Aegeus is growing!
It gives us great pleasure to announce that four new talented fellows have been added to the Aegeus Committee of Fellows since January 2014. The new fellows will be joining the existing team of seven fellows in the daily tasks of maintaining the Aegeus website and producing the newsletter, organizing the Aegean lectures and editing the book review department, as well as contributing to the all other Aegeus events and activities across the society’s departments. Our new fellows are: Elina Kardamaki, Elena Maragoudaki, Constantinos Paschalidis and Kalliopi Sarri.
The research interests of our new fellows lay in diverse disciplines across the spectrum of Prehistory and Aegean Archaeology. Elina Kardamaki specialises in Late Helladic pottery. Elena Maragoudaki works more on Mycenaean shipbuilding and experimental archaeology. Constantinos Paschalidis is a curator in the National Archaeological Museum in Athens and his research includes the study of the Mycenaean cemetery of Claus, Patras. Kalliopi Sarri is an expert on Neolithic and Middle Bronze Age archaeology, and her research also focuses on ancient textiles.