Invitation to public presentation about Zagora on 6 November

Zagora as seen from the path
Zagora as seen from the path. © AAIA; photo by Irma Havlicek
by Irma Havlicek
Web Content Producer

The directors of the Zagora Archaeological Project extend an invitation to all living on or visiting Andros to a public presentation about the project. The presentation about this significant c. 900-700BCE settlement will be held at the Municipal Cinema, Chora, at 7pm on Thursday 6 November 2014.

The session will be presented in Greek by two of the co-directors of the project, Associate Professor Lesley Beaumont (from the University of Sydney) and Dr Stavros Paspalas (Deputy Director of the Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens).

The Zagora information session last year was popular and well-attended. We hope even more members of the local Andros community attend this year. All are warmly welcomed. This poster gives the details in Greek.

This presentation follows the popular and successful tour of the site held on Saturday 25 October.

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