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From time to time the Library of the Institute amasses a quantity of duplicate books, monographs and journal issues, mostly the result of donations and the acquisition of newer editions. When the bookshelves in the Institute’s office are overflowing we put the lot up for sale to the highest bidders. This iteration of the Sale started in January and continues until the 31st of March. We are currently selling over 200 books and monographs, plus 200 or so periodical volumes.

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78-26-034 Morgantina, stepped area between S and N levels of the agora

Morgantina, stepped area between S and N levels of the agora (Professor Fred Winter, 1978)

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The limited number of architectural building types that are encountered in the excavation of Archaic and Classical Greek cities and sanctuaries tend to fall into well-known broad functional categories: religious, public and domestic. Most of these buildings types have been known for over a century. Generally, there are few surprises here. The one aspect of ancient Greek life that has been neglected more often than not relates to the economy, especially production and commercial activities.

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