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AMBROSIA WILL BE DOWN ON MONDAY SEPTEMBER 1ST, 2014

08/29/2014
On Monday September 1st, 2014 AMBROSIA WILL BE DOWN. UPDATE: AMBROSIA IS UP AND RUNNING AGAIN.

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The American School of Classical Studies at Athens in the News

08/25/2014
"Greek reporter.gr" and "Fox News" highlight the Corinth excavations and in particular the tomb that was discovered in 2006 (dated ca. 800–760 B.C.) as described in one of the most recent issues of Hesperia.

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Good Luck for the Eutychia Mosaic

08/07/2014
After the approval of a conservation study by head conservator Nicol Anastassatou, work has begun on a figural mosaic in the South Stoa. Photos and Google Glass videos describe the restoration of this artwork.

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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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  • 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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  • Our Research
  • From the FieldA team of researchers are using new technologies on a school-affiliated project which literally "sheds new light" on inscriptions from Linear B tablets in Pylos.
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