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Sacher Named Next Editor of Hesperia
The ASCSA has chosen Jennifer Sacher to be the next editor of its journal, Hesperia.
Hesperia 86.1 Now Online!
The American School of Classical Studies at Athens is pleased to announce the publication of Hesperia 86.1. Topics in this issue include the sculptural program of the Athenian Treasury at Delphi, the results of recent work at Kolophon, newly published sculptural pieces from the Agora, and new proposals concerning the Antikythera Mechanism.
Landscape Archaeology and the Medieval Countryside: An Interview with Effie Athanassopoulos
Effie Athanassopoulos discusses her work studying the medieval component of the Nemea Valley Archaeological Project (NVAP) survey conducted from 1985-1990.