The Aphrodisias project depends on the support of a wide range of institutions, foundations, groups, and individuals. Their generosity and long-term commitment to the excavation, conservation, and publication of a remarkable archaeological site is much appreciated. The project is indebted for its fundamental permissions to the Republic of Turkey’s Ministry of Culture and Tourism and its General Directorate of Cultural Property and Museums.
  • General Directorate of Cultural Property and Museums, Ministry of Culture and Tourism, Ankara
  • Institute of Fine Arts, New York University
  • Faculty of Arts and Science, New York University
  • Geyre Vakfı, Istanbul
  • Friends of Aphrodisias Trust, London
  • Friends of Aphrodisias, New York
  • Aphrodisias Sevenler Derneği, Izmir
  • Mica and Ahmet Ertegün
  • 1984 Foundation
  • The Augustus Foundation
  • J.M. Kaplan Foundation
  • World Monuments Fund® Robert W. Wilson Challenge to Conserve Our Heritage
  • Malcolm Hewitt Wiener Foundation
  • Headley Trust
  • Leon Levy Foundation
  • Radford Klotz and Shahnaz Batmanghelidj
  • Merops Foundation
  • Gilbert and Ildiko Butler Family Foundation
  • Institute for Aegean Prehistory (INSTAP)
  • Kress Foundation
  • Shelby White and Leon Levy Program for Archaeological Publication
  • Loeb Classical Library Foundation
  • British Institute of Archaeology, Ankara (BIAA)
  • Craven Fund, Classics Faculty, Oxford University
  • Zilkha Fund, Lincoln College, Oxford
  • Shuffrey Fund, Lincoln College, Oxford
  • Zygmunt and Audrey Wilf Foundation
  • Jack Josephson and Magda Saleh
  • The Kontokosta Family Foundation

A Collaboration:

Republic of Turkey Ministry of Culture and Tourism New York University University of Oxford

 

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