• Earlier this month we welcomed our new intern from the University of Waterloo, Kaia Lee, who will be with us in Athens until April. We also welcome a volunteer from the University of Athens, Evangelos Adam. Kaia Lee […]

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  • Dr. Paris Arnopoulos [ακολουθεί κείμενο στα ελληνικά] The Canadian Institute in Greece is proud to announce that it has received a gift of CAD $ 70,000 from Dr. Paris Arnopoulos, Professor Emeritus at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada. […]

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  • Fig. 1. ‘Kampos’ and ‘Gogou’, the landscape that is the focus of CAPS. In the background, towards SE: the Kastro at Kallithea, and the Othrys Mountains The Central Achaia Phthiotis Survey began in 2019 with a 6-week pilot […]

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  • Photo aérienne de la fin des fouilles Pour un deuxième été consécutif, un groupe d’étudiants a pris part aux fouilles de l’ancienne Kerdylion. Fondée au 6e siècle avant notre ère par Argilos, c’est sans surprise que l’histoire de […]

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  • Fig. 1. Map of the Mirabello Bay area, East Crete, with ancient sites plotted (Rendered by D.M. Buell). This season’s iteration of the Khavania Archaeological Project ran as a study season, conducted from June 8th through August 3rd. […]

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  • Vue des ensembles architecturaux du secteur Koutloudis La 30ème mission archéologique à Argilos en Grèce du Nord a remporté un vif succès. Près d’une soixantaine d’étudiants de CÉGEPS et d’universités québécoises, mais aussi canadiennes et américaines, ont participé […]

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  • Photo 1. The EBAP 2022 team gathered in our home garden in Dilesi One of the priorities of the Eastern Boeotia Archaeological Project, (EBAP) since our work began in 2007, is to give students, especially ones from Canada, […]

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  • The Bay of Porto Rafti as seen from the north (Photo: Melanie Godsey) Faithful readers of the CIG blog might remember previous posts about the 2019 and 2021 seasons from the Bays of East Attica Regional Survey team. […]

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  • Figure 1: Plan of Stelida sondages, 2015-19 (Y. Pitt) This season the Stelida Naxos Archaeological Project stepped back from fieldwork, and focused our attentions on post-excavation study, with a small group of us working for just over a […]

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  • We are delighted to announce that the Canadian Institute successfully hosted its first-ever Summer School in Greece this year. This was made possible by the additional space and facilities provided by the Institute’s new premises. The CIG Summer […]

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