Founded in 1881, the American School of Classical Studies at Athens provides graduate students and scholars from a consortium of about 190 North American colleges and universities a base for research and study in Greece. These institutions, with programs in classical archaeology, classics, linguistic studies, Byzantine, Ottoman, and modern Greek studies, archaeological sciences, political science, history, and other social sciences, regard the outstanding academic programs, excavations, libraries and other facilities of the American School as extensions of their own institutions’ graduate programs.
The Hellenic Centre for Research and Conservation of Archaeological Textiles (ARTEX) is a non profit society with research, cultural and educational objectives, founded in 2002 by the initiative of the late Youlie Spantidaki, biologist and researcher of ancient textiles, Iris Tzachili, Professor of Archaeology at the University of Crete and Eliza Polychroniadou, museologist and conservator of organic materials.
The Archaeological Society Foundation is a private non-profit 501(c)(3) organization established in October 2015 by a group of eminent international scholars. Our mission is to promote systematic archaeological research and protect the cultural heritage of Greece by supporting the work of the Archaeological Society at Athens, the oldest and most venerable archaeological institution of Greece.
An indispensible tool for researchers in all disciplines who wish to learn about the latest archaeological discoveries in Greece and Cyprus, Archaeology in Greece Online/Chronique des fouilles en ligne is a richly illustrated topographical database with a mapping feature to locate field projects within sites and regions.
The Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) is North America's oldest and largest organization devoted to the world of archaeology. The Institute is a nonprofit group founded in 1879 and chartered by the United States Congress in 1906. Today, the AIA has nearly 250,000 Members belonging to more than 100 Local Societies in the United States, Canada, and overseas. The organization is unique because it counts among its Members professional archaeologists, students, and many others from all walks of life. This diverse group is united by a shared passion for archaeology and its role in furthering human knowledge.