Kynosarges Excavation Records
In early 1896 Cecil Smith, Director of the British School at Athens, was looking for a site to excavate in Athens for two reasons: for the BSA to contribute to the knowledge of Athenian topography and, more so perhaps, to use the opportunity as a training ground for students who would then move on to the BSA excavations being planned on the island of Melos.
Thessaly Excavation Records
The British School at Athens holds excavation records from seven excavations conducted in Thessaly and the Spercheus Valley (near Lamia) excavated by A.J.B. Wace, J.P. Droop and M.S. Thompson from 1907 to 1912. Five were prehistoric "magoula" sites that shed light on the chronology of the region's 'early civilisation'.