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  • Virtual tour of Delphi. Walk through the archaeological site while accessing rich multimedia content

    The French School at Athens and the Ephorate of Antiquities of Phocis have elaborated a digital guide of the archeological site of Delphi, in collaboration with the Company APT Information Systems. It is essentially a virtual audio and video tour, enhanced with texts, images and 3D animations. The user who is on the archaeological site can also use GPS navigation.
    The application can be downloaded for Android and IOS and is available in three languages (French, English and Greek):

    Archaeology in Greece ONLINE

    Vouliagmeni, Zephyrou 21 (property of G. Kritsa). Mairi Giamalidi (???' ????) reports on the discovery of 2 retaining walls and another 2 walls delimiting a property (Figs. 1, 2). The retaining walls were constructed with rubble and roughly worked boulders. The latter were extracted from the area for their immediate use in the retaining walls. The walls delimiting the property were built with rubble (Fig. 3). It appears that the retaining walls served to contain the soil and attest to farming activities in the area. Small finds include undecorated and black-glazed pottery sherds from plates, skyphoi and oinochoai, all of which date in the Classical and Late Classical periods. The excavation was conducted by I. Louretzatou.
    A collaborative project with the BSA.