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The Eastern Boeotia Archaeological Project continued work at the site of ancient Eleon in the village of Arma for six weeks, beginning June 1, 2015. Our site has material from the Mycenaean (Late Bronze) Age, the Archaic-Classical Greek periods, and the later Medieval Byzantine-Ottoman periods. It is run with volunteers and students, many of whom are from the University of Victoria and Wellesley College (USA).  At our full extent our team numbered 35 this year.

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66-02-019: Brauron, rebuilt corner of the stoa, with polytriglyphal frieze

Brauron, rebuilt corner of the stoa, with polytriglyphal frieze (Professor Fred Winter, 1966)

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The Western Argolid Regional Project (WARP) has just concluded its second field season. Whereas in the 2014 season the project surveyed in the area of the modern village of Lyrkeia, which sits on the northern edge of a wide open mountainous river valley, the 2015 season focused on the lower reaches of the Inachos river as the valley begins to flatten out and open up into the Argive plain, in the territories of the modern villages of Schinochori and Malandreni.

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