The American School of Classical Studies at Athens


Mapping Antiquity

Scholar and former diplomat Brady Kiesling is on a mission to map the world of Ancient Greece

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Through the Eyes of an Archaeologist

Our new video gives a peek of what an excavation looks like through the eyes of an archaeologist

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Work of ASCSA-Affiliated Project leads to First Pre-Neolithic Artifacts on Display in Crete

The new temporary archaeological museum in Rethmynon now exhibits the first pre-Neolithic artifacts (>7000 B.C.) found on Crete which were discovered by the Plakias Mesolithic Survey, a synergasia project of the ASCSA and the Ephoreia of Palaeoanthropology and Speleology

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  • Conservation
  • From the FieldCorinth Excavations updates you about our current conservation progress on the mosaic as well as its appearance at conferences around the world.
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  • Alan L. Boegehold, 1927-2015
  • From the FieldProfessor of Classics, Chair of the ASCA Managing Committee, and Poet
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  • Q and A
  • From the FieldThe School's Assistant Director Dylan Rogers talks about his interest in Roman fountains, the pull of the School community. . . and his love of the bow tie.
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