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    Vasileios Ch Petrakos
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    9607036573
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    978-9607036575
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    The Archaeological Society of Athens (1996)
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    197 pages
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Published by the Archaeological Society of Athens, 1966. 197 pages plus 3 pages describing The Archaeological Society at Athens.

Published by the Archaeological Society of Athens, 1966. ISBN13:9789607036575. Release Date:January 1996. Publisher:The Archaeological Society of Athens.

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If interested, please contact: tel. (+30) 210 3609689 or e-mail: secretai. 12. Στο δεύτερο μάθημα της Σχολής Διδασκαλίας της Ιστορίας της Τέχνης παρουσιάστηκαν δύο ακόμη ενδιαφέροντα θέματα. κύριος Βασίλειος Πετράκης, Δρ. Αρχαιολογίας, ανέλυσε τη Γραμμική Β΄, ένα συλλαβογραφικό σύστημα σημείων γνωστών ως ιδεογραμμάτων και πώς αυτή αποτέλεσε εργαλείο του Μυκηναϊκού ανακτορικού συστήματος.

As an independent learned society, the Archaeological Society is in a position to assist the State in its work of protecting, improving, and studying Greek antiquities. Whenever necessary, it undertakes the management and execution of large projects: this has happened with excavations in Macedonia and Thrace in recent years and with the large-scale restoration projects in the past. An important part of the Society’s work is its publishing. It produces three annual titles: Praktika tes Archaiologikes Hetairias (Proceedings of the Archaeological Society), since 1837, containing detailed reports.

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The Archaeological Society of Athens (Greek: Εν Αθήναις Αρχαιολογική Εταιρεία) is an independent learned society.

The Archaeological Society of Athens (Greek: Εν Αθήναις Αρχαιολογική Εταιρεία) is an independent learned society. Also termed the Greek Archaeological Society, it was founded in 1837, just a few years after the establishment of the modern Greek State, with the aim of encouraging archaeological excavations, maintenance, care and exhibition of antiquities in Greece. Semni Karouzou, ceramics specialist and curator at the National Archaeological Museum of Athens: Vice-President, 1975-77.

The Archaeological Society of Athens (Greek: Εν Αθήναις Αρχαιολογική Εταιρεία) is an independent learned society

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Archaeological Society at Athens. ORGANIZATION LOCATIONAthens, Attiki. Grants to this recipient. Year of Grant: 2018 Category: EDUCATION.

Based on designs by architect Ioannis Antoniadis, the minimalist structure of the Archaeological Society was created in 1958 to replace the original neoclassical building, designed by Ioannis Axelos in the early 20th century. It is located at the corner of Panepistimiou and Omirou Streets.

Paperback. Published by the Archaeological Society of Athens, 1966. 197 pages plus 3 pages describing The Archaeological Society at Athens.