charokopeio



    70, rue Eleftheriou Venizelou
    176 76 Kallithea

    http://www.hua.gr/index.php/el/

    Institut d'études méditerranéennes de Crète - IMS-FORTH


    http://www.ims.forth.gr/






     

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    ATHENS - KALLISPERI-6114
    Athens, Kallisperi 21. Niki Sakka (?' ????) reports on the discovery of a 4th - 5th c. A.D. apsidal building (Figs. 1, 2). The building has a prodomos and a floor decorated in the opus sectile technique. It is highly likely that this building belongs to the large, public, 4th c. A.D. bath that was found in the area (Agora XXIV, 42-44). The building was extended in the 10th-12th c. A.D. A statue of a seated woman (1st c. A.D.) had been used in the construction of the building's east wall. A tile-built pithos was excavated east of the building. Finds from the area include a fragment for a 5th c. A.D. inscription which reads: ????[????]- [??] v [- - -] ??? ???[- -] The excavation was conducted by the author of this report, T. Michalakopoulou and Eug. Tsalkou.
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