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  • Bibliography on the history of the French School at Athens:

     
    • 'Le cinquantenaire de l’École française d’Athènes', Bulletin de correspondance hellénique, supplement, volume 22, 1898.
    • 'Le centenaire de l’École française d´Athènes', Bulletin de correspondance hellénique, supplement, volume 71, 1948.
    • 'Cent cinquantenaire, 1846-1996, École française d´Athènes', Bulletin de correspondance hellénique, special number, volume 120, issue 1, 1996.
    • Étienne, Roland et al., L’Espace grec: cent cinquante ans de fouilles de l’École française d’Athènes, Paris, Fayard, 1996.
    • Radet, Georges, L’histoire et l’œuvre de l’École française d’Athènes, Paris, 1901.
    • Valenti, Catherine, Les membres de l’École française d’Athènes: étude d’une élite universitaire, 1846-1970, Diplôme d'études approfondies thesis, University of Provence Aix-Marseille I, 1994.
    • Valenti, Catherine, L’École française d’Athènes (1846-1981): histoire d’une grande institution universitaire, doctoral thesis in history, University of Provence Aix-Marseille I, 2000.
    • Valenti, Catherine, L’École française d’Athènes, Paris, Belin, 2006.

    The BCH can be consulted online on the Persée site, and all the works are available in the FSA library.
     

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    Ancient Sikyon-6126
    Sikyon. I. Lolos (ASA) reports on a second season of excavation in the area of the agora, south of the stoa where building remains of the Roman period had been found. Two rooms east of the group, apparently of industrial use, excavated in the previous year were investigated (Figs 1-2). Southeast of the stoa was found part of another stoa orientated N-S, while the known stoa was orientated E-W. The new stoa is dated to the early Roman period and was single-aisled with a Doric colonnade on its fa?ade. In the northwest part of the agora the foundations of a small temple (c. 11 m. long by 7 m. wide) were uncovered (Figs 3-4), built at the end of the Classical or the beginning of the Hellenistic period; it was dismantled in the early years of the Roman period. There are carved mason's
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