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  • The library of photographs and plans is open by appointment from Monday to Friday, from 10am to 2pm.

    Any use of an image of which the FSA holds the copyright must be done with permission and is subject to the payment of fees for document provision.

    Publication of an unpublished document must imperatively be subject to a preliminary agreement with the person responsible for the work.

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    Ordering documents

    All documents are dispatched in digital format only, within seven working days.
     
    • Online documents must be ordered using ArchImage.
     
    • For other documents in the archives
       
      • Photograph library
        Requests for digital copies must be sent to the member of staff in charge of the photograph library. The attached form must be used.
        Order form (to be completed online)
      • Library of plans
        Requests for printouts must be sent to the member of staff in charge of the library of plans. The attached form must be used.
        Order form (to be completed online)

    The order form should be sent to:

    The staff member in charge of the Photograph Library/ Library of Plans at the FSA.
    • by post:
      FSA, Library of Maps/Plans
      6 Didotou Street
      106 80 ATHENS
      GREECE
    • by email:
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    • by fax :
      (+30) 210 36 41 861
     

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    Archimage is intended to gradually put online the graphic and photographic documents, kept in the Archives service of FSA.

    Archaeology in Greece ONLINE

    PIRAEUS - Votsi St.-6096
    Piraeus, Votsi St. 15 (property of Euag. Giannakopoulou). Maria Petritaki(???' ????) reports on the discovery of a section of the 4th c. B.C. Mounichia fortifications (Figs. 1, 2, 3). Specifically, a 13.50 m. stretch of the fortification wall was found and a square tower. The latter measures 5.50x5.15 m. A gate opening measuring 1.70 m. in width was found next to the tower. Both the fortification wall and the tower are constructed with limestone in the emplekton technique. Isodomic masonry was used for the outer faces of the walls of the tower. Finally, the fortification wall has three openings for drainage (Fig. 3). At a short distance from the fortifications was discovered part of the fill for the nearby shipsheds (ADelt 56-59, 443-444). Finds from the area include sherds from Classical
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