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Émile Burnouf (Source: Ecole Française d'Athènes/Photothèque.)
Émile Burnouf
October 19, 2018

Digital Map

As of January 2018, Dipylon, along with the kind support of the John S. Latsis Benefit Foundation, has been conducting a study entitled “A Documentation Methodology for Urban Archaeological Sites: Recording and Simulating the Historical Transformations of Philopappou hill in Athens”.

The digital map of the Western Hills of Athens, an undertaking within the scope of the project, traces into a uniform cartographic background and puts into use unique archaeological and historical information about the hills of the Muses, or Philopappou, of Pnyx and that of the Nymphs, or else called hill of the Observatory, as preserved in the old maps of Athens.

The team of Dipylon works intensely in order for both the digital map and the project’s website to be widely available to every interested party or cultural management agency.

We put the history of the Western Hills on the map.

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