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ARCHAEOLOGICAL ARCHIVE ACCESS REQUEST
The Archaeological Archives at the American Academy in Rome contain unique collections pertaining to the Academy's excavations, principally at Cosa and Regia:

COSA: The collection is composed of materials concerning the excavation at Cosa (Ansedonia) in southwestern Tuscany, carried out under the auspices of the American Academy in Rome by Frank E. Brown (1948-54, 1965-72) and continued in the 1990s under the direction of Elizabeth Fentress.

REGIA: The Regia archive details the groundbreaking excavations carried out in the Forum Romanum in 1964-5 by Frank E. Brown. Due to ill health, Brown never completed the final publication, but left behind a detailed archive, including notebooks, plans, sections, finds cards and photos. The contents of the Regia collection were digitized during 2014-2015 and are being made available via the Academy's Digital Humanities Center for research purposes.

***ACCESS REQUESTS WILL BE EVALUATED. REQUESTS MUST BE PLACED IN ADVANCE OF THE DAY OF CONSULTATION. UNANNOUNCED VISITS OR SAME-DAY REQUESTS CANNOT BE ACCOMMODATED.***

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i.e. Cosa - designs / city plan
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