TRIQUETRA Project Unveils Ancient Wonders in Epidaurus, Kalapodi and Aegina Through Captivating Fieldwork

Under the framework of TRIQUETRA Project, Sapienza University, Geosystems Hellas, The Ephorate of Underwater Antiquities, the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) and Geosystems Hellas, collaborate to conduct fieldwork. Together, these esteemed institutions have set out to explore the wonders of Epidaurus, Kalapodi, and the ancient Temple of Apollo, embarking on a remarkable journey into the past.

Monday, July 10: Exploring Epidaurus

The expedition commenced on Monday, July 10, with Sapienza Università di Roma, GEOSYSTEMS HELLAS S.A. Hellas, and The Ephorate of Underwater Antiquities joining forces. The team embarked on a captivating fieldwork adventure in Epidaurus, a region with a wealth of historical treasures waiting to be uncovered.

Wednesday, July 12: Unearthing Kalapodi’s Ancient Sanctuary

On this day, experts from Sapienza Università di Roma journeyed to the ancient sanctuary in Kalapodi. Conducting meticulous fieldwork as part of the Triquetra Project, they documented and excavated relics, providing essential insights into the historical significance of the site.

Thursday, July 13: Aegina Island’s Temple of Apollo

The exploration continued as partners from Sapienza Università di Roma and GEOSYSTEMS HELLAS S.A. Hellas visited Aegina Island, another key site for the TRIQUETRA Project. Here, the team conducted fieldwork in the ancient temple of Apollo, unraveling the mysteries surrounding this enigmatic structure.

Friday, July 14: Completing the Expedition

The last day of fieldwork saw Sapienza Università di Roma’s partners joined by experts from the National Technical University of Athens. Together, they returned to Aegina Island to complete their fieldwork at the ancient Temple of Apollo. The collaboration of these distinguished institutions promises to yield a comprehensive understanding of the temple’s historical context.

The TRIQUETRA Project has successfully united the passion and expertise of its participants in a quest to shed new light on the ancient wonders of Epidaurus, Kalapodi, and the Temple of Apollo. As the fieldwork concludes, the project stands as a testament to the power of collaborative research and exploration, offering a glimpse into the rich tapestry of history that lies hidden beneath the surface.

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