The following are a selection of Links to Classical Departments, Archaeological Institutions and sites which are of interest to both Irish and Greek scholars.

Some of these sites are chosen because of the academic excellence of the department in question, some because of the extensive or well-designed on-line teaching resources they offer. Some are chosen because members of the IIHSA have contacts or friends in these institutions. If there is a site that you would like to see posted here, please contact the Webmaster.

Irish Academic Departments and relevant sites Greek Academic Departments and revelant sites

Irish Academic Departments and relevant sites

Trinity College Dublin

Department of Classics

NUI Cork

Department of Ancient Classics

Department of Archaeology

Béaloideas / Folklore & Ethnology

University College Dublin

School of Archaeology

School of Classics

NUI Galway

Department of Archaeology

Department of Classics

NUI Maynooth

Department of Ancient Classics

Department of Anthropology

Other sites

Classical Association of Ireland

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Greek Academic Departments and relevant sites

University of Crete History & Archaeology

University of Thessaloniki

Greek Ministry of Culture

Alphabetical List of Greek Museums

Greek National Tourism Organisation (GNTO)

National Hellenic Research Foundation

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Other useful academic links

The Classical Association offers the most comprehensive list of Classicists and Classical Departments in the United Kingdom.

American School of Classical Studies

British School at Athens

Cyprus American Archaeological Research Institute (CAARI)

Jerry Rutter's Prehistoric Archaeology of the Aegean

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Other sites of note

Athens News Agency

Athens Weather

Backgammon On-line

Crete Weather

Interkriti- one of the best resources of information about Crete

Odaios Foods

Ourios Travel- Heraklion based travel agent for the IIHSA

Crete in Pictures- Ian Swindale's beautiful photographs

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