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  • The excavation in 2000. Photo: Ann-Louise Schallin

    Dendra and Midea in the Argolid

    The neighbouring villages Dendra and Midea are situated in the northern Argolid, c. six km east of the town of Argos. At Dendra there are remains of habitation from the […]

     
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  • A view of the Berbati Valley from the east towards Zara and Charvati. Mycenae lies behind the mountains. In the center the Mastos Hill: Photo Berit Wells

    Berbati in the Argolid

    In 1934 Axel W. Persson initiated his archaeological investigations in the Berbati Valley east of Mycenae. In the ensuing years he worked in the valley together with among others: Åke […]

     
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  • The acropolis with the Hellenistic fortifications seen in the 1920’s from the east. Photo in the Asine Archive.

    Asine in the Argolid

    In the ship’s catalogue in the Iliad, Homer informs us who sent ships to the Trojan War. In connection with the Argolid he notes that Asine, situated at the head […]

     
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  • Students at the Swedish Institute

    Students at the Swedish Institute

    The Swedish Institute’s nine-week archaeological course is now in its seventh week. Five students: Madelene Holm from Gothenburg University, Sara Eriksson and Christian Stelius from Lund University, and Adam Norberg […]

     
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  • In-service training for teachers: an intensive overview of current Greek archaeology and history. A program sponsored by the Association of Swedish Classicists

    In-service training for teachers: an intensive overview of current Greek archaeology and history

    During nine intensive days in June, the Institute welcomed four teachers of classical languages. As part of a program sponsored by the Association of Swedish Classicists and the Institute we […]

     
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  • Mycenaeans up to date: The archaeology of the north-eastern Peloponnese―current concepts and new directions to date

    Mycenaeans up to date: The archaeology of the north-eastern Peloponnese―current concepts and new directions to date

    This volume contains the proceedings of the conference “Mycenaeans up to date: The archaeology of the north-eastern Peloponnese—current concepts and new directions“, which was held 10–16 November 2010, under the […]

     
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  • Author resources

    All contributions to Opuscula and the Institute’s book series are peer reviewed. The peer review process is described below together with a guideline for submitting manuscripts. We ask all our […]

     
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  • Ancient Hermion

    Ancient Hermion

    The project: A Greek cityscape and its people. A study of Ancient Hermion is a collaboration between the Ephorate of Antiquities of Argolida and the Swedish Institute at Athens. The […]

     
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