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  • American School of Classical Studies - Provides graduate students and scholars a base for research and study in the history and monuments of Hellenic civilization.
    http://www.ascsa.edu.gr/
  • Anthropological Association of Greece - Non-profit research society promoting anthropological sciences.
    http://www.aee.gr/english/1contents/contents.html
  • Athens Archaeological Park - Offers photos and brief summaries of the archaeological sites.
    http://www.athens-today.com/e-parco_archeologico.htm
  • Foundation of the Hellenic World - Promotes historic, educational and social activities.
    http://www.fhw.gr/index_en.html
  • Greek Archaeology - Collection of useful links on Greek archaeology & Research institutes.
    http://mkosian.home.xs4all.nl/greek.html
  • Helike Foundation - Provides informations about the ongoing search for the prehistoric town on Santorini, pursued the search for ancient Helike.
    http://www.helike.org/
  • Minoan Crete - Provides information about all the major and some of the minor archaeological sites of the Bronze Age civilisation in Crete.
    http://www.minoancrete.com/index.html
  • The A.G. Leventis Foundation - The aim of the Foundation was to support educational, cultural, artistic and philanthropic causes in Cyprus, Greece and elsewhere.
    http://www.leventisfoundation.org/en/
  • The Danish Institute at Athens - Supports research and studies in archaeology, history, literature, architecture, art history, cultural tradition and language.
    http://www.diathens.gr/en
  • The Mallakastra Regional Archaeological Project - Investigates the history of prehistoric and historic settlement and land use in an area centered on the Greek colony of Apollonia.
    http://river.blg.uc.edu/mrap/MRAP_en.html
  • The Prehistoric Archaeology of the Aegean - Series of lessons tracing the Aegean from Palaeolithic and Neolithic times to Minoan Crete and Mycenaean Greece.
    http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/
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