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On this regard, the decision to squat a hotel was intentional, as there are a lot of occupied buildings in Athens such as schools, which indeed have large classrooms where to host up to ten families each.
But instead, it was important for us to offer a better housing condition in order to dignify these people, ensuring them a certain level of privacy.
This contribution presents a group of archaeological finds dating between the Archaic period and the Hellenistic period, which, by tipology and group class of materials, might come from Monte d' Oro of Montelepre, site of an important indigenous settlement, probably the Sican town of Hykkara.
The materials were delivered anonymously to the Carabinieri and assigned by the Court of Palermo to the Soprintendenza of Palermo, which, in agreement with the municipality of Montelepre, has exposed a selection at the Civic Museum, located inside the Tower of Ventimiglia.
During our stay in City Plaza, we had the opportunity to meet the activists who gave birth to the project and who are still directly involved in the daily life of the squat.
Here is an interview with Olga Lafazani, from Athens, who has been working there with the organisation she is part of, since the first day of squatting.
At the same time, however, this also entails some risks, because if the police come to evict the building, these people would almost certainly be arrested.
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However, especially after the uprisings happened in December 2008, I think the squatting practice has become much more used.
Furthermore, the housing issue has recently become a real imperative for refugees, so the use of this practice has especially flourished in the last two years.
Among the most significant finds there is the bottom of a black-painted late archaic cup engraved with a primer in Greek characters.