Accommodation

Booking a room in Athens

On request, the French School at Athens is in a position to provide accommodation for researchers. For all bookings please contact Ms Evi Platanitou with as much notice as possible at the following address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Requests are dealt with on a first come, first served basis.

Guests undertake to respect the rules laid down by the School.

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Booking a room at the sites

The French School at Athens has excavation houses at the sites where it carries out its activities. The primary function of these excavation houses is to host researchers following one of the School's programmes. It is only in addition to this that they welcome foreign researchers at the FSA who wish to take advantage of these establishments. For all bookings please contact Ms Evi Platanitou with as much notice as possible at the following address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

The rules laid down for the guesthouse at Athens apply to the excavation houses.

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Archaeology in Greece ONLINE

Zominthos-6504
Zominthos. E. Sapouna Sakellaraki (ASA) reports on continued excavation of the site in several areas of the large building complex (Fig. 1). Excavation of room 59 was completed to the floor level on the ground floor, where fragments of pithoi and other pottery were found. In the neighbouring rooms 17 and 38 central pillars were found, while in 38 there was a metal-working kiln on the ground floor and, on the first storey, a sealstone was found. The 3 compartments of room 47 further S (also in use in more recent times) were investigated and produced: ceramics, a stone rosette used as a pin-head, 2 bronze daggers and fragments of rock crystal. In neighbouring room 37 4 column bases were found at ground level, as well as benches on the N and W sides, a steatite sealstone and an ivory fra
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A collaborative project with the BSA.