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December 12, 2019

Pleiades

Lyktos

An ancient settlement on Crete, located just east of modern Xydas/Xidas, with which it is sometimes conflated. The city is mentioned in Homer and seems to have flourished in Hellenistic and Roman times, at least.

OSM location of Basentello

Location based on OpenStreetMap

Basentello (river)

A river of southern Italy, Basentello flows near the border between Apulia and Basilicata. It flows from its source near Palazzo San Gervasio to Bradano.

ToposText Location

Representative point location of visible remains of ancient Lyktos as asserted by ToposText (verified in Google Earth). Dates after BAtlas.

Unnamed aqueduct at Lyktos

A roman-era aqueduct supplying the Cretan city of Lyktos

Trajanic harbor

The hexagonal Trajanic harbor basin at Portus was built between 100 and 112. Its maximum diameter is approximately 716 meters.

OSM Location of Area Archeologica del Porto di Traiano

Representative location based on OpenStreetMap.

December 11, 2019

Pleiades

Begorritus lacus

Lake Vegoritida, once known as Lake Ostrovo, is a large natural lake located in western Macedonia, northern Greece.

OSM location of Lake Vegoritida

Representative location based on OpenStreetMap.

OSM Location of Basin of Trajan's Harbor

Location based on OpenStreetMap

Ancient World Online (AWOL)

Athenian Agora Preliminary Reports

[First posted in AWOL 7 May 2017, updated 11 December 2019]

Athenian Agora Preliminary Reports
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[Agora Report] 2019 Excavations: Agora 2019 - Summary Report

John McK. Camp II ... Excavations were carried out in four sections: in Section ΝΝ in the southwest corner of the archaeological site, and in the northwest corner of the Agora in Sections ΒΖ, ΒΘ East and ΒΘ West. Section ΝΝ ... 10 Jun-2 Aug 2019

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[Agora Report] 2018 Excavations: Summary Report - Agora 2018

John McK. Camp II ... Excavations were carried out in Sections ΒΘ, ΒΖ and Ω. In Section ΒΘ the investigations continued in the area in front of and above the Stoa Poikile. In ΒΘ East, built into a late structure, a large inscribed ... 11 Jun-3 Aug 2018

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[Agora Report] 2017 Excavations: Agora Volunteer Report 2017

John McK. Camp II ... Excavations took place in three sections, ΒΘ, ΒΖ and ΟΟ, covering a time span from the 14th century B.C. to the 12th century A.D. In Section ΒΘ work continued in later layers over and in front of the Stoa ... 12 Jun-4 Aug 2017

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[Agora Report] 2016 Excavations: Agora 2016 - Summary Report

John McK. Camp II ... Excavations were carried out in the northwest corner of the agora square in Sections ΒΘ and ΒΖ in and around the classical building identified as the Painted (Poikile) Stoa, and in the southwest corner ... 13 Jun-5 Aug 2016

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[Agora Report] 2015 Excavations: Agora Excavations Season Summary 2015

John McK. Camp II ... Excavations were carried out in three areas: in Byzantine levels over the Painted Stoa in Section ΒΘ; at the north end and beneath the Classical Commercial Building in Section ΒΖ; and in Section ΟΟ in ... 8 Jun-31 Jul 2015





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[Agora Report] 2014 Excavations: Agora Excavations Preliminary Report - Summer 2014

John McK. Camp II ... Excavations in 2014 were carried out in three sections: ΒΘ, ΒΓ and ΒΖ. In Section ΒΘ, overlying the Painted Stoa, the Byzantine houses of the 11th century A.D. were further exposed in the western part ... 9 Jun-1 Aug 2014

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[Agora Report] 2013 Excavations: Preliminary Report on the 2013 Excavation Season

John McK. Camp II ... Excavations were carried out in several areas, spanning Mycenaean to Byzantine times. Full exploration in Section ΒΘ East was prevented since the Byzantine walls could not yet be removed, but a trial trench ... 10 Jun-2 Aug 2013

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[Agora Report] 2012 Excavations: Preliminary Report on the 2012 Excavation Season

John McK. Camp II ... Excavations were carried out in four areas during the 2012 season: three in the area of the Painted Stoa at the northwest corner of the Agora (sections ΒΗ, ΒΖ, ΒΘ), and one in the Panthenaic Way (section ... 11 Jun-3 Aug 2012

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[Agora Report] 2011 Excavations: Preliminary Report on the 2011 Excavation Season

John McK. Camp II ... Excavations were carried out in three sections, two of them overlying the Painted Stoa (ΒΗ and ΒΘ) and one in the Panathenaic Way (ΒΓ). In Section ΒΓ, excavations were concentrated on the Panathenaic Way ... 13 Jun-5 Aug 2011

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[Agora Report] 2010 Excavations: Preliminary Report on the 2010 Excavation Season

John McK. Camp II ... Excavations took place in five sections: ΒΗ, ΒΘ, ΒΖ, Γ and Δ. In Section ΒΗ, excavation continued and late fills overlying the Stoa Poikile were cleared. A good cross-section of the stoa foundations was ... 15 Jun-6 Aug 2010

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[Agora Report] 2009 Excavations: Preliminary Report on the 2009 Excavation Season

John McK. Camp II ... Excavations were conducted in four sections: Γ, ΒΘ, ΒΗ and ΒΖ. In Section Γ, the investigation of the Classical buildings south of the Tholos continued with the aim to find out if they were civil, commercial ... 8 Jun-31 Jul 2009

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[Agora Report] 2008 Excavations: Preliminary Report on the 2008 Excavation Season

John McK. Camp II ... Excavations took place in three sections, two north of Hadrian Street (ΒΗ and ΒΘ) and one in the old area south of the Tholos (Γ). In Section ΒΗ, layers in, over and behind the building identified as the ... 10 Jun-1 Aug 2008

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[Agora Report] 2007 Excavations: Preliminary Report on the 2007 Excavation Season

John McK. Camp II ... Excavation continued this year in the sections ΒΖ, ΒΗ and Γ. In Section ΒΖ South, two areas were investigated: the north-south road and the areas west of the road. In the road, hard-packed gravel surfaces ... 13 Jun-3 Aug 2007
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[Agora Report] 2006 Excavations: Preliminary Report on the 2006 Excavation Season

John McK. Camp II ... This summer the 75th anniversary of the beginning of the excavations and the 50th anniversary of the reconstruction of the Stoa of Attalos were celebrated. Excavation were concentrated on two areas: northwest ... 13 Jun-4 Aug 2006
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[Agora Report] 2005 Excavations: Preliminary Report on the 2005 Excavation Season

John McK. Camp II ... Excavations were carried out in three sections in the summer of 2005: BZ, BH and Γ. In section BZ, mostly Roman levels were excavated, dating from the 1st to the 5th centuries A.D. Much more of the north-south ... 13 Jun-5 Aug 2005
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[Agora Report] 2004 Excavations: Preliminary Report on the 2004 Excavation Season

John McK. Camp II ... All the work during the season 2004 was concentrated on the northwest corner of the Agora north of the Panathenaic Way. In BZ North, the last remains of Byzantine fills and walls were removed and Hellenistic, ... 7 Jun-16 Jul 2004
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[Agora Report] 2003 Excavations: Preliminary Report on the 2003 Excavation Season

John McK. Camp II ... Excavations in 2003 were carried out largely in the northwest corner of the Agora known as Section BZ. The area was divided into two parts: the north-south road and areas to the west, and east of the road ... 13 Jun-25 Jul 2003
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[Agora Report] 2002 A Portrait of an Imperial Priest: A Portrait of an Imperial Priest

John McK. Camp II ... A Roman portrait head was found on the north slopes of the Acropolis. The crown on his head indicate that the man was a priest of the imperial cult. Imperial worship in Athens is attested as early as the ... 19-20 Jun 2002
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[Agora Report] 2002 Excavations: Preliminary Report on the 2002 Excavation Season

John McK. Camp II ... Excavations continued in the northwest corner of the Agora (sections ΒΕ and ΒΖ) and in the Eleusinion area (ΕΛ), and a trial trench was opened up in the Panathenaic Way (Σ). In section ΒΖ, the exploration ... 10 Jun-2 Aug 2002
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[Agora Report] 2001 Excavations: Preliminary Report on the 2001 Excavation Season

John McK. Camp II ... Excavations were carried out at the northwest of the Agora in sections ΒΖ and ΒΕ, and in the area of the Eleusinion in section ΕΛ. In Section ΒΖ, the investigation of the settlement of the 11th century ... 11 Jun-3 Aug 2001
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[Agora Report] 2000 Excavations: Preliminary Report on the 2000 Excavation Season

John McK. Camp II ... Excavations were carried out in three sections, two to the northwest, (ΒΖ and ΒΕ) and one to the southeast of the Agora square (ΕΛ). In Section ΒΖ the investigation of the remains of the 11th century settlement ... 6 Jun-28 Jul 2000
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[Agora Report] 1999 Excavations: Preliminary Report on the 1999 Excavation Season

John McK. Camp II ... Most of the work this season was concentrated in the northern half of Section ΒΖ where the Byzantine levels were further explored. Street walls along both sides of the north-south road were revealed and ... 7 Jun-30 Jul 1999
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[Agora Report] 1998 Excavations: Preliminary Report on the 1998 Excavation Season

John McK. Camp II ... Most work this year was concentrated to a new area at the extreme northwest, where a modern building had been demolished. Fill from modern to Byzantine times were excavated. The principal feature uncovered ... 8 Jun-31 Jul 1998
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[Agora Report] 1997 Excavations: Agora Excavations 1997 Season Preliminary Report

John McK. Camp II ... Excavations were carried out in two separate areas: under the Middle Stoa in the Agora square, and just north of the northwest entrance of the Agora. The excavations produced material covering a wide chronological ... 10 Jun-1 Aug 1997
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[Agora Report] 1996 Excavations: 1996 Excavation Summary

John McK. Camp II ... Excavations were carried out in two areas: in early levels underneath the west end of the Middle Stoa, and in and around the Classical commercial building north of the Stoa Poikile. The result of the 1996 ... 10 Jun-2 Aug 1996
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[Agora Report] 1995 Excavations: Agora Excavations 1995 Preliminary Report

John McK. Camp II ... Excavations continued in the areas of the Panathenaic Way, west of the Stoa Poikile, and in and around the Classical commercial building north of the Stoa Poikile. In the Panathenaic way the exploration ... 12 Jun-4 Aug 1995
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[Agora Report] 1992 Excavations: Report on Excavations in the Athenian Agora 1992

T. Leslie Shear, Jr ... This is a report on the archaeological excavations in the Athenian Agora during 1992. The investigations continued in two areas: on the south side of Hastings Street and along the north side of Hadrian ... 8 Jun-7 Aug 1992
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[Agora Report] 1991 Excavations: Report on Excavations in the Athenian Agora 1991

T. Leslie Shear, Jr ... This is a report on the archaeological field work conducted in the Athenian Agora during the period from December 1990 to December 1991. The actual excavation period was preceded by the demolition of a ... 10 Jun-9 Aug 1991

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[Agora Report] 1990 Excavations: Report on Excavations in the Athenian Agora 1990

T. Leslie Shear, Jr ... This is a report on the archaeological field work conducted in the Athenian Agora during the period from December 1989 to December 1990. The actual excavation period was preceded by preparatory operations ... 4 Jun-3 Aug 1990
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[Agora Report] 1972 ΒΔ: Excavation Summary Section ΒΔ: 1972

Stephen G. Miller ... With the exception of the removal of certain modern intrusions, the recovery of a few layers of a late Roman road, and the discovery of the westward continuation of the southern foundation of Roman Building ... 22 Mar-20 Jun 1972
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[Agora Report] 1971 Topographical Notes: Topographical Notes: Northeast Corner of the Agora

S. G. Miller ... Two monuments, a milestone and a large poros base, discovered during earlier excavations, are discussed in an attempt to understand their purpose, history and original location.
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[Agora Report] 1971 ΒΔ: Excavation Summary Section ΒΔ: 1971

Stephen G. Miller ... This season's work in Section ΒΔ was confined to the eastern half of the section. The area was somehow disturbed, partly by a trench dug by Koumanoudes in 1890. Remains of roads, drains and buildings were ... 22 Mar-21 Sep 1971
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[Agora Report] 1971 Ω: Excavation Summary Section Ω: 1971

John McK. Camp II ... Roman House H was fully exposed and the underlying Early Roman and Greek remains were explored ... 22 Mar-27 May 1971
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[Agora Report] 1970 ΒΔ: Excavation Summary. Section ΒΔ: 1970

Stephen G. Miller ... This is a report of the first year of excavation in Section ΒΔ, a problematic area due to its limitation by the railroad on the south and the Hadrian Street on the north, and to the disturbances made by ... 6 Mar-15 Aug 1970
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[Agora Report] 1970 Ω: Excavation Summary Section Ω: 1970

John McK. Camp II ... Excavations were centered around a large late Roman complex know as the Roman House H. In addition, a late Hellenistic cistern was dug under the northwest corner of the house ... 24 May-22 Aug 1970
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[Agora Report] 1969 ΟΟ: Excavation Summary Section ΟΟ: 1969

John McK. Camp II ... Further excavations were conducted in Section ΟΟ, supplementing those done earlier. The large Roman complex, now known as the Southwest Bath, were completely explored. Cuts to the north of the building ... 13 May-6 Jul 1969
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[Agora Report] 1969 Ω: Section Ω 1969

John McK. Camp II ... Excavations were carried out in the Late Roman complex known as Philosophical School C, and in House D, a private house of the 5th c. B.C. which underlies the north half of the school. A second house of ... 8 Jul-23 Aug 1969
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[Agora Report] 1968 Κ: Excavation Summary Section K: 1968

S. Grobel ... Excavations in Section Κ were conducted in the Marble Worker's Establishment, a series of rooms grouped around a courtyard. A cistern-well was discovered and excavated, as was a pit and a pyre burial ... 17 Jun-17 Aug 1968
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[Agora Report] 1968 ΟΟ: Excavation Summary Section ΟΟ 1968

M. Alison Frantz ... The excavation of the Roman Bath east of the Poros Building was resumed in order to clarify aspects on plan and chronology of the building. It was discovered that there had been a bath in the area from ... 17 Jun-31 Jul 1968
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[Agora Report] 1967 Ε: Section Ε: 1967

T. Leslie Shear, Jr ... The campaign of 1967 included both excavation and architectural study of various monuments in Section Ε along the east side of the Great Drain. Excavation took place in and about the Peribolos of the Eponymous ... 4 Jun-2 Aug 1967
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[Agora Report] 1966 Κ: Agora Excavation Summary 1966

Gerald Lalonde ... Excavation was carried out beneath the modern road south of the Theseion and the Southwest Fountain House. The purpose was to investigate the coarse of the roadway and its adjacent monuments at successive ... 4 Jul-2 Sep 1966
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[Agora Report] 1961 Κ: 1961: Season's Report for Section K

Homer A. Thompson ... A report on the completing of the exploration of the Heliaia, the Southwest Fountain House and the southwest entrance to the Agora, as well as some work of conservation and path-making in the area ... 24 Jul-19 Aug 1961
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[Agora Report] 1960 Κ: The Heiaia

Homer A. Thompson ... A summary account taking cognizance of the result of the exploration of the ancient building, the Heliaia, carried out in July and August, 1960 ... 15 Jul-5 Sep 1960
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[Agora Report] 1959 Ψ: Section Ψ Supplementary Exploration: July-August 1959

Eugene Vanderpool ... Excavations in Section Ψ did not go to the bottom throughout the area; considerable masses of early fill were left. Instead, late disturbances and test cuts down to bedrock revealed enough of both stratification ... 29 Jul-20 Aug 1959
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[Agora Report] 1958 Υ: Section Υ: 1958 Excavation Report

Dorothy Burr Thompson ... Two areas at the north foot of the Areopagus were uncovered. The first area did not yield much of interest due to modern disturbances. Excavations of a well, three pits and a water channel produced however ... 3 Mar-3 May 1958
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[Agora Report] 1958 Φ: Excavation Report 1958

Dorothy Burr Thompson ... This report covers the excavations in the southwestern side of Section Φ and in the area under Aischanes Street. The section had been excavated down to the Classical level in the previous season. Part ... 12 Mar-15 May 1958
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[Agora Report] 1957 Excavations Φ, Χ, Ψ: Sections Φ, Χ, Ψ, April-June 1957

A. L. Boegehold ... Three private dwellings, already known from the preliminary excavation of 1937, formed the major themes of the investigation this year: Southwest House, Polygonal House and Late Roman House and Water Channel ... 10 Mar-12 Aug 1957
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[Agora Report] 1956 ΠΠ: Section ΠΠ March-June, 1956

A. Boegehold ... The ruins unearthed in section ΠΠ represent six roughly defined periods: 4th century B.C. to Hellenistic, Augustan, pre-Herulian, post-Herulian, Byzantine and Turkish. The results of the excavation are ... 20 Feb-29 Jun 1956
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[Agora Report] 1954 Excavations ASCSA: Reports from ASCSA Excavations around Greece

John L. Caskey ... A general review of the ASCSA activities in the summer of 1954. The School's excavations at Lerna, the University of Chicago's excavation at Isthmia, and the University of Cincinnati's excavation at Pylos ... 25 Jun-2 Sep 1954
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[Agora Report] 1954 Excavations Ζ, Κ, Μ, ΜΣ, Τ: Agora Excavations July-August 1954

Homer A. Thompson ... A general report on the activities at the Agora during the summer 1954. Modest excavations were carried out in the southwest and southeast corners of the square. The restoration of the Stoa of Attalos ... 1 Jul-31 Aug 1954
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[Agora Report] 1954 Water Supply for Agora Park: Water Supply for the Agora Park

Eugene Vanderpool ... An account on the water supply situation for the Agora Park. Since the wells at the Agora would not provide enough water, the Water Company was approached and an estimation was presented on how to best ... 19 Aug 1959
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[Agora Report] 1954 Ζ: Section Ζ, 1954 Excavation Report

Dorothy Burr Thompson ... The area excavated in 1954 fn Section Ζ φell within the Middle Stoa to the east, the Great Drain to the north and west, and the terrace walls to the south. Various parts had been previously excavated under ... 16 Apr-6 Jul 1954
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[Agora Report] 1954 Κ: Section K Excavation Report: 1954

Eugene Vanderpool ... Report on the excavations of the Southwest Fountain House, the Aqueduct east of the Fountain House, and of the adjustments of levels at the southwest corner of the Middle Stoa ... 1 Apr-5 Jun 1954
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[Agora Report] 1953 Κ: Section Κ 1953

Eugene Vanderpool ... Excavations was carried out in the building fill in the area south of the Middle Stoa, and in the area between the South Stoa and the Fountain House. Work was also done to the porch of the Fountain House ... 23 Feb-30 Jul 1953
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[Agora Report] 1953 Συνοπτική Έκθεσις Πεπραγμένων: Συνοπτική Έκθεσις Πεπραγμένων

Sophokles Lekkas ... This report, written in Greek by the chief foreman of the Agora excavations, is a synopsis of supplementary work that took place in and around the excavation area. The works included, among others, demolition ... 22 Sep 1952-31 Jan 1953

[Agora Report] 1951 Excavations: Excavation in the Athenian Agora: 1951

Homer A. Thompson ... A report on the 1951 excavations presented at the Open Meeting of the ASCSA, March 20, 1952. Field work was concentrated in the market place proper, and large areas in the west, north central and southeastern ... 9 Apr-31 Aug 1951
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[Agora Report] 1952 Excavations Ε, Η, Ν: Sections Ε, Ν, Η 1952

Homer A. Thompson ... Mycenaean graves were excavated in section Ε. Section Ν was disturbed by late pits, bothroi and walls. Excavation was carried out through Roman levels. The area seemed to have been leveled out and raised ... 4 Mar-31 May 1952
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[Agora Report] 1951 Ε: Excavation and Cleaning along the East Side of the Great Drain, 1951

R. C. Wood ... There had been four major Byzantine dwelling units in the northern part of section Ε. Two of them had been removed during earlier campaigns. Excavations manage to establish the outline of the four houses, ... 9 Apr-7 Jul 1951
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[Agora Report] 1951 Ζ: Section Ζ 1951

Homer A. Thompson ... The remaining pieces of the so-called Byzantine wall were removed, as well as a late Roman wall. Excavations in front of the Civic Offices revealed a hard road surface from the 3rd century A.D. More than ... 21 May-13 Jun 1951
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[Agora Report] 1950 ΟΟ: Section ΟΟ: Excavation Summary February, 1950 The Poros Building

Margaret Crosby ... A report on the excavation of the Poros Building in Section ΟΟ. As a result of the investigation, the plan of the building, as suggested in 1948, was considerably modified. Revealed is a building with ... 21-26 Jun 1950

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[Agora Report] 1949 ΟΟ: Section ΟΟ 1949 Grave Area

Margaret Crosby ... A report on the excavation in the immediate vicinity of the Early Geometric burial found in 1948 in Section ΟΟ. Two Geometric graves were uncovered, and also walls and drainage systems belonging to the ... 28 Mar-9 Nov 1949
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[Agora Report] 1948 Excavations: Report on the Agora Excavations May, 1947-April, 1948

Homer A. Thompson ... A report on the activities in the Athenian Agora during the period May 1947 to April 1948. The 1947 excavation lasted from March 10 to November 1. The efforts were concentrated on completing the exploration ... 10 Mar-1 Nov 1947
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[Agora Report] 1948 Excavations 6th Week Summary: Agora Excavations 1948 Fifth and Sixth Weeks: April 5 - April 17

Homer A. Thompson ... Report on the 5th and 6th week of the 1948 season in Section Κ. Excavations were carried out from 5-17 April 1948 and focused on the area of the Fountain House and the area west of the Aeropagus. E. Vanderpool ... 5-17 Apr 1948
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[Agora Report] 1948 Excavations ΝΝ, ΞΞ: Sections ΝΝ-ΞΞ 1948 Early Houses

Rodney S. Young ... Excavations were confined to a strip on the west side of the Great Drain where four houses of the 5th and 4th centuries B.C. were excavated and examined in their relationship to the Great Drain. In the ... 13 Mar-29 Apr 1948
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[Agora Report] 1948 Κ: Section Κ 1948

Eugene Vanderpool ... The removal of a long narrow dike, formed by the modern Eponymon Street, was completed, and the ancient remains below were exposed for future exploration ... 8 Mar-24 Apr 1948
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[Agora Report] 1948 ΟΟ: Section ΟΟ 1948

Margaret Crosby ... Work in Section ΟΟ was concentrated on the east and west ends of the north side of the section: parts of the ancient east-west street were explored; ca 20 meters of the Great Drain was clearly exposed; ... 8 Mar-26 Apr 1948
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[Agora Report] 1948 ΠΠ: Section ΠΠ 1948

Mabel Lang ... The western and northern parts of Section ΠΠ were brought down to Roman level. Revealed were Roman houses (North House and South House), drains and roads (East-West Road with two drains underneath it, ... 16 Mar-29 Apr 1948
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[Agora Report] 1947 ΝΝ: Section ΝΝ: 1947

Rodney S. Young ... Excavation continued in section ΝΝ with the aim of clearing the area for the new museum. Because of the unforeseen depth of filling, the area remained unfinished. Several features were dug and examined ... 10 Mar-3 Nov 1947

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[Agora Report] 1947 ΟΟ: Section ΟΟ: Preliminary Summary 1947

Margaret Crosby, Eugene Vanderpool ... Excavations in Section ΟΟ were taken place in four parts: the modern and Turkish road levels were removed; a part of the Great Drain, and drains connected with it, were examined; high Roman levels of Building ... 17 Mar-14 Aug 1947
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[Agora Report] 1947 ΠΠ: Section ΠΠ 1947 Season Preliminary Report

Arthur W. Parsons Margaret Crosby ... The early part of the excavation season in Section ΠΠ was concerned almost exclusively with the removal of the Asteroskopiou Street, a road going back to the 1st or 2nd century A.D. The work of the remainder ... 28 Apr-11 Aug 1947
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[Agora Report] 1946 Excavations ΝΝ, ΞΞ: Sections ΝΝ - ΞΞ Excavation Summary 1946

Rodney S. Young ... The objective of this year's excavation was to clear the southern part of the section to bedrock. Features earlier investigated (the 6th century cemetery, the Hellenistic-Early Roman terrace and one large ... 31 May-14 Aug 1946
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[Agora Report] 1946 Χ: Section X Miscellaneous Notes Compiled in Summer of 1946

Margaret Crosby ... This report is a summary of the excavations taken place in 1937 as well as in 1946. Some pottery indicate habitation in the area from the Geometric period. Two shallow graves of the 6th and 5th centuries ... 27 May-21 Jun 1946
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[Agora Report] 1939 ΜΜ: Section ΜΜ Season of 1939

Homer A. Thompson ... Section Μ was to be refilled this year and supplementary explorations took place to resolve some remaining obscurities. The most significant discovery was a road running northwest-southeast, probably the ... 20 Feb-8 Apr 1939
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[Agora Report] 1939 ΝΝ: Section ΝΝ Season of 1939

Rodney S. Young ... Section ΝΝ lies at the mouth of the valley between Pnyx and Areopagus, which was the important thoroughfare from the Agora to the Pnyx and to the southern parts of the city, as well as to the Piraeus Gate, ... 26 Sep 1938-24 Jun 1939
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[Agora Report] 1939 Ψ: Section Ψ Season of 1939

Eugene Vanderpool ... During the 1939 campaign in Section Ψ, several wells were dug that had been discovered but left unfinished or undug in 1938: Great Hole and Early Well at 33/Z (N 18:8); Tiled Roman Well at 18/H (N 17:1); ... 11 Apr 1939
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[Agora Report] 1939 ΩΔ: The Odeion

Homer A. Thompson ... The exploration of the Odeon was resumed and the remainder of the late accumulation around the foundations of both the Odeion and the overlying late Roman building were removed, and the pre-Odeion ground ... 1 Jun 1938-23 Jun 1939
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[Agora Report] 1938 Excavations Β, ΟΕ: Area of the Tholos and Metroon Provisional Historical Sketch, June 1938

Eugene Vanderpool ... After some years of excavations in the area around the Tholos and the Metroon, this report outlines the development and the history of this part of the Agora. Only the notebook pages from the 1938 excavation ... 1 Mar-6 Jul 1938
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[Agora Report] 1938 Ψ: Section Ψ Season of 1938

Eugene Vanderpool ... Finds from Section Ψ span from Turkish down to the Neolithic and Geometric times. Several wells and cisterns from various periods were found and explored. The most extensive remains in the section belong ... 24 Jan-18 Jun 1938
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[Agora Report] 1938 Ω: Section Ω 1938

M. Crosby ... Section Ω lies in the east end of the north slope of the Areopagus, well to the southeast of the market square proper. Excavation showed, as expected, that the area was a residential district throughout ... 16 Jan-17 Jun 1938
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[Agora Report] 1937 Excavations Η, Ρ: Sections Rho and Eta 1937

James H. Oliver ... Byzantine settlements in Sections Η and Ρ were removed and the foundations of the Temple of Ares exposed. The most noticeable feature was the road serving as the main thoroughfare in the neighborhood from ... 24 Feb 1937
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[Agora Report] 1937 Tholos: Investigations in the Area of the Tholos 1937

Homer A. Thompson ... An overview of the work carried out in the area of the Tholos in 1937. The 6th century B.C. accumulation was stripped away revealing a complex of foundation walls, of limestone polygonal construction, ... 5 Apr 1937-21 Jul 1947
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[Agora Report] 1937 ΛΛ: Section ΛΛ 1937 Excavation Summary

Dorothy Burr Thompson ... Excavations in Section ΛΛ revealed that the original contour of Kolonos Agoraios had been much sharper than in modern times. No traces of early graves were found in the area; first sign of habitation is ... 1 Feb-23 Jun 1937
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[Agora Report] 1937 Ν: Section Ν 1937

R.H. Howland ... Report on the excavation in the northern end of Section Ν, which started at Byzantine level and went down to the first classical level. A strip of the Byzantine and Vandal road was the largest area exposed ... 25 Jan-30 Mar 1937
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[Agora Report] 1937 Υ: Section Υ 1937 Excavation Summary

Rodney S. Young ... Section Υ had suffered from modern leveling operations and in some parts there were no visible antiquities. In the southeast corner were traces of Proto-Geometric grave cuttings. Excavation revealed the ... 1 Oct 1936-24 Apr 1937
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[Agora Report] 1937 Φ: Section Φ Season of 1937

Eugene Vanderpool ... In antiquity the area included in Section Φ lay outside the Agora proper and were apparently occupied only by houses and small buildings. The earliest period of which any considerable remains were found ... 25 Jan-17 Jun 1937
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[Agora Report] 1937 Χ: Section Χ 1937

Margaret Crosby ... The area signified as Section Χ lays outside the Agora proper and no signs of any public buildings were found. The area seems to have been used for private houses from the end of the 6th c. B.C. Apart ... 25 Jan-18 May 1937
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[Agora Report] 1936 ΚΚ: ΚΚ Excavation Report 1936

Dorothy Burr Thompson ... Section ΚΚ, the area inside the modern fence around the so-called Theseion, was cleared to bedrock in order to determine the entire history of that portion of Kolonos Agoraios. Excavation revealed that ... 10 Feb-13 Mar 1936
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[Agora Report] 1936 ΜΜ: Section ΜΜ Summaries for 1936

Homer A. Thompson ... Three main ancient features were excavated within Section ΜΜ: the North Stoa, the South Building and the ancient East-West Street passing between the two buildings. After the destruction of the buildings, ... 10 Feb-25 May 1936
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[Agora Report] 1935 ΟΕ: Gleanings from the West Side of the Agora Spring of 1935, Section ΟΕ

Homer A. Thompson ... An account, based on archaeological evidence so far discovered, on some of the buildings in the west side of the Agora: Stoa of Zeus Eleutherios and vicinity, Sanctuary of Apollo Patroos, Sanctuary of ... 27 Jan 1934-30 May 1935
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[Agora Report] 1935 ΩΔ: The Odeum

Homer A. Thompson ... A rectangular building with poros foundations was excavated in the central part of the eastern area of the excavation. The southwest corner, lying in Section Μ, was excavated in 1934 and the rest of the ... 2 Apr-27 Jun 1935
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[Agora Report] 1934 Β: 1. The Tholos. A Brief Sketch of the History of the Building as Revealed by the Excavations of 1934 2. The Bouleuterion

Eugene Vanderpool ... A report mainly about the results of the excavations of the Tholos and the Bouleuterion, but a notebook index attached refer to all features excavated during 1934. A list of coins associated with the construction ... 15 Jan-19 May 1934

Open Access Journal: CEDRUS: Akdeniz Uygarlıkları Araştırma Dergisi

[First posted in AWOL 29 November 2015, updated 11 December 2019]

CEDRUS: Akdeniz Uygarlıkları Araştırma Dergisi
ISSN: 2147-8058
e-ISSN: 2148-1431
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Akdeniz Uygarlıkları Araştırması Enstitüsü tarafından hazırlanan Cedrus, Tür­kiye tarihsel coğrafyası perspektifinde Akdeniz Hav­zası’nın kültür-tarih birikimini inceleyen Eskiçağ, Ortaçağ ve Yeni-Yakınçağ tarihi uzmanları için tartışma zemini bulacakları disiplin­lerarası bir süreli yayın olmayı hedeflemektedir. CEDRUS, farklı disiplinlerden gelen bilim insanları arasında diyaloğun geliştirilmesi, var olan bilginin güncellenmesi ve yaygınlaştırıl­ması süreçlerine katkı sağlayacak özgün ve bilim­sel çalışmaları akademi dünyasının ilgisine sun­mayı amaçlar. CEDRUS uluslararası hakemli bir dergi olup yılda bir kez yayımlanır.

The aim of the CEDRUS: The Journal of Mediterranean Civilisations Studies, an interdisciplinary publication, is to offer a forum for discussion to researchers focusing upon the Ancient, Medieval, Early Modern and Modern Periods and for the analysis of the cultural-historical background of the Mediterranean Basin within the extensive perspective of Turkey’s historical geography. CEDRUS aims to bring together original academic studies that can contribute to the process of developing shared perspectives and approaches between scholars from different disciplines and of revising and synthesizing the currently available knowledge for the attention of the academic world. Cedrus is a peer-reviewed journal published each year.

Hakkı Levent KESKİN
Cedrus VII (2019) 1-39. DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.201901
Geliş Tarihi: 04.04.2019 | Kabul Tarihi: 29.05.2019

Öz & Abstract

N. Damla YILMAZ USTA & Hilal YAKUT İPEKOĞLU
Cedrus VII (2019) 41-58. DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.201902
Geliş Tarihi: 04. 05.2019 | Kabul Tarihi: 01.06.2019

Öz & Abstract

Gökhan KAĞNICI
Cedrus VII (2019) 59-76. DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.201903
Geliş Tarihi: 18.04.2019 | Kabul Tarihi: 24.05.2019

Öz & Abstract

Ahmet BİLİR
Cedrus VII (2019) 77-105. DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.201904
Geliş Tarihi: 11.02.2019 | Kabul Tarihi: 02.05.2019

Öz & Abstract

Görkem KÖKDEMİR
Cedrus VII (2019) 107-121. DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.201998
Geliş Tarihi: 02.01.2019 | Kabul Tarihi: 13.03.2019

Öz & Abstract

Mustafa BULBA
Cedrus VII (2019) 123-167. DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.201906
Geliş Tarihi: 25.12.2018 | Kabul Tarihi: 01.02.2019

Öz & Abstract

Nisan LORDOĞLU
Cedrus VII (2019) 169-194. DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.201907
Geliş Tarihi: 03.01.2019 | Kabul Tarihi: 14.03.2019

Öz & Abstract

Ayşen SİNA
Cedrus VII (2019) 195-214. DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.201908
Geliş Tarihi: 17.05.2019 | Kabul Tarihi: 10.06.2019

Öz & Abstract

Aytekin BÜYÜKÖZER
Cedrus VII (2019) 215-237. DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.201909
Geliş Tarihi: 01.01.2019 | Kabul Tarihi: 07.03.2019

Öz & Abstract

Ferhan BÜYÜKYÖRÜK & Ahmet ÇELİK
Cedrus VII (2019) 239-265. DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.201910
Geliş Tarihi: 16.01.2019 | Kabul Tarihi: 04.04.2019

Abstract & Öz

Banu ÖZDİLEK
Cedrus VII (2019) 267-298. DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.201911
Geliş Tarihi: 03.04.2019 | Kabul Tarihi: 15.05.2019

Öz & Abstract

Elçin DOĞAN GÜRBÜZER
Cedrus VII (2019) 299-331. DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.201912
Geliş Tarihi: 18.03.2019 | Kabul Tarihi: 02.05.2019

Öz & Abstract

Nizam ABAY & Cüneyt ÖZ
Cedrus VII (2019) 333-344. DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.201913
Geliş Tarihi: 11.02.2019 | Kabul Tarihi: 06.04.2019

Öz & Abstract

Banu YENER MARKSTEINER
Cedrus VII (2019) 345-364. DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.201914
Geliş Tarihi: 05.04.2019 | Kabul Tarihi: 15.05.2019

Öz & Abstract

Hatice KÖRSULU & H. Ertuğ ERGÜRER
Cedrus VII (2019) 365-387. DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.201915
Geliş Tarihi: 19.01.2019 | Kabul Tarihi: 01.04.2019

Öz & Abstract

Sevgi SARIKAYA
Cedrus VII (2019) 389-414. DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.201916
Geliş Tarihi: 07.03.2019 | Kabul Tarihi: 02.05.2019

Öz & Abstract

Mesut KINACI & Kansu EKİCİ
Cedrus VII (2019) 415-439. DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.201917
Geliş Tarihi: 12.02.2019 | Kabul Tarihi: 06.04.2019

Öz & Abstract

L. Ufuk ERDOĞAN
Cedrus (2019) 441-448. DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.201918
Geliş Tarihi: 03.03.2019 | Kabul Tarihi: 25.04.2019

Öz & Abstract

Handegül CANLI
Cedrus VII (2019) 449-461. DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.201919
Geliş Tarihi: 16.01.2019 | Kabul Tarihi: 25.05.2019

Öz & Abstract

Ayşe YAKUT
Cedrus VII (2019) 463-485. DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.201920
Geliş Tarihi: 10.02.2019 | Kabul Tarihi: 20.04.2019

Abstract & Öz

Ünal DEMİRER & İsmail BAYTAK
Cedrus VII (2019) 487-496. DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.201921
Geliş Tarihi: 29.04.2019 | Kabul Tarihi: 05.06.2019

Abstract & Öz

Murat TAŞKIRAN & Selçuk ÇAPRAK
Cedrus VII (2019) 497-510. DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.201922
Geliş Tarihi: 02.02.2019 | Kabul Tarihi: 08.04.2019

Öz & Abstract

Güray ÜNVER
Cedrus VII (2019) 511-543. DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.201923
Geliş Tarihi: 05.05.2019 | Kabul Tarihi: 02.06.2019

Öz & Abstract

Hüseyin UZUNOĞLU
Cedrus VII (2019) 545-555. DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.201924
Geliş Tarihi: 13.02.2019 | Kabul Tarihi: 25.03.2019

Öz & Abstract

Şenkal KİLECİ
Cedrus VII (2019) 557-573. DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.201925
Geliş Tarihi: 05.03.2019 | Kabul Tarihi: 19.04.2019

Öz & Abstract

Fevziye EKER
Cedrus VII (2019) 575-587. DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.201926
Geliş Tarihi: 20.04.2019 | Kabul Tarihi: 19.05.2019

Öz & Abstract

Alper GÖLBAŞ
Cedrus VII (2019) 589-605. DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.201927
Geliş Tarihi: 12.02.2019 | Kabul Tarihi: 16.03.2019

Öz & Abstract

Banu ÖZÜŞEN & Ertan BECEREN
Cedrus VII (2019) 607-625. DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.201928
Geliş Tarihi: 10.04.2019 | Kabul Tarihi: 17.05.2019

Öz & Abstract

Zafer DUYGU
Cedrus VII (2019) 627-662. DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.201929
Geliş Tarihi: 27.12.2018 | Kabul Tarihi: 01.02.2019

Öz & Abstract

Orçun ERDOĞAN & Burcu CEYLAN
Cedrus VII (2019) 663-679. DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.201930
Geliş Tarihi: 13.03.2019 | Kabul Tarihi: 04.05.2019

Öz & Abstract

Haluk KORTEL
Cedrus VII (2019) 681-694. DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.201931
Geliş Tarihi: 06.04.2019 | Kabul Tarihi: 20.05.2019

Öz & Abstract

Serkan KILIÇ
Cedrus VII (2019) 695-703. DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.201999
Geliş Tarihi: 01.03.2019 | Kabul Tarihi: 04.04.2019

Öz & Abstract

Sibel YARAR
Cedrus VII (2019) 705-721. DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.201933
Geliş Tarihi: 19.04.2019 | Kabul Tarihi: 01.06.2019

Öz & Abstract

Cengiz MUTLU
Cedrus VII (2019) 723-740. DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.201934
Geliş Tarihi: 02.05.2019 | Kabul Tarihi: 07.06.2019

Öz & Abstract

Alpaslan ÖZTÜRKÇİ
Cedrus VII (2019) 741-755. DOI: 10.13113/CEDRUS.201997
Geliş Tarihi: 05.03.2019 | Kabul Tarihi: 02.05.2019

Öz & Abstract



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Pleiades

Lyktos

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 60 D2 Lyktos

Nahal Qanah cave

Cave in western Samaria containing archaeological traces from the Pottery Neolithic period (Yarmukian culture), the Chalcolithic Period, and the Early Bronze Age.

Meʻarat Naḥal Ḳanah

Modern Hebrew name of the site.

Approximate imagery location of Nahal Qanah cave

Point representing the approximate imagery location of the entrance to the Nahal Qanah cave, after Gopher 1996.

OSM location of The Monastery of the Holy Cross at Soradir or Dzoradir

Point representing the location of the Monastery of the Holy Cross at Soradir or Dzoradir, derived from an OpenStreetMap Node.

Surb Ejmiatsin yekeghets’i (Dzoradir)

Modern Armenian name of the church.

Church of St. Etchmiadzin at Soradir

Sixth-century Armenian church in the town of Soradir (modern Yanal, Turkey).

Atrax

An ancient Greek polis in Pelasgiotis in Thessaly. The site is located in modern Greece, immediately south of the Peneios river and 2.5 km west of a small village named Κάστρο (Kastro), which is within the municipality of Larissa.

ToposText Location

Representative point location for the walled acropolis of Atrax as determined by ToposText and verified in Google Earth. Dates after BAtlas.

Ancient World Online (AWOL)

Romans One by One

Romans One by One
Proiect
Welcome to Romans1by1!
Romans 1by1 is a population database recording people identified in Greek and Roman epigraphy. The areas integrally covered at this point are the provinces of Moesia Inferior, Moesia Superior, Dacia and Pannonia Superior.
Notes & Feedback
Romans 1by1 is a dynamic tool and can be considered a constant work in progress If you encounter any errors or broken functionality, please get in touch with the editors (Contact Us). User feedback is vital for the successful development of the platform.
Terms of use:
The information available through Romans 1by1 is published under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence.
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Citation model: copy URL link for the personal file (as http://romans1by1.com/rpeople/526, where 526 is the person’s unique ID)

Pleiades

Qasr Al-Kharanah

Early Islamic structure in Eastern Jordan, likely constructed prior to the 8th century CE. Though its outward appearance suggests a castle, it does not seem to have had any military function, and the original purpose of the structure is not known.

Qaṣr al-Kharāna

Modern Arabic name of the site.

OSM location of قصر الخرانة

Polygon representing the outer walls of the Qasr al-Kharanah site, derived from an OpenStreetMap Relation.

Ad Fluvium Bradanum

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 45 C3 Ad Fluvium Bradanum

Karpathos (island)

Karpathos, part of the Dodecanese, lies between Crete and Rhodes in the southern Aegean Sea.

Potidaion

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 60 E4 Potidaion

OSM location of Κάρπαθος

Location based on OpenStreetMap. The official name of Pigadia is Karpathos.

December 10, 2019

Pleiades

Onthyrion

An ancient settlement, attested by literary or documentary sources, whose precise location cannot be determined today

Kelaithra/Kelaitha

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 55 unlocated Kelaith(r)a

Methylion

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 55 unlocated Methylion

Ancient World Online (AWOL)

Digital Bank on Aegean Subjects DBAS

Digital Bank on Aegean Subjects DBAS - @egeanLab
logo dbas
DBAS - @egeanLab starts in 2005 as the portal of the Laboratory of Aegean Civilisations of the University of Florence. With the name of "Data Bases about Aegean Subjects", it was initially created as an online resource containing tools for scientific consultation, such as highly specialised Data Bases. Along the years it developed in something more complex and includes now a wider range of contents, especially digitization of museum collections and excavation materials, with scientific and educational aims. Consequently, we decided to maintain the same acronym while changing the whole name in "Digital Bank on Aegean Subjects". Since 2015 the Project belongs to the "Laboratori e centri di ricerca" of the Department SAGAS and the structure of the team has been updated.

Le Collezioni egee del Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Firenze. Il catalogo digitale

Le Collezioni egee del Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Firenze. Il catalogo digitale
http://www.fupress.net/collezioniegee/pag2.jpg

a cura di Anna Margherita Jasink, Luca Bombardieri, Giulia Dionisio, Cristian Faralli

Il catalogo digitale è una banca dati dedicata alle collezioni egee del Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Firenze, allegato on line del volume omonimo edito da Firenze University Press. Il catalogo è consultabile anche dal portale di ricerca on-line DBAS (DataBases about Aegean Subjects). 
Nell'architettura del catalogo digitale, la scheda è l'elemento base che raccoglie il complesso delle informazioni relative ad ogni oggetto catalogato. È stata costruita sulla scorta della scheda catalografica del volume con l'aggiunta di voci di maggiore dettaglio relative ad aspetti della tecnologia di produzione (ad esempio per i reperti ceramici: la definizione degli impasti con la descrizione qualitativa e quantitativa delle tempere e degli inclusi) e ad elementi morfo-tipologici. Ogni scheda presenta inoltre un repertorio che comprende immagini a colori (ed una ampia scelta di foto di dettaglio) e una serie di tavole con disegni acquerellati a colori. 
È stato costruito un sistema di queries visualizzato attraverso una maschera di ricerca facilmente consultabile che permette ricerche, singole o incrociate, su quattro campi principali:
1) Provenienza,
2) Datazione,
3) Classe,
4) Tipologia.

Per ognuno dei campi è stata impostata una serie di opzioni di ricerca standard che consentano di facilitare l'interrogazione della banca dati e la consultazione dei risultati ottenuti. La query su un singolo campo, o incrociata su più campi, produce una lista di records e dunque un elenco di oggetti che rispondono ai criteri di ricerca impostati.

Specifiche tecniche

La banca dati si trova su un server Linux. La piattaforma per lo sviluppo delle applicazioni web prevede un'architettura basata sull'utilizzo di Apache 2.2.11 (Unix) per l'interfaccia alla rete, di MySQL 5.0.81-community per la banca dati relazionale e dei linguaggi HTML e PHP per la visualizzazione e l'esecuzione delle pagine dinamiche.

Firenze University Press
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Anna Margherita Jasink, Luca Bombardieri (a cura di), Le collezioni egee del Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Firenze, Firenze University Press, 2010

Iconography and archaeology of pre-Roman Italy

Iconography and archaeology of pre-Roman Italy

Icar assembles objects from pre-Roman Italy (Etruscan, Italic and Italiote from the 8th century BC to the Hellenistic period) with figured scenes.

It brings together an abundant iconographic (descriptions, photographs, drawings and modern engravings) and bibliographic documentation, focusing on the archaeological and artistic context, the history of the collections and the interpretation of the figured scenes. A presentation of the objectives and goals of Icar database can be found here.
Three complete corpora are presented :
  • pre-Roman painting : Etruscan, Campanian and Apulian frescoes
  • archaic reliefs from Chiusi
  • hydriae from Cerveteri
as well as complete collections of modern and contemporary graphic documentation :
  • watercolors, tracing copies and facsimiles of Augusto Guido Gatti (first quarter of the 20th century) for the Galleria della pittura etrusca in facsimile of the Archaeological Museum of Florence
Two search modes are offered :
  • Icar, for pre-Roman figured scenes
  • IcarDoc, for reproductions illustrating pre-Roman figured scenes
The programm is conceived and directed by Natacha Lubtchansky, Professor at the François-Rabelais University of Tours - CeTHiS, the computerization carried out by Sylvain Mottet and the Digital Workshop of the Maison des sciences de l’Homme Val de Loire, and the scientific recording of the data is placed under the responsibility of Annick Fenet, AOROC-ENS-Paris.

Open Access Journal: Hypothekai: Journal of the History of Ancient Pedagogical culture

Hypothekai: Journal of the History of Ancient Pedagogical culture
ISSN: 2587- 7127
Homepage
A journal on the history of ancient pedagogical culture is a peer-reviewed international academic journal established in September 2017. The “Hypothekai” journal publishes research materials on the study, preservation and popularization of ancient pedagogical culture in its historical dynamics. Throughout its pages, within the framework of the themes identified, a wide range of topical issues of the formation of ancient education and the development of ancient educational practices in different historical periods are considered. The journal is published yearly. The languages are Russian and English. The journal’s founder is its editor.

“Hypothekai” is an open access journal. All articles are made freely available to readers immediately upon publication. Our open access policy is in accordance with Chapter 70 “Copyright Law” of the Russian Civil Code and the Budapest Open Access Initiative (BOAI) definition - it means that articles have free availability on the public internet, permitting any users to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of these articles, crawl them for indexing, pass them as data to software, or use them for any other lawful purpose, without financial, legal, or technical barriers other than those inseparable from gaining access to the internet itself. Full-text versions of articles are available for reading and non-commercial distribution under the international license "Attribution - Non-commercial use 4.0" (Creative Commons Attibution 4.0).

The information about all the articles published is archived in Russian Electronic Scientific Library and “CyberLeninka” Electronic Scientific Library. The direct URL to the journal issues and article metadata (title, author, keywords, abstracts, etc.). The articles’ full texts are stored on the journal’s server and can be accessed through this page.

The title of this collection is Hypothêkai – a polysemantic word (“instructions”, “advice”, “precepts”), which should not mislead the reader: they will not be taught by the ancient texts or tired by some clever advice. This title was suggested by Brett M. Rogers, a specialist in ancient pedagogy and lecturer at the University of Puget Sound, whose knowledge of ancient texts is leagues ahead of mine. I would like to express my deep gratitude to him for this idea as well as for our scientific discussions, during one of which he pointed to the fragments of the precepts of the centaur Kheiron “Hypothêkai of Kheiron” (“Precepts of Kheiron”) often ascribed to Hesiod. According to the legend, that lost poem of collected wisdom was passed to humans by the centaur Kheiron, the famous mentor of Achilles. The collection title just alludes to that lost work, inviting to a deep study of ancient texts. I wish to express a heartfelt gratitude to my colleague, Professor Vitaliy G. Bezrogov for his support and his inspirational insistence on the highest academic standards.\
2017 Issue 1. Mark Tullius Cicero’s concept of education through culture 💾
2018 Issue 2. Teaching through the theater and in the theater: ancient pedagogy of the stage 💾
2019 Issue 3. Education in Late Antiquity 💾
The theme of the third issue is "Education in Late Antiquity". The period of Late Antiquity was a time of rapid transformation of all spheres of social life, the emergence of new and the development of old cultural and religious traditions. In the era of the decline of the Roman Empire the traditions of ancient education experienced their last floutish, marked by activities of such outstanding mentors as Libanius and Choricius, Marius Victorinus and Themistius, Ausonius Hymerius, the functioning of such important educational centers as the schools Athens, Alexandria, Gaza, Burdigala, Beritus. We dedicate the third issue of "Hypothekai" to the studies of a wide range of factors that provided this socio-cultural phenomenon and the interaction of old and new elements of the education life of the Mediterranean world III - VII centuries. The third issue is available in libraries receiving a compulsory copy through the Russian book chamber, as well as in the library of Martin Luter University of Halle-Wittenberg (Collegienstraße, 62a, Lutherstadt Wittenberg), library of University of Lisbonthe library of University of Coimbra (General Library of the University of Coimbra, Largo da Porta Férrea, 3000-447 Coimbra), the library of University of Porto (Reitoria da U.Porto, Praça Gomes Teixeira, 4099-002 Porto, Portugal), the library of University of Warsaw (Dobra 56/66, 00-312 Warszawa), the library of Siedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities (ul. Konarskiego 2, 08-110 Siedlce), the library of the Pedagogical Institute of  Jagiellonian University in Krakow (Romana Ingardena 3, Kraków), the library of the Yaroslav-the-Wise Novgorod State University, The library of Moscow Pedagogical State University, the library of the Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia, the Volgograd Regional Universal Scientific Library named after Maxim Gorky.
Section 1. Educational practices of Late Antiquity
Michael A. Vedeshkin. The missing link of the «Golden Chain»: Aedesius and the neoplatonic school of Pergamon [In Russian with English abstract] DOI:10.32880/2587-7127-2018-3-3-13-59
Maya S. Petrova. Donatus’ Ars grammatica and educational practices of Late Antiquity: Sergius — Cledonius — Pompeius [In Russian with English abstract] DOI:10.32880/2587-7127-2018-3-3-60-86
Viktoria K. Pichugina. Homo Ineptus or Homo Sapiens: Joannes Stobaeus and his “universal knowledge” in the educational space of Late Antiquity [In Russian with English abstract] DOI:10.32880/2587-7127-2018-3-3-87-103
Nikolay N. Bolgov, Anna M. Bolgova. Priscian grammarian and his heritage [In Russian with English abstract] DOI:10.32880/2587-7127-2018-3-3-104-120
Attachment. Priscian. Fragments [trans. from Latin into Russian and notes by Nikolay N. Bolgov and Anna M. Bolgova] DOI:10.32880/2587-7127-2018-3-3-121-145
Section 2. Time and space of education in Late Antiquity 

Pleiades

Kato Leukos

A Byzantine settlement on Karpathos.

Teleutskiy Vzvoz-I

Mound site on the Ob River in Altai Kray, Russia with burials from the Early Bronze Age Elunin culture.

Approximate location of Teleutskiy Vzvoz-I site

Point representing the approximate Google Maps location of the Telutskiy Vzvoz-I site, after Grushin et al. 2016.

Ancient World Online (AWOL)

Live stream of the conference “The Lydians and Their Neighbors”

Live stream of the conference “The Lydians and Their Neighbors”

Ethnolinguistic Identities and Cultural Contact in Anatolia around
700-330 BC

Friday, December 13, 2019
10:00am-5:00pm
Live-stream the event: http://media.video.harvard.edu/core/live/harvard-chs-live.html (best viewed with Safari or Internet Explorer)

Overview

Organized by Rostislav Oreshko and hosted by the Center for Hellenic Studies, the workshop on “The Lydians and Their Neighbors” aims to take another look at what constitutes the most inherent and defining features of the Lydian people and the Lydian culture – from material culture to religious beliefs and to language and social organization.

Pleiades

Peneios (river)

According to the Barrington Atlas, unlocated Phakion was somewhere on the left bank of the Peneios river, possibly at Klokoto

Phakion

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 55 unlocated Phakion

Omana?

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 95 inset Omana?