Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
GR Griechenland, Grecia, Grèce, Grecia, Greece
Archäologie, Arqueología, Archéologie, Archeologia, Archaeology

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Athenian Agora Excavations

(E?)(L?) http://www.attalos.com/
The American School of Classical Studies has been excavating in the area of the "Athenian Agora" since 1931, bringing to light the history of the area over a period of 5000 years. Finds range from scattered pieces of pottery of the late Neolithic period (ca. 3000 BC) to the contents of 19th and early 20th century basements. The Agora of the 5th and 4th centuries BC has been the main focus of attention. Scholars have identified the often scanty material remains on the basis of ancient references to the Agora as the center of civic activity of ancient Athens. Public documents inscribed on stone, weight and measure standards, and jurors' identification tickets and ballots reflect the administrative nature of the site, while traces of private dwellings in the area immediately bordering the open square, with their household pottery and other small finds, throw light on the everyday lives of Athenian citizens.

Excavations:
Acropolis | Administrative Buildings | Altar of Zeus Agoraios | Altar of Zeus Eleutherios | Approach to the Agora from the Dipylon Gate | Athenian Mint | Bath at the Northwest Foot of the Areopagus | Bema and Donor's Monument | Boundary Stones | Church of the Holy Apostles | Civic Offices | Column Capital from the Odeion | Crossroads Enclosure | Early Cemetery | East Building | Eleusinion | | Great Drain | Heliaia | House of Simon the Cobbler | Late Roman Building | Late Roman Round Building | Late Roman Water and Oil Mills | Library of Pantainos | Middle Stoa | Monopteros | Monument Bases East of the Odeion | Monument Bases near the Metroon | Monument of Quintus Trebellius Rufus | Museum | North Slope of the Areopagus | Nymphaion | Palace and Odeion of Agrippa | Peribolos of the Eponymous Heroes | Post Herulian Wall | Residential Industrial Area | Royal Stoa | Sacred Repository beside the Panathenaic Way | Sanctuary of the Twelve Gods | South Stoa I | South Stoa II | Southeast Fountain House | Southeast Temple | Southwest Fountain House | Southwest Temple | State Prison | Statue of Hadrian | Stoa of Attalos | Stoa of Zeus Eleutherios | Street to Roman Market Place | Temple and Altar of Ares | Temple of Apollo Patroos | Temple of Hephaistos | Temple of Zeus Phratrios and Athena Phratria | The Panathenaic Way | Tholos | Water Clock

(E?)(L?) http://www.attalos.com/cgi-bin/qtvr?site=agora;node=1

Acropolis | Administrative Buildings | Altar of Zeus Agoraios | Altar of Zeus Eleutherios | Approach to the Agora from the Dipylon Gate | Athenian Mint | Bath at the Northwest Foot of the Areopagus | Bema and Donor's Monument | Boundary Stones | Church of the Holy Apostles | Civic Offices | Column Capital from the Odeion | Crossroads Enclosure | Early Cemetery | East Building | Eleusinion | Great Drain | Heliaia | House of Simon the Cobbler | Late Roman Building | Late Roman Round Building | Late Roman Water and Oil Mills | Library of Pantainos | Middle Stoa | Monopteros | Monument Bases East of the Odeion | Monument Bases near the Metroon | Monument of Quintus Trebellius Rufus Museum | North Slope of the Areopagus | Nymphaion | Palace and Odeion of Agrippa | Peribolos of the Eponymous Heroes | Post Herulian Wall | Residential Industrial Area | Royal Stoa | Sacred Repository beside the Panathenaic Way | Sanctuary of the Twelve Gods | South Stoa I | South Stoa II | Southeast Fountain House | Southeast Temple | Southwest Fountain House | Southwest Temple | State Prison | Statue of Hadrian | Stoa of Attalos | Stoa of Zeus Eleutherios | Street to Roman Market Place | Temple and Altar of Ares | Temple of Apollo Patroos | Temple of Hephaistos | Temple of Zeus Phratrios and Athena Phratria | The Panathenaic Way | Tholos | Water Clock


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culture
Archaeological Sites of Greece

(E?)(L?) http://www.culture.gr/


(E?)(L?) http://www.culture.gr/war/index_en.jsp
Umfangreiches und informatives englischsprachiges Archiv über die Geschichte Griechenlands - vom Ministerium für griechische Kultur.

(E?)(L?) http://odysseus.culture.gr/h/3/eh30.jsp
Acropolis of Athens | Delphi | Mount Athos | Olympia | Meteora | Knossos

(E?)(L?) http://odysseus.culture.gr/h/3/eh32.jsp




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