General introduction to the archives service
 Created in September 2013, the FSA’s administrative and academic archives service is responsible for collecting, classifying, holding and circulating archive documents in all materials and forms – manuscript, typed, graphic and photographic – produced by the School’s services and academic members, as well as in the course of archaeological missions funded wholly or in part by the FSA.

The 'manuscript' archives (both administrative and academic), the collections of photographic and graphic documents (the photograph library and library of plans) and the collection of squeezes have now been brought together within this service.

Contacts :
The manuscript archives-Squeezes : This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Photo library / Library of plans : This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 

Newsletter

Archaeology in Greece ONLINE

Salamis

Salamis, 70 I. Metaxas Street. Triadafyllia Kattoula (ΚΣΤ ΕΠΚΑ) reports on the discovery of a stone wall, 0.5m below the level of the pavement and behind the church of Agios Andreas. The EW running wall had dimensions 5.2m x 0.66m and its maximum height was 0.6m. S of the wall seven stone grinders were found, and an eighth in a cavity of the natural rock. Pottery was found dating to the Mid Helladic...

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A collaborative project with the BSA.