Evi Margaritis is an archaeobotanist who specializes in Aegean Prehistory but also the Classical period, focusing
on ancient economy, wine and olive oil production , and the social dimensions of consumption of food. Born in
Greece, Evi completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Athens (B.A. in History and Archaeology,
1996) and subsequently moved to the U.K. in order to undertake the M.Sc. in Enviromental Archaeology and
Palaeoeconomy at the University of Sheffield (1998). On completing her post-graduate degree, she returned to
Born in Athens, Greece on 1 February 1964, Pyrrhus T. Mercours received a thorough university and post university education in London. From 1983-86, he received a B.A. in Geography at London University, (Queen Mary College and at the School of Oriental and African Studies.) He went on to Westminster University, formerly Polytechnic of Central London, where he received a post-graduate diploma in Town Planning (Dipl - 1987-90) and became a member of the Royal Town Planning Institute.
Ioanna Moutafi is an active bioarchaeologist who specializes in Aegean Prehistory, and especially funerary archaeology and the social dimensions of prehistoric mortuary practices. Born in Greece, Ioanna completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Athens (B.A. in History and Archaeology, 2001) and subsequently moved to the U.K. in order to undertake the M.Sc. in Human Osteology and Funerary Archaeology at the University of Sheffield (2002).
Born in Greece, Niki Papadopoulou received her degree in Environmental Science at the University of Aegean in 2006, graduating second in rank.
I am currently working towards the completion of my Ph.D. (ABD, Temple University), a contextual and stylistic analysis of Late Helladic (LH) IIIC pottery from Mycenae. I have also worked at the Institute for Aegean Prehistory (INSTAP) Academic Press in Philadelphia, PA since 2008, and I have worked as an Assistant Editor there since 2012. My fieldwork experience includes involvement with excavations and study seasons at Mycenae, as both a trench master and a sector surpervisor, from 2003 to the present, and on the island of Crete from 2008 to the 2012.
As an undergraduate Garry trained as an archaeologist at the University of Bristol, and under the supervision of Professor Peter Warren, specialized in Minoan archaeology, including the field research and production of a survey exploring the foundations of Knossos on Crete. Garry didn’t pursue archaeology academically after this, but instead had a fast track career in business, both in the US and across Europe. Most notably Garry founded, built and sold a ground breaking digital educational publishing company, Teachit.
Adrianos Psychas, born at Nauplion, Greece, received his B.A. in History and Archaeology at University of Athens (2014). He is candidate for his M.A. thesis on Early Mycenaean era, especially in social organization through examination of the arrangement of tombs and analysis of grave goods, at University of Athens.
Panagiotis Psychas graduated in 1981 from the Physics Department of the University Athens. He taught private lessons in Physics and Math from 1981 to 1989. From 1989 he works as a teacher of Physical Sciences in the Greek Public High Schools. He haw organised many Environmental Education Projects in various fields, especially in Geomythology (explaining ancient Greek myths with climatic-geomorphological changes). He has given many lectures about Geomythology, the Mycenaean Road System, the Mycenaean Hydraulic works.