We are very grateful to the John S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation for their kind sponsorship, with the help of which this project was completed.
Dipylon also expresses its thanks to the following parties for their courtesy of the right to use and republish pictorial material or to release it under a Creative Commons license:
- American School of Classical Studies at Athens
- British School at Athens
- The Gennadius Library
- German Archaeological Institute (DAI)
- ATLANTIS - Μ. PECHLIVANIDIS & CO Publications
- MELISSA Publishing House
- ERT SA
- Aikaterini Laskaridis Foundation
- PLEIAS LTD, Dimitris Diamantopoulos, Orestis Viggopoulos, Katerina Ghiouleka, Michel Born
- Teloglion Fine Arts Foundation, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
- Université de Lorraine / Direction de la Documentation
- Brazilian National Library
- Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich Library (ETH Zürich Library)
- Médiathèque de l'architecture et du patrimoine (MAP) - Patrimoine au ministère de la Culture et de la Communication
- Musée Guimet, Paris
- Bibliothèque de Nancy-Université de Lorraine
- National Galleries Scotland
- Nicholson Museum, Professor W.J. Woodhouse Collection
- Royal Danish Library - Danish National Art Library
- The British Museum
- The J. Paul Getty Trust
- Universität Heidelberg
- Université de Strasbourg, Bibliothèque Numérique Patrimoniale
We have made every effort to verify the intellectual property of each image. If copyrights are not properly listed, we kindly ask the owners of these images to contact the site owner so that the proper corrections can be made.
For the ATHENS WESTERN HILLS project, collaborated the following people:Matina Lampraki (surveying engineer, GIS specialist), Markos Katsianis (archaeologist, GIS expert), Panagiotopoulos George (webGIS developer), Aspasia Tsatsouli (archaeologist), Katerina Stathi (historian, coordinator), Despina Alexandri (translator), Marina Alexandri (creative director).
Christina Pigaki (lawyer) provided legal advice on copyright issues and Kostis Koutsopoulos (geographer, professor at NTUA) advised on terminology issues.