Tuesday 1 March 2011

Open Meeting – Swiss School of Archaeology in Greece – 2011

The fieldwork of the School in 2010

Prof. Karl Reber, director, and Sylvian Fachard, scientific secretary of the Swiss school, will expose the activities of the School in 2010, in particular the main results of the excavations on the field E/600 SW in Eretria – where one of the biggest buildings of the Roman city has been discovered – and on the fortified site of Vrysi. They will also remind the success of the two exhibitions held in the National Archaeological Museum of Athens and in the Antikenmuseum Basel und Sammlung Ludwig.

March 10, 2011 19:00

National Hellenic Research Foundation, 48 Vassileos Constantinou, 11635 Athens

National Hellenic Research Foundation

Guest speaker: Prof. Christoph Reusser

The search for the Tyrrhenian pirates. New excavations and research at the Etruscan settlement of Spina, the Venice of Antiquity

Professor of classical archaeology in the University of Zürich (Switzerland), Christoph Reusser will expose the main results of the excavations and research held since 2007 at Spina, an Etruscan commercial settlement on the northwest shores of the Adriatic Sea.