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Excavation

  • The agora of Apollonia
  • Pojan
  • Apollonia
  • Albania
  • Qarku i Fierit

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  • The Albanian Database is the result of a collaboration between:

    Future of Albania's Past Project, International Centre for Albanian Archaeology and

    AIAC

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Season

    • The investigations of this year aimed to have a full understanding of the archaeological situation revealed in the excavation sector near by the surrounding wall, located between the wide road and the terrace at the foot of hill 104 of the ancient city of ... Read More
    • During the archaeological season of 2006, a number of test pits were carried out in the agora of the ancient city of Apollonia, aiming to confirm the interpretation and define an accurate dating for the structural anomalies identified during the geophysica... Read More
    • During 2007 the excavations for the discovery of the archaic and Classical habitation quarter in the northern and southern sectors of the agora of the ancient city of Apollonia continued. In the northern sector, the excavations carried on with the expansio... Read More
    • The archaeological records revealed during the excavations of 2008 along with the material study, mainly the ceramics, clarified the situation regarding the occupation phases of the upper part of the ancient city of Apollonia, since its foundation in the a... Read More
    • The archaeological season of 2009 undertaken in the agora of the ancient city of Apllonia, revealed new data about the occupation phases of the Roman Republic and Early Imperial periods. The richest stratigraphical sequence of Roman ceramics was uncovered ... Read More
    • The excavations of 2010 undertaken in the agora of the ancient city of Apollonia were located in sectors 15, 16 and G. In sector 16 the extremity of the eastern wall of the portico was uncovered, while the excavations carried out in sector 15 aimed to clar... Read More
    • The archaeological season of 2011 was located in the agora of the city, in sectors 15 and 16, between the acropolis area and the hill 104. Sector 16, where during the previous seasons a curved structure was uncovered, extending to the west of a large publi... Read More
  • 1300 BC
  • 600 BC
  • 100 AD