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  • Applications for FSA scholarships for 2018

    New admissions round: Fall 2017

     

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    Applications for FSA scholarships for 2017


    New application deadline: 28 October 2016
    An acknowledgement of receipt will be send for all complete applications.

    The application must include the following five components:

    • An information form (completed online)
    • A CV
    • A description of the candidate's doctoral research*
    • A work project for the desired duration of the scholarship*
    • A targeted report from the academic overseeing the candidate's research and (optionally) other letters of reference

      *Maximum length of each of these documents: 10000 characters (including spaces).

    To submit your application you should:
    1. Go to the Missions platform by clicking on this link
    2. Create an account
    3. Once you have logged in, create a scholarship application request in the 'Faire une demande' tab
    4. Add the necessary information to the form, then upload the supporting documents (ONLY IN '.pdf' FORMAT and clearly named: nameCV.pdf, nameDescription.pdf, nameProject.pdf, nameReport.pdf, nameLetters.pdf).
     

    If you experience problems submitting your request online, please contact Ms Sophia Zoumboulaki by email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


     

    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

    Thermos-6129
    Thermos. I. Papapostolou (ASA) reports on the systematic investigation of the sloping area east of the east stoa of the Agora of the sanctuary of Apollo. Investigation revealed two monumental stone staircases, corresponding to the two exit openings in the back wall of the stoa, about 40 m. apart. Only the lower sections are preserved: 7 steps in the northern (Fig. 1) and 10 in the southern (Fig. 2) staircase, made of limestone slabs of equal height, but unequal length, constructed in careful isodomic style. The northern staircase is 4.80 m. wide, the southern 6.80 m., as are the equivalent openings connecting the stoa with the area to the east. The space between the staircases and the stoa is paved and about 2 m. wide. It is likely, but not certain, that the two staircases led to th
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