Nikos Koutsoumpos studied Classical Archaeology at University College London; he then received an MPhil (Archeaology of the Early Bronze Age Aegean) and a PhD (The domestic architecture of eastern Crete in the Bronze Age) from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. He has been working as an archivist and has catalogued, among other collections, the photographic collection of the Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies at ELIA/MIET (Athens); he has also participated in the documentation of the Cavafy Archive. He has published articles and has participated in congresses with papers concerning archaeological photography.
An adequate knowledge of English is essential to anyone professionally involved with classical archaeology and/or Greek prehistory; the present dictionary is intended to be a tool both for students and scholars or professional archaeologists studying, reading and publishing in both Greek and English. READ MORE
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This concise dictionary is intended to be helpful in the reading of archaeological books and publications, and in the writing of papers and articles in both English and Greek. READ MORE
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