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Site report of the American School of Classical Studies in Athens (ASCSA) detailing the major finds and excavation of the Attic deme of Ikaria in Athens.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 978-1-60724-480-6
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Publication Status: In Print

Series: Analecta Gorgiana 251
Publication Date: Aug 4,2009
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 101
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-60724-480-6
$54.00
$32.40

Excavation reports from the ASCSA (American School of Classical Studies in Athens) excavations in Athens, Greece. Parts 1 and 7 include text, edition, and translation of inscriptions with extensive commentary. Part 2 examines in detail an archaic stele of Aristeon, a slab of marble with a bas relief of a warrior in the style of the “Warrior of Marathon” housed in the Central Museum of Athens. Part 3 reviews the “choregia” or inscriptions detailing the sponsors of dramatic productions in Athens. It includes transcriptions, editions, translations, and commentaries that give valuable insight into the funding, production, and judging of Attic drama. Parts 4, 5, and 6 detail the excavation history, topography, and architectural remains of the Ikarian dig. Part 8 describes the sculptures found. The site report includes photographs, plates, and tables and gives a thorough picture of the material culture of Classical Ikaria.

Excavation reports from the ASCSA (American School of Classical Studies in Athens) excavations in Athens, Greece. Parts 1 and 7 include text, edition, and translation of inscriptions with extensive commentary. Part 2 examines in detail an archaic stele of Aristeon, a slab of marble with a bas relief of a warrior in the style of the “Warrior of Marathon” housed in the Central Museum of Athens. Part 3 reviews the “choregia” or inscriptions detailing the sponsors of dramatic productions in Athens. It includes transcriptions, editions, translations, and commentaries that give valuable insight into the funding, production, and judging of Attic drama. Parts 4, 5, and 6 detail the excavation history, topography, and architectural remains of the Ikarian dig. Part 8 describes the sculptures found. The site report includes photographs, plates, and tables and gives a thorough picture of the material culture of Classical Ikaria.

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Carl D. Buck

  • AMERICAN SCHOOL OF CLASSICAL STUDIES AT ATHENS. DISCOVERIES IN THE ATTIC DEME OF IKARIA. 1888 (page 5)
  • II STELE OF A WARRIOR.* [PLATE I] (page 11)
  • III. THE CHOREGIA IN ATHENS AND AT IKARIA.* (page 21)
  • IV. CHRONOLOGICAL REPORT OF EXCAVATIONS. [PLATES III, IV, V] (page 37)
  • VII. INSCRIPTIONS FROM IKARIA. NO. 8 (page 71)
  • VII. SCULPTURES.*[PLATES XI, XIII] (page 87)