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Acknowledgments

 

First and foremost we thank the Greek Ministry of Culture, Education, and Religious Affairs, for its support of our efforts, particularly Maria Vlazaki, General Director of Antiquities, Eleni Kountouri, Director of Preclassical and Classical Antiquities, Evangelia Militsi, Director of Antiquities for Messenia, and Evangelia Malapani, Curator of Antiquities in charge of the area of the Palace of Nestor.  We also thank James C. Wright, Director of ASCSA, Ioanna Damanaki, Administrative Assistant to the director of ASCSA, Bonna Wescoat, Chair of the Excavation and Survey Committee of ASCSA, and Tellos Panos, General Manager of ASCSA, for their support. Finally we thank the guards of the Museum of Chora who were pressed unexpectedly into night duty when we discovered the shaft grave of the “Griffin Warrior.” Their devotion to our project is greatly appreciated. In particular we thank Yiota Kaloyeropoulou, head guard, Maria Barka, Lakis Frangos, Kostas Gaitanis, Sotiris Kanellopoulos, Dimitris Kayias, Sofia Mylona, Liana Michalopoulou, and Nikos Yiannopoulos.

 

Sponsors

 

In 2015, the Pylos Excavations were sponsored by the Institute for Aegean Prehistory, the Semple Classics Fund of the University of Cincinnati, Phokion Potamianos and family, Mary and Jim Ottaway, and Dina and Robert McCabe.  Nothing we have accomplished would have been possible without their assistance.  We are also grateful to Temes, S.A., and to Achilleas Costantakopoulos, its chairman, and to the Navarino Environmental Observatory, and to Karen Holmgren, its director, for their support.

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Contact

 

Project Directors:

Sharon Stocker: sharon.stocker@uc.edu

Jack Davis: jack.davis@uc.edu

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Acknowledgments

 

First and foremost we thank the Greek Ministry of Culture, Education, and Religious Affairs, for its support of our efforts, particularly Maria Vlazaki, General Director of Antiquities, Eleni Kountouri, Director of Preclassical and Classical Antiquities, Evangelia Militsi, Director of Antiquities for Messenia, and Evangelia Malapani, Curator of Antiquities in charge of the area of the Palace of Nestor.  We also thank James C. Wright, Director of ASCSA, Ioanna Damanaki, Administrative Assistant to the director of ASCSA, Bonna Wescoat, Chair of the Excavation and Survey Committee of ASCSA, and Tellos Panos, General Manager of ASCSA, for their support. Finally we thank the guards of the Museum of Chora who were pressed unexpectedly into night duty when we discovered the shaft grave of the “Griffin Warrior.” Their devotion to our project is greatly appreciated. In particular we thank Yiota Kaloyeropoulou, head guard, Maria Barka, Lakis Frangos, Kostas Gaitanis, Sotiris Kanellopoulos, Dimitris Kayias, Sofia Mylona, Liana Michalopoulou, and Nikos Yiannopoulos.

 

Sponsors

 

In 2015, the Pylos Excavations were sponsored by the Institute for Aegean Prehistory, the Semple Classics Fund of the University of Cincinnati, Phokion Potamianos and family, Mary and Jim Ottaway, and Dina and Robert McCabe.  Nothing we have accomplished would have been possible without their assistance.

Contact

 

Project Directors:

Sharon Stocker: sharon.stocker@uc.edu

Jack Davis: jack.davis@uc.edu

The Griffin Warrior needs your help!

Webdesign: Takin.solutions Ltd. 2016 | All Rights Reserved |  Web content: University of Cincinnati Excavations at the Palace of Nestor (UCEPON)

Acknowledgments

 

First and foremost we thank the Greek Ministry of Culture, Education, and Religious Affairs, for its support of our efforts, particularly Maria Vlazaki, General Director of Antiquities, Eleni Kountouri, Director of Preclassical and Classical Antiquities, Evangelia Militsi, Director of Antiquities for Messenia, and Evangelia Malapani, Curator of Antiquities in charge of the area of the Palace of Nestor.  We also thank James C. Wright, Director of ASCSA, Ioanna Damanaki, Administrative Assistant to the director of ASCSA, Bonna Wescoat, Chair of the Excavation and Survey Committee of ASCSA, and Tellos Panos, General Manager of ASCSA, for their support. Finally we thank the guards of the Museum of Chora who were pressed unexpectedly into night duty when we discovered the shaft grave of the “Griffin Warrior.” Their devotion to our project is greatly appreciated. In particular we thank Yiota Kaloyeropoulou, head guard, Maria Barka, Lakis Frangos, Kostas Gaitanis, Sotiris Kanellopoulos, Dimitris Kayias, Sofia Mylona, Liana Michalopoulou, and Nikos Yiannopoulos.

 

Sponsors

 

In 2015, the Pylos Excavations were sponsored by the Institute for Aegean Prehistory, the Semple Classics Fund of the University of Cincinnati, Phokion Potamianos and family, Mary and Jim Ottaway, and Dina and Robert McCabe.  Nothing we have accomplished would have been possible without their assistance.

The Griffin Warrior needs your help!

Webdesign: Takin.solutions Ltd. 2016 | All Rights Reserved |  Web content: University of Cincinnati Excavations at the Palace of Nestor (UCEPON)