The American School of Classical Studies at Athens
2007-9 Associate member Sarah James and Associate Director Ioulia Tzonou in the archives.

Collections and Archives

Finds and records from the School excavations at Ancient Corinth are housed on site, allowing scholars to work on material close to where it was found. In addition to the objects on public display in the Museum, built by the American School in 1931, a large artifact reference collection is available to study by appointment with the Associate Director. The excavation records are being digitized with support from the Greek Ministry of Culture under the auspices of the Third Information Society program of the European Union.

Those wishing to make use of the collection and study center should familiarize themselves with our “Permissions & Permits” info page and see these links for more detailed description of the services and amenities of our facilities and accommodations.