Emanuele Prezioso is analysing “Kamares Ware” in the BSA Knossos Stratigraphic Museum as part of his doctoral project Style as Memory: An Anthropological Approach to Kamares Ware in Crete at the University of Oxford.
There is one sketch-book in the archives of the BSA which is closely connected to the William Gell notebooks. Bound in red leather and measuring 26 x 14 cm, it […]
In November 1901 Frederick W. Hasluck arrived in Athens to take up a recently awarded studentship at the British School at Athens (BSA). He arrived at a time when the […]
In its earliest years, financial constraints on the British School at Athens made it problematic to mount large-scale excavations. This is chronicled in the previous Archive Story, Digging I: the […]
In the early years of the British School at Athens, the annual reports repeatedly remark on its precarious financial situation, dependant on a limited number of grants and subscriptions. However, […]
Rule II. To collect drawings, facsimiles, transcripts, plans, and photographs of Greek inscriptions, MSS., works of art, ancient sites and remains, and with this view to invite travellers to communicate […]
An interesting story began to take shape when cataloguing a series of 67 large glass plate negatives housed in the BSA-SPHS collection, originally part of the Society for the Promotion […]
After my first time going through the Mycenae Excavation Records I had seen a mix of beautiful drawings of fragments, some designs of buildings I didn’t know, and a few […]