Macedonia Campaign 1915-1919
During WWI, members of the British School at Athens, while engaged in military action on the Macedonian front, made observations, surveyed and engaged in trial excavations at various sites in the Central Macedonian region between the Vardar and Struma rivers. Finds ranged from prehistoric mounds (toumba), both burial tumuli and settlement sites, burials; Greek and roman town sites, burial mounds and cemeteries, miscellaneous items such as milestones, sculpture fragments and inscriptions. Byzntine and later remains were also observed and recorded.
Active from 1915 to 1919.
Macedonia Campaign 1915-1919 (Fieldwork)Macedonia Campaign 1915-1919 (Survey)
Casson, Dr Stanley
Gardner, Professor Ernest Arthur
Welch, Mr Francis Bertram
Woodward, Mr Arthur Maurice
Gardner, Ernest A. & Casson, Stanley. 1919. Macedonia. 2. Antiquities found in the British Zone, 1915-1919. BSA 23: 10-43. Direct link
Welch, Francis B. 1918. Macedonia. 3. Prehistoric Pottery. BSA 23: 44-50. Direct link
Cooksey, W. & Woodward, Arthur M. 1918. Macedonia. 4. Mounds and other ancient Sites in the Region of Salonika. BSA 23: 51-59. Direct link
Casson, Stanley. 1918. Macedonia. Note. BSA 23: 60-63. Direct link
Welch, Francis B. 1918. Macedonia. 5. Ancient Sites in the Strymon Valley. BSA 23: 64-66. Direct link
Tod, Marcus N. 1918. Macedonia. 6. Inscriptions. BSA 23: 67-97. Direct link
Woodward, Arthur M. 1918. Macedonia. 7. The Byzantine Castle of Avret-Hissar. BSA 23: 98-103. Direct link