Mycenae (Deserted Settlement)
Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
French, D. H. : Papers of David Henry French (1933-2017), archaeologist, relating to Aegean archaeology and prehistoric pottery surveys in Greece
Thessaly, Macedonia and Thrace pottery surveys 1959-1963 (working notes, hand drawn maps and site plans and pottery drawings); DPhil thesis; Mycenae pre-Mycenaean pottery survey; Greek, British and Austrian maps of Greece and the Balkans; published reference books by other authors on topics central to D. H. French's research
French, E. B. W. : The Professional Papers of Elizabeth Bayard Wace French (1931- 2021), archaeologist
The professional papers of archaeologist Dr Elizabeth (Lisa) French include correspondence, teaching notes, hand-outs from conferences and seminars, notes from her involvement with Neutron Activiation Analysis, research material for her PhD thesis on Mycenaean figurines and material relating to excavations on which she worked, including Phylakopi, Hagios Stephanos and Tiryns.
An overview of the entire excavation process of Mycenae under Lord Taylour's direction, encompassing images of archaeologists at work (and sleeping!), objects uncovered, excavated wall portions and panomarmic landscape views. Also included are behind-the-scenes footage of the team entertaining themselves, with parties amidst the ruins, and roasting sheep and dancing in the Lion Tomb.
This file records ceramic pottery excavated by Lord Taylour in Mycenae and Nauplio between 1962-1964.
Five of the six slides in this file relate to Lord Taylour's excavations in Mycenae, revealing images of the process of excavation, a site plan and an excavated pot (dated 1968-69) while the other slide (dated 1959) shows a crowd around the famous Land Rover in Montenegro.
This file presents images from Lord Taylour's excavation of Mycenae in 1959, providing both synoptic and more detailed views of the excavatory process, including site plans, images of objects found in situ, wall sections, recesses, ramps, and the Cyclopean Walls of Midea, as well as views of landscapes, churches and the Mycenaean Citadel. There is also a handwritten index card at the front providing information on Lord Taylour's filing system.
In 1960 Lord Taylour excavates at Mycenae. This file shows a range of views of the excavatory process, including finds in their findspots, partially excavated walls, corridor rooms, plaster layers, ramps, site plans, as well as various images of ceramic pottery and images taken from inside the Treasury of Atreus. There are also slides of the Theatre of Epidaurus and a handwritten index card at the front providing information on Lord Taylour's filing system.
This file holds slides from locations across Ireland, Scotland and Greece, including Headfort, Carton, Marathon, Mycenae, Tiryns, Athens and Hymettus. Featured in this album are images of Lord Taylour's mother's and father's graves, views of gardens, trees and plants, panoramic landscapes and mountain ranges, family, friends and dogs, perspectives of Headfort House, as well as monumental archaeological remains at Mycenae, Marathon, Tiryns and Athens.
This file charters Lord Taylour's excavations at Mycenae in 1962, including site plans, images of objects discovered in situ, and the excavatory process in general. Images of trenches, plastered walls, progress made, ceramic pottery and rooms uncovered all ensue, as well images of donkeys by one of the grave circles and workers eating breakfast.
Miscellanea Macedonica including an account of a visit to the site of Olynthus, bulk: 1915-01-19 - 1915-02-06, 1915-1923
This file encompasses photographs of ancient Greek architectural remains (such as the tholos-tomb of Marathon and the Treasury of Atreus of Mycenae) in Mycenae, Marathon, Athens and Tiryns, also featuring photographs of the Land Rover group.
These are the summary lists for every photo taken, in every excavation and photography year. The lists give a description of the image, its negative number and its excavation number, including both black-and-white prints and sometimes colour slides.