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The archives of the Franchthi Project include color images, an extensive collection of black and white negatives and contact prints, copies of the excavation notebooks, the original inventory books for all finds and correspondence related to the Franchthi Cave located near the southwestern tip of the Argolid peninsula across the bay from the fishing village of Kiladha, Greece.
In 1967, Tom Jacobsen began directing excavations inside the cave, under the sponsorship of Indiana University, Bloomington, on a permit issued through the American School of Classical Studies in Athens. The Franchthi Project collection also includes proceedings from a symposia held in Bloomington, a few soil samples, copies of the volumes in the Franchthi publication series, copies of many articles by Franchthi staff, and other related documents.
Vendor: Indiana University Library/Freely available
Producer: Indiana University Library/Freely available
Interlibrary Loan Type: Not Permitted
Simultaneous User Limit: Unlimited simultaneous users