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La naissance de l'archéologie aérienne en Grèce : le cas des fouilles françaises de Philippes dans les années 1930

Abstract : The archives of the French School in Athens keep some 30 or so aerial photographs from Philippi, in Greek Macedonia, taken during the excavations from 1933 to 1937. These pictures, still unpublished for the most part, are never commented upon by the excavators in their publications. Nonetheless, the excavations’ archives and the letters from the members of the team to the director of the French School reveal that this intiative came probably from the byzantinist Paul Lemerle. But the other archaeologists were quick to grasp the interest of these documents and they developed the first principles of a true aerial archaeology on the site.
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Samuel Provost. La naissance de l'archéologie aérienne en Grèce : le cas des fouilles françaises de Philippes dans les années 1930. 2016. ⟨hal-01356965⟩

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