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Excavating Classical Culture

Recent archaeological discoveries in Greece

£55.00
Editors:
Maria Stamatopoulou and Marina Yeroulanou
Publication Year:
2002
Language:
English
Paperback:
364pp, Includes numerous line drawings, 86 pages of colour plates, index.
ISBN 10:
1841714119
ISBN:
9781841714110
BAR number:
S1031
Sub-series name:
Beazley Archive - Studies in Classical Archaeology, 1
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Description

BOOK DESCRIPTION
Excavating Classical Culture - Recent Archaeological Discoveries in Greece, the first volume in Studies in Classical Archaeology, publishes more than twenty papers on recent work in Greece from a remarkable, in some respects unique, meeting of archaeologists, which took place in Somerville College, University of Oxford, in March 2001. Recent archaeological activity in Greece has yielded a wealth of material enhancing our knowledge of classical Greece. The colloquium was the first collective presentation of these finds in the United Kingdom offering a rare opportunity for scholars to acquaint themselves with the recent discoveries. The papers draw on first-hand material provided by prominent scholars who are currently working on archaeological sites in Greece.