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AbstractThe article analyses Erik Hansen’s long collaboration with the French School at Athens and, in particular, his contribution to the architectural study of the Siphnian Treasury and the Temple of Apollo at Delphi, and the methods he used in this work. It concludes with a brief portrait of...
AbstractThis reflective article starts with a personal anecdote, a journey together with Erik Hansen on the Peloponnese to visit an old cypress. He describes Hansen’s empathetic working method, which leads to a better understanding of the whole construction process of the temple. An essential...
AbstractIn this brief contribution, we are introduced to two of Erik Hansen’s restoration works in Denmark, the Marble Bridge across Frederiksholm’s Canal (erected 1739–1745) and his private house in Wildersgade (built ca. 1725), both in Copenhagen. These two examples demonstrate Hansen’s unique...
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