Fieldnotes: Digital Resources

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Excavations and research carried out in Priene. 
Ecavations conducted at Sagalassos. 
The Archaeological Exploration of Sardis, sponsored by the Harvard Art Museums and Cornell University, has been excavating at Sardis since 1958. The site has yielded artifacts from the Lydian, Persian, Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine, Ottoman, and other cultures. During the past 50 years more than 13,000 objects have been inventoried and many thousands more have been saved for future study.
The Sissi Archaeological Project (S.Ar.P.edon) is a collaboration of the French and Dutch speaking universities of Louvain/Leuven and operates in Greece under the auspices of the Belgian School of Athens (EBSA). This is perhaps the only pan-Belgian excavation abroad and the first time a site on Crete is excavated by the EBSA. Funds are generously provided by the Institute for Aegean Prehistory, the UCL and KULeuven, the FNRS and FWO, a series of private donors (see sponsors) as well as the local community of Vrachasi and Sissi. A first five-year programme of excavations took place between 2007 and 2011 and we are now studying the finds for publication.
Excavations at Smintheion. 
The department of History Archaeology and Social Anthropology (IAKA) of the University of Thessaly excavations of the Archaic-Classical period sanctuary at Soros within the the municipality of Iolkos.
An excavation, between 1999 and 2001, of a Classical Greek shipwreck off the Turkish coast at Tektas Burnu.