At a glance

The table below shows the progress of works in various ancient theaters. Each of the five columns represents the five distinct stages involved in the restoration of a monument:

1. Geophysical surveys
2. Expropriations
3. Excavations
4. Restoration studies
5. Restoration works

Having established a significant alliance with the archaeological community, artists, cities, regions, institutions, businesses, and citizens, and working in synergy with the Ministry of Culture, Diazoma looks after the development of the first four stages. Various complex processes and tasks must be completed to allow each ancient theater to reach the last stage, i.e. the restoration work itself. Some of these tasks include the signing of agreements between local and regional governments and the Ministry of Culture for the funding of excavations, as well as the use of funds raised by donations, sponsorships or Diazoma money boxes to support the necessary restoration studies.

Upon approval by the Central Archaeological Council, the Ministry of Culture can begin the process of adding the projects to the list of programs supported by the National Strategic Reference Framework (NSRF). Only the fifth stage is supported by the NSRF, i.e. the restoration works, which are carried out exclusively by the Ministry of Culture. Diazoma consciously does not receive funding from the State, nor claims funds from the NSRF.

For more details, please visit the relevant pages of our website (Money boxes, Intergovernmental Agreements, Getting Started, Funding Table etc).

By clicking on any of the theaters on the table below, you can access a comprehensive card showing the history of works carried out on each theater.

Monument Name
Geophysical surveys
Restoration Studies
Restoration Works