CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS The third field season of the Norwegian Archaeological Survey in the Karystia (NASK) will take place in late May and June 2014. NASK is organized under the aegis of the Norwegian Institute at Athens (NIA). It is supported by funding from NIA and the E. A. Schrader Endowment Fund, Indiana University, USA. […]

We are excited to announce that old and new team members are again gathered in our field house in Karystos and that our 2nd season in the field is just a few hours away. Tomorrow at 7a.m., this year’s dedicated NASK team will be ready for 4 weeks of adventures and exciting finds in the […]

CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS The second field season of the Norwegian Archaeological Survey in the Karystia (NASK) will take place in June 2013. NASK is organized under the aegis of the Norwegian Institute at Athens. The project consists of an archaeological diachronic surface survey of the Katsaronio Plain in southern Euboea (the Karystia), Greece. The project […]

The Norwegian Archaeological Survey in the Karystia is conducted under the aegis of the Norwegian Institute at Athens. The project is funded by grants from the Edward A. Schrader Endowment for Classical Archaeology at Indiana University and the Norwegian Institute at Athens. NASK thanks the following persons and institutions for their support and assistance: The 11th […]

The Norwegian Archaeological Survey in the Karystia (NASK): Preliminary Results of the First Field Season (2012) By Zarko Tankosic and Renate Storli   The Norwegian Archaeological Survey in the Karystia (NASK) is a four-year-long project of systematic archaeological surface investigations in the Katsaronio Plain, which is located in the vicinity of the town of Karystos in […]

On this page you’ll find links to our partners, sponsors, and some other relevant resources. The Norwegian Institute at Athens Indiana University Bloomington Greek Ministry of Culture 11th Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities Karystos Museum Aegeus – Society for Aegean Prehistory Southern Euboea Exploration Project (SEEP) Ay. Triada Excavation Project (ATEP) Archaeological Institute of […]

If you missed our presentation of the preliminary report on the 2012 field season at the AIA in Seattle in January, here’s is your chance to learn more about the NASK-project in Oslo! Time and place: Saturday February 9, 2013 – 10:00-17:00 Blindernveien 11, seminarrom 11 Organizer: University of Oslo, Department of Archaeology, Conservation and History WORKSHOP […]