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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

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    Delphes - Sanctuaire d'Athéna Pronaia - E95

    temple en tuf d'Athéna, sd 29,
    Archimage is intended to gradually put online the graphic and photographic documents, kept in the Archives service of FSA.

    Archaeology in Greece ONLINE

    MOSCHATO - HSAP railway tracks-6099
    Moschato, HSAP railway tracks, (halfway between Kallithea and Moschato stations). Anna Maria Anagnostopoulou (???' ????) and Maria Raftopoulou (???' ????) report on the discovery of a stretch of the South or Middle Long Wall (Figs. 1, 2, 3). Specifically, the internal (north) face of the wall was excavated for a length of 38 m. It has an E-W orientation and runs parallel to the railway tracks. A three-stepped krepis was found and the orthostates. These were made from good quality poros stone from the Piraeus. Tool marks are visible on the boulders. The fill of the wall, in-between the orthostates, consisted of rubble. Mud bricks, which were not found, would have been placed on top of this fill. A stone staircase, which would have led to the top of the wall, was also found. More walls were
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    A collaborative project with the BSA.