Students At the British School At Athens
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The British School at Athens admitted its first student in 1886. The subsequent thirty years saw a shift towards scientific and professional archaeology. The School developed a number of major projects: the Cyprus Exploration Fund; Megalopolis; Phylakopi on Melos; Laconia (and Sparta); Crete (Praisos, Palaikastro). Its members were also involved in the epigraphic surveys of the Asia Minor Exploration Fund. Many of the students who gained the experience of excavating in Greece were to work in the Levant, Egypt, India and Britain. The volume provides indexes for the students: School Backgrounds; Cambridge Colleges; Oxford Colleges; Universities and Educational Establishments in England, Scotland and Ireland; Universities and Educational Establishments Outside Great Britain; Fellowships at Cambridge Colleges; Fellowships at Oxford Colleges; Students by Year of Admission at the BSA; Alphabetical List of Students
- Category: History
- Published: 17 June 2011
- Publisher: Lulu.com
- Seller: Lulu Enterprises, Inc.
- Print Length: 1 Pages
- Language: English