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    1947 (September)

    Centenary of the French School.

    Academic activities

    1936

    Anastylosis of the Lion of Amphipolis, in collaboration with the American School.

    1937-1938

    Excavations at Olous (Crete).

    1938-1941

    Anastylosis of three columns of the tholos at Delphi, and of the temple of Apollo.

    1939

    Discovery, under the Sacred Way at Delphi, of the favissa, which contained precious offerings that had been thrown out.

    1941

    Beginning of the exploration of Gortys in Arcadia. More generally, the Second World War and the Greek civil war restricted the School's activities, although it did resume excavations at Malia in 1946, and at Thasos and Delos in 1948.

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    Thasos - Acropole ; Athénaion (sanctuaire d'Athéna), GTh 65 - L10036-016A

    Sujet : rempart, temple, mur, soutenement, parement externe, angle sud-est trace rocher Matériau : marbre,
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    Archaeology in Greece ONLINE

    LAVREOTIKI, Melissia Iatrou-6095
    Lavreotiki, Melissia Iatrou, Kokkori-Demou plot. Manolis Psarros (B' ????) reports on the discovery of two 4th c. B.C. building complexes and a road to their north (Figs. 1, 2, 3). The east building is gamma-shaped and consists of 5 rooms and a courtyard. Only two rooms of the western building were excavated. One of them contained the stone base of a wooden column, which supported the roof (Fig. 4). The eastern building had grey floors of beaten earth and a subfloor of white/off-white beaten earth of unknown geological composition (Fig. 5). The same sub-floor was also found in the western building. Finds from the buildings include lamps (Fig. 6), drinking vessels, sherds from beehives (Fig. 7) and lekanes, some of which had been repaired with lead clamps (Fig. 8). D. Parra, A. Kapetaniou
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