Epitome [ɪˈpɪt.ə.mi], [i-ˈpi-tə-mē]: A summary of a written work, a book, a story; more specifically, of history. The Epitome collection is born from a gamble: we asked top specialists to explain the essence of a question concerning Greece, from its origins till today. It allows the French School at Athens to utilize original research data in the most synthetic way possible and to promote the acquisition of knowledge to the widest possible audience. In a short format, published simultaneously in English, French and Greek, this new collection aims to put within reach of all the keys to understanding the current challenges of Hellenism.
The Thasian construction of Time: monumental lists from the agora
The early days of the city (7th–5th centuries BC)
Between Athens and Macedonia (4th–2nd centuries BC)
In the orbit of Rome (1st century BC–4th century AD)