After the Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America I decided to start a page where I would collect together various websites for archaeological projects that I might find useful. I am not entirely certain what I’m going to do with this, but perhaps something.
The Olynthos Project: https://sites.lsa.umich.edu/olynthos-project/
A city known for its preservation through destruction by Philip II of Macedon; the ongoing project is looking to go a bit deeper than that.
The “Griffin Warrior” and Pylos: http://www.griffinwarrior.org/
The on-going excavations at the Bronze Age “Palace of Nestor” at Pylos, largely concerned with that famous burial you might have heard of.
The Iklaina Archaeological Project: http://www.iklaina.org/
A newly uncovered Mycenaean site near (and possibly in conflict with) Pylos that widens our understanding of localized state developments in the Late Bronze Age.
Lefkandi-Xeropolis (I work here!): http://lefkandi.classics.ox.ac.uk/
A somewhat neglected website for the archaeological excavations at Lefkandi, which includes some discussion of the old excavations and a little bit of new stuff, but is far from exhaustive.
The Athenian Agora: http://agathe.gr/
An amazing website that should be your first port-of-call for Agora-related queries.
The Mouliana Project: https://moulianaproject.org/
A project re-examining and fully publishing the excavations of two twelfth-century tholos tombs from Mouliana in east Crete. It’s a very important project because it shows how much more can be done through the re-examination and good publication of old sites, but also because Mouliana is a pretty cool site that I mentioned in my thesis.