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Good Luck Continues in Corinth

10/16/2014
At the end of September conservation of the Agonotheteion mosaic was presented to the 5th and 6th grades of the local school of Ancient Corinth. Since then all 37 panels of the mosaic have been completely and successfully detached. Nicol Anastasatou is participating in the Colloquium of the International Association for the Study of Ancient Mosaics in California.

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VIDEOCAST - Χαρτογραφία και Ιατρική “στον απόηχο του χρόνου και του χώρου”

10/14/2014
Χαρτογραφία και Ιατρική “στον απόηχο του χρόνου και του χώρου”. Διδάγματα από την Ιστορία Speaker Dr. Panayotis N. Soucacos

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The American School of Classical Studies at Athens in the News

10/13/2014
On the occasion of the construction of the New West Wing project, Maria Georgopoulou discusses the role of libraries in the new digital world.

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  • From the Archives
  • From the FieldWhat do George Cram Cook, a Philhellenist who liked to dress in Greek peasant clothes, Cold War Cultural Diplomacy, and European artist Anders Zorn all have in common? They are all the latest subjects in School Archivist Natalia Vogeikoff-Brogan's new blog on the widely diverse and interesting items discovered while doing archival research in and about the School's large collection.
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  • ASCSA Digs Atari
  • From the FieldASCSA alumni Richard Rothaus and Bill Caraher joined Director of Publications Andrew Reinhard on a "synergasia" with the city of Alamogordo, NM, and a documentary film crew to excavate the rumored site where Atari allegedly dumped millions of games in 1983.
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  • Program Notes
  • From the FieldIt was full speed ahead for the Regular program after the winter break as the students traveled around Athens and Attica, then on to Crete. Join Mellon Professor Margie Miles as she takes us on a tour of the past two months.
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