Greek

The archaeology of the Greek world stretches in time from the Palaeolithic to the modern era, and in space from Southern France (Marseilles settled by archaic Greek colonists) to Northwest Pakistan (the foundations of Alexander the Great). Approaches to the rich archaeological remains of the Greek world include excavation, surface survey, art history, and scientific artefact analysis amongst others. Through their teaching, and research (including active field projects in the Mediterranean), staff of the Institute offer access to an exceptionally rich range of opportunities for the study of the art and material culture of the past societies and civilizations of the Greek world.

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