Category Archives: Archaeology in Greece

An Aerial Video of the Corinthia

The Archaeological Museum of Ancient Corinth has produced a wonderful video of the Corinthia’s antiquities from the air. Take a look: Advertisements

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Archaeology, Sexism and Scandal

Natalia has posted a nice review of Alan Kaiser’s new book, Archaeology, Sexism, and Scandal: The Long-Suppressed Story of One Woman’s Discoveries and the Man who Stole Credit for Them. The title is apt. Kaiser came to the School when I … Continue reading

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The Politics of the Amphipolis Tomb

Archaeology, politics, and crisis – from Yannis Hamilakis. “With the country about to go to the polls, Alexandromania and national treasure-hunting are proving too seductive to be abandoned.”

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