Table of contents for Great moments in Greek archaeology / Vasileios Petrakos.

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The stages of Greek Archaeology
Vasileios Petrakos, General Secretary of The Archaeological Society at Athens, Member of the Athens Academy
The vicissitudes of the Athenian Acropolis in the 19th century. From castle to monument
Fani Malouchou-Tufano, Archaeology Ph.D, Head of the Documentation Office of the Acropolis Restoration Service
Kerameikos I. The discovery of the ancient cemetery
Jutta Stroszeck, Archaeology Ph.D
Kerameikos II. The Archaic sculptures of the Sacred Gate, Spring 2002
Wolf-Dietrich Niemeier, Director of the German Archaeological Institute at Athens
Delos. The excavation of the sacred island of Apollo
Dominique Mulliez, Director of the French School at Athens
Olympia. Excavations and discoveries at the great sanctuary
Helmut Kyrieleis, former Director of the German Archaeological Institute
Schliemann and Homer's "Mycenae Rich in Gold"
Spyros Iakovides, Professor of Prehistoric Archaeology, Member of the Athens Academy
Delphi. The excavation of the great oracular centre
Dominique Mulliez, Director of the French School at Athens
Knossos. The discovery of the Minoan palace
Colin F. Macdonald, Archaeologist, Member of British School at Athens
Sesklo and Dimini. The prehistoric citadels
George Ch. Chourmouziades, Professor Emeritus of Archaeology
Poliochni on Lemnos. The earliest city in Europe
Alberto G. Benvenuti, General Secretary of the Italian Archaeological School at Athens
The Athenian Agora. Encounter with the first democracy
Panos Valavanis, Professor of Classical Archaeology
The "royal" tombs at Salamis in Cyprus
Vassos Karageorghis, Professor Emeritus of Archaeology, Member of the Athens Academy, Director of the A.G. Leventis Foundation
GREAT MOMENTS IN GREEK ARCHAEOLOGY
Akrotiri on Thera. The excavation of a buried city
Christos Doumas, Professor Emeritus of Archaeology
Vergina. On the tracks of the Macedonian kings
Stella Drougou, Professor of Classical Archaeology
Dispilio near Kastoria. The prehistoric lake settlement
Marina Sophronidou, Archaeologist PhD
George Ch. Chourmouziades, Professor Emeritus of Archaeology
The Ancient Ship of Kyrenia, beneath Cyprus seas
Susan Womer Katzev, Excavator
The ship Kyrenia II. An attempt in experimental archaeology
Harry E. Tzalas, President of the Hellenic Institute for the Preservation of Nautical Tradition
Uluburun. The Bronze Age shipwreck
George F. Bass, Professor Emeritus at Texas A&M University
Masterpieces of Greek sculptures see the light of day
The Aphrodite of Melos,
?lice Samara-Kauffmann, Archaeologist, academic expert at the Louvre Museum
The Victory of Samothrace
?lice Samara-Kauffmann, Archaeologist, academic expert at the Louvre Museum
The Piraeus bronze statues
Georgios Steinhauer, Honorary Ephor of Antiquities, Former Director of the Piraeus Museum
The large kouros of Samos
Helmut Kyrieleis, former Director of the German Archaeological Institute
Bronze statues from the depths of the sea
Harry E. Tzalas, President of the Hellenic Institute for the Preservation of Nautical Tradition

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Greece -- Antiquities.
Excavations (Archaeology) -- Greece.