The Athenian Agora: Site Guide (5th ed.) [Paperback]

John McK. Camp(Author); Craig A. Mauzy(Author)

ISBN: 9780876616574 | Published by: American School of Classical Studies at Athens | Year of Publication: 2010 | 5th Edition | Language: English 192p, H8 x W5.5, 147 col and b/w figs
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The Athenian Agora


This definitive guide to the archaeological remains in the civic and commercial center of ancient Athens is an essential companion to the interested visitor, as well as to students of the topography of the classical city. A large-scale map provides an overview of the site, keyed to descriptions and plans of every monument still visible from the majestic Temple of Hephaistos to the utilitarian Great Drain. The fifth edition retains many of the elements that made the earlier editions so popular, but also takes full account of new discoveries and recent scholarship. It is intended for visitors touring the site, and is arranged topographically, monument by monument. Also included are an overview of the historical development of the site and a history of the excavations. A companion guide to the Agora Museum in the Stoa of Attalos is also available (The Athenian Agora: Museum Guide, by Laura Gawlinski, 2014).

Table of Contents

History and Timeline
History of the Agora
History of the Excavations
Tour of the Site
List of Publications
Plan of the Archaeological Site

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"This is a very useful guidebook to what was once the civic and commercial centre of ancient Athens. The book is well organized and practical. It is small and light, yet it contains all the essential information needed to understand the Agora. The inclusion of maps, photographs (including aerial views), drawings and floor plans renders the identification of monuments easier for the visitor and is truly one of the strengths of this publication. This guidebook is an essential companion to the visitor of this fascinating site.'"
Derek T. Irwin
Bryn Mawr Classical Review (2010.12.13)

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