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The Athenian Agora: Museum Guide Published
The Athenian Agora: Museum Guide has been published and is now available for purchase online. Author Laura Gawlinski talks about the book, the museum, and her work at the Agora.
New Maps and Spatial Data
A new resource for sharing maps and spatial data is now available through the Corinth Excavations' web pages. While the area of emphasis is the Corinthia, coverage for much of the data extends to the whole of Greece.
Donations to the Blegen Library
The Blegen Library gratefully acknowledges the generous donation of the following publications.
The American School of Classical Studies at Athens in the News
"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.
Good Luck for the Eutychia Mosaic
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.
The Public Library of the village of Milies on Mt. Pelion
The Gennadius Library is organizing a conference to celebrate the 200 years from the foundation of the Public Library of Milies.
Take a Field Trip to Corinth
In anticipation of the print edition of Ancient Corinth: A Guide to the Site and Museum, the ASCSA has released a new app for use when touring the site both inside and outside the fence.
Journey of a Portrait
First it hung on the walls of the American Academy in Rome; then in 1932 it followed its owner, Gorham Phillips Stevens, to Athens where he served as Director of the American School from 1939 to 1947.
Corinth Excavations 2014: End of Season and Google Glass
Monday June 30th marked the end of the third and final training session and the end of the 2014 season in Ancient Corinth. A total of 22 ASCSA students and others participated. In the third session...
Exhibition “Dominicos Theotokopoulos between Venice and Rome”
The Gennadius Library has loaned two rare books with engravings that depict the monastery of St. Catherine's on Mount Sinai.
Hesperia 83.2 Now Online!
Topics in this issue include zooarchaeological remains from the Agora, an Archaic skyphos depicting constellations, ancient towers of southern Euboia, and Corinth reliefs that may have constituted the sculptural program of the Lechaion Road Basilica.
Tour the Agora with a New App and Ebook
For the summer season, the ASCSA is happy to announce a new app and interactive Ebook to help you explore the Agora with content from The Athenian Agora: Site Guide.
SYMPOSIUM IN MEMORY OF EVELYN B. HARRISON AT THE INSTITUTE OF FINE ARTS NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
Held on Saturday, May 10, 2013 2:00-4:00 pm
VIDEOCAST - Harvesting the Sea: Aegean Societies and Marine Animals in Context
Harvesting the Sea: Aegean Societies and Marine Animals in Context, 29-31 May ASCSA, Cotsen Hall, 9 Anapiron Polemou, 106 76 Athens INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 210-7236313
VIDEOCAST - Margaret M. Miles, “Poseidon’s Net: Sanctuaries and Sea Routes”
"Poseidon's Net: Sanctuaries and Sea Routes" Margaret M. Miles, Andrew W. Mellon Professor, ASCSA; Professor of Art History and Classics, University of California, Irvine
Corinth Excavations 2014 update
Session 2 of the 2014 excavation season in Ancient Corinth is now well underway with excavators settled into their areas. Experimentation with the video capabilities of Google Glass is adding a new first-person perspective to archaeological recording and outreach.
VIDEOCAST - Artemis Leontis,The Alternative Archaeologies of Eva Palmer Sikelianos
The Alternative Archaeologies of Eva Palmer Sikelianos Artemis Leontis, Αν. Καθηγήτρια Νέων Ελληνικών, Πανεπιστήμιο Michigan
ASCSA Excavates Rumored “Atari Burial Ground”
ASCSA 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.
VIDEOCAST - “Reconsidering the Largest EBA Cycladic Cemetery:The Recent Excavations at Chalandriani”
“Reconsidering the Largest EBA Cycladic Cemetery: The Recent Excavations at Chalandriani on Syros Marisa Marthari, Ephor emerita, 21st Ephoreia of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities
Corinth Excavations 2014 and Google Glass
Regular members of the ASCSA began excavation on April 7 south of the museum and Temple E with the goal to unite the conserved portions of the Frankish area with the ‘plateia’ south of the museum. Google Glass is one exciting addition to the recording system this season.
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