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The database PRAGMATA contains material from more than a hundred years of Swedish archaeological activity in Greece. PRAGMATA includes an inventory of archaeological materials, storage, contextual information, including photos and links to scanned and annotated excavation documentation, as well as information from older databases converted to a modern database format.

Educational Programs


The Swedish Institute at Athens arranges regular educational programmes for postgraduate students enrolled at universities in Sweden.
Among the programmes, which are always organized in co-operation with a Swedish university, The Archaeology and History of Ancient Greece: A Travelling Seminar has the longest tradition going back all the way to the Institute’s founding in 1948. It is nowadays given biannually, and from 2014 onwards during the autumn semester. Every second year the Institute gives a thematic course, which during the last couple of years has focused on continuity in cultic practices from Antiquity up to the present.

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 contributors to closely follow the Guide for Contributors to expedite the peer review process as well as the publication process.

Complete guidelines including Guide for Contributors, Guide for Reviewers and Style Guide as well as Author’s Warranty and Copyright Assignment Form are available as PDFs at http://www.ecsi.se/guides-contributors

For questions concerning the book production process, please contact the Editor at editor[at]ecsi[dot]se


Skrifter utgivna av Svenska Institutet i Athen, 4˚ (ISSN: 0586-0539) and 8˚(ISSN: 0081-9921)


The Swedish Institute at Athens publishes two monograph series, Skrifter utgivna av Svenska Institutet i Athen, 4˚ and Skrifter utgivna av Svenska Institutet i Athen, 8˚. They are also known as Acta Instituti Atheniensis Regni Sueciae, series in 4˚ and series in 8˚.

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