Kalapodi, a small village in the former province of Locris in southern Phthiotis, is mostly known in the archaeological community for the systematic excavation of the Oracle of Avon by the German Archaeological Institute, instead of its prehistoric past.
AEGEAN LECTURES | 2013
The old (1950, 1955-1956, 1962) and more recent (1999-2001) excavations undertaken by the Archaeological Society at the acropolis of Brauron have brought to light valuable archaeological information for our understanding of the habitation history of this coastal site in eastern Attica...
Remains from a small Late Helladic IIIC settlement excavated inside the later sanctuary of Poseidon on Kalaureia (Poros) are presented. It was located in and around the later temple area and only limited architectural remains are preserved just above bedrock to the west of the Archaic peribolos wall.
Tracing households, people and meanings: ten years of research activity at the Neolithic settlement of Avgi, Kastoria, NW Greece (lecture in Greek)
In the mid-sixth millennium BC, a new rural settlement was established within the Neolithic landscape of the Kastoria region, at a short distance from the modern village of Avgi, and about 10 km SW of Lake Orestida.
The film will be introduced by the director Philippos Koutsaftis, while Dr. Monica Nilsson (Swedish Institute at Athens) will talk about the excavations at Dendra and the discovery of the famous cuirass.
The unexpected discovery of a marble Cycladic figurine at the site of Gkisouri at Nea Styra in the summer of 2008 led to the subsequent excavation of the area that revealed a cluster of three EH II graves.
In 2007, the remains of a small boat were discovered in the prehistoric settlement of Mitrou, located on the North Euboean Gulf in East Lokris, central Greece. This site was excavated in 2004–2008 by the 14th Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities and the University of Tennessee...
Recent archaeological evidence from the excavations of the MH settlement of Aspis at Argos (French School at Athens) seems to confirm the argument that more complex structures at the end of the period did not emerge suddenly but that they can be discerned in prior phases.