Chersonesos is located on the outskirts of modern Sevastopol near the southwestern tip of Crimea. Occupied by Greek colonists as early as the 5th century BC, it continued to thrive in the Roman and Byzantine periods. In collaboration with the National Preserve of Tauric Chersonesos, ICA has excavated Hellenistic and multi-period rural sites in the extraordinarily well-preserved chora since 1994 and in the ancient urban area since 2001. Although fieldwork is currently suspended, projects include paleoenvironmental studies, GIS, conservation, and the creation of an archaeological park.
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