A collaboration between Greece and Switzerland
Thanks to more than 150 years of studies of pile-dwelling sites in Swiss lakes, Switzerland has acquired an outstanding know-how when it comes to sub-aquatic archaeology. This knowledge will be combined with the expertise from Greek and Swiss institutions heavily implicated in the scientific and communication aspects of TerraSubmersa.
The Laténium is the biggest archeological museum of Switzerland.
Since 1964, a Swiss archaeological mission, which became in 1975 the Swiss School of Archaeology in Greece (ESAG), has
been excavating the remains of the ancient site of Eretria in Euboea, a medium sized city which has extensively contributed to
the development and the influence of the Greek civilisation.
With the support of