In the southern part of mainland Greece called Sterea, and specifically in Boetia lies the rock shelter Seidi, one of the first Palaeolithic sites of the country to be excavated. A thorough reference to it is included in the issue 59 of this magazine (pp. 9-12). Other indications of human habitation come from Aetolia and Akarnania.Stone sets of chopping implements, assigned to the Palaeolithic era, have been surveyed by Dr. V. Papakonstantinou in the Agrinion district, on the west shore of lake Amvrakia and elsewhere. Euboea has repeatedly been a research field.