0{{current_slide_index}} 0{{total_slide_count}} Unveiling Fournoi's Hidden History 2015 An underwater survey conducted between September 14th and 29th, 2015, in the Aegean Sea near the Fournoi islands uncovered a remarkable 22 shipwrecks previously unknown to archaeologists. learn more 2023 2016 0{{current_slide_index}} 0{{total_slide_count}} Fournoi's Project Expansion 2016 After the fruitful 2015 preliminary survey, it became immediately understood that the continuance of the survey would create needs which the small number of staff of the first investigation could not easily manage. learn more 2015 2017 0{{current_slide_index}} 0{{total_slide_count}} Unveiling A Rich Maritime History 2017 The third season of the underwater archaeological survey of the Ephorate of Underwater Antiquities, which took place in the archipelagos of Fournoi from the 9th to the 29th of June, was completed in cooperation with the R.P.M. Nautical Foundation. learn more 2016 2018 0{{current_slide_index}} 0{{total_slide_count}} Ancient Trade Routes Revealed 2018 New wrecks dating from the Hellenistic and Roman periods through modern times were found during the season. The total number of known wrecks, including those from the campaigns 2015-2017, amounts to 58. learn more 2017 2020 0{{current_slide_index}} 0{{total_slide_count}} Significant Discoveries at Wreck Sites 2020 The research consortium comprised of the Ephorate of Underwater Antiquities and the Korseai Institute proceeded to the fifth phase of underwater archaeological surveys. learn more 2018 2021 0{{current_slide_index}} 0{{total_slide_count}} The Early Byzantine Shipwreck No15 2021 The sixth research mission of the Ephorate of Marine Antiquities in the Fournoi archipelago focused on the study and documentation of a shipwreck from the early Byzantine period. learn more 2020 2022 0{{current_slide_index}} 0{{total_slide_count}} Investing in the Future 2022 With the University of Thessaly now a recognized scientific collaborator, the Fournoi Project has taken on a significant educational role. It serves as a platform for students, offering them a unique opportunity to develop diving skills and technical expertise in underwater archaeology, thereby fostering the growth of the next generation of archaeologists. learn more 2021 2023 0{{current_slide_index}} 0{{total_slide_count}} A Different Treasure Trove 2023 This wreck has been systematically excavated since 2021. So far, eight different types of amphorae have been recorded, originating from the Crimea, Sinope and Heraklion of the Pontus, in the Black Sea, as well as from the Aegean and an additional load of tableware, from the region of Phocaea in Asia Minor. learn more 2022 2015 cdn_helper cdn_helper cdn_helper cdn_helper cdn_helper cdn_helper cdn_helper cdn_helper cdn_helper cdn_helper cdn_helper cdn_helper