The American School of Classical Studies at Athens
Azoria Field Project. Photo: M.S. Mook

ASCSA Affiliated Field Projects

In 1928, the Greek government recognized the American School of Classical Studies at Athens as the permanent American archaeological presence in Greece. As such, the School is the official link between American researchers and the Greek Archaeological Service of the Ministry of Culture. Broadly responsible for all American archaeological projects in the country, the School obtains, assigns, and supervises the permits (granted by the Ministry of Culture) for excavations, surveys, and synergasias (cooperative projects). A list of affiliated projects of the School follows.

ASCSA - Affiliated Projects

Archaeological Reconnaissance of Unexplored Remains of Agriculture (AROURA)

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Iowa State University Excavations at Azoria

Excavations at Gournia

The University of Chicago Excavations at Isthmia

The Ohio State University Excavations at Isthmia

The University of Toronto Excavations at Kommos

Minnesota Archaeological Researches in the Western Peloponnese

The Mitrou Archaeological Project

Mochlos Archaeological Excavations

Mt. Lykaion Excavation and Survey Project

The University of California at Berkeley Excavations at Ancient Nemea

The Nemea Valley Archaeological Project

The Plakias Stone Age Project

The Pylos Regional Archaeological Project

Sanctuary of the Great Gods, Samothrace

Saronic Harbors Archaeological Research Project (SHARP)

Excavations at Thebes

Other Projects carried out by ASCSA members

The Amphoras Project

Ayia Irini Northern Sector Archaeological Project (AINSAP)

The Corinth Computer Project