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Contemporary Art Project Donated to the Gennadius Library

07/26/2016
In June 2016, visual artist Judith Allen-Efstathiou donated to the Gennadius Library the Mapping the Walk archive, which consists of 36 original graphite and gouache drawings.

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The American School of Classical Studies at Athens in the News

07/23/2016
As seen in the NY Times: Archaeologists in Ashkelon, Israel, who include former Wiener Lab Director Sherry Fox, said they have found a burial site that could help reveal the origin and lifestyle of a civilization whose history has been written by its enemies. In other news, School Director James Wright was recently in an article from Kathimerini about Fulbright scholars in Greece, and former Director Jack Davis and Shari Stocker have a feature on the Grffin Warrior Tomb in Costa Navarino magazine.

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New Wiener Lab Opens

07/21/2016
On June 4, 2016, the School inaugurated the Malcolm H. Wiener Laboratory for Archaeological Science, which will propel us into a new era of research opportunities and solidify our standing as the preeminent center for high level archaeological science in the Mediterranean and Southeastern Europe.

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  • Collection Closeup
  • From the FieldIn this new feature we focus on select items in the School's vast holdings. Corinth Excavation Assistant Director Ioulia Tzonou-Herbst picks this diminutive but remarkable item from the Corinth collection.
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  • Research Spotlight
  • From the FieldIn 2013, Joanita Vroom and team researched ceramic finds of the Byzantine, Frankish, and Ottoman periods in the Agora.
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  • Research Spotlight
  • From the FieldDuring the fall of 2013, Sebastian Prignitz, a scientific researcher at the Inscriptiones Graecae program of the Berlin Academy, was in Athens to work on Greek inscriptions from the epigraphical collection of the Athenian Agora.
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