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    French School at Athens: 6 Didotou Street, 10680 ATHENS, GREECE.
    Telephone: (+30) 210 36 79 900
    Fax: (+30) 210 36 32 101
     

    How to reach the school:

    Main entrance: 6 Didotou Street
    Guesthouse entrance: 27 Sina Street
     

    From the airport to the FSA:

    with metro map (PDF format, 132KB)





     

    Addresses of the excavation houses:

    Amathus

    French Excavations,
    Agios Tychonas,
    Limassol, CYPRUS
    Telephone : 0035 72 581 21 92


     

    Malia

    French Excavations,
    Malia Pediados,
    70 007, Heraklion CRETE
    Telephone : 0030 2897 031 262

     

    Argos

    Gordonos 14,
    21 200 ARGOS
    Telephone : 0030 27510 67295


     

    Sovjan

    Archaeological Museum of
    Korçë ALBANIA
    Telephone : 00 355 824 31 17

     

    Delos

    French Excavations,
    DELOS
    Telephone : 0030 944 464 363


     

    Thasos

    French Excavations,
    64 004 THASOS
    Telephone : 0030 2593 022 788

     

    Delphi

    French Excavations,
    33 054 DELPHES

     

     

    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

    KIFISSIA, Kifissias Avenue-6058
    Kifissia, Kifissias Avenue 313 (O.T. 167, Sector III, property of P. Chalari). Maria Stefanopoulou (B' ????) reports on the discovery of a Hellenistic and Roman house, and a Byzantine workshop (Fig. 1). Part of a building consisting of rubble walls and a courtyard was excavated and dated in the Late Hellenistic period. Contemporary to the building is a rock-cut drain. In Roman times, the building was extended, since more walls were constructed. These are rubble walls with tiles. Contemporary to this phase is a cairn found east of the building and a pi-shaped drain. In the Late Byzantine period the building appears to have been converted into a workshop, since two kilns were excavated - one inside the building (Fig. 2) and the second outside. The kilns contained Late Byzantine pottery sherd
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    A collaborative project with the BSA.