The Ayia Triadha Excavation Project (ATEP) is a project of archaeological research of the Ayia Triadha Cave located in Southern Euboea, Greece. The project is organized by the Ephorate for Paleoanthropology and Speleology of Southern Greece at Athens with participation of the Southern Euboea Exploration Project (SEEP). The project is co-directed by Fanis Mavridis (the Ephorate) and Zarko Tankosic (SEEP).
The Ephorate for Paleoanthropology-Speleology of Southern Greece at Athens is part of the Hellenic Ministry of Culture charged with the archaeological exploration and protection of Greek caves in southern and central Greek mainland and most of the Aegean and Ionian islands. The Ephorate has so far conducted numerous important projects (e.g. the caves of Alepotrypa, Theopetra, Zas, etc.) and it is considered to be one of the cornerstones of the Greek Archaeological Service.
Southern Euboea Exploration Project (SEEP) is a non-profit organization under the aegis of the Canadian Institute in Greece (CIG). Its main task is the advancement of research on history and archaeology of southern part of the Aegean island of Euboea, Greece. SEEP's work consists primarily of conducting fieldwork projects (surveys and excavations) in the area.
INDIANA UNIVERSITY - Edward A. Schrader Endowment Fund for Classical Archaeology
Indiana University at Bloomington Municipality of Karystos (Δήμος Καρύστου) Canadian Institute in Greece Hellenic Ministry of Culture (Υπουργείο Πολιτισμού)