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Andreas Kapetanios

Assistant Professor of Archaeology
Ionian University, Department of History

Andreas Kapetanios is Assistant Professor teaching Classical Archaeology and Spatial Archaeology at the Department of History in the Ionian University. He read for his PhD at the University of Cambridge, worked as a member of the Greek Archaeological service for seventeen years, conducted extensive excavation and survey fieldwork, mainly in East Attica and the Saronic Gulf, surveys and regional archaeological and ethnoarchaeological fieldwork in the Aegean and the Ionian, some of them ongoing, participating also in interdisciplinary national and international research projects.
His main field of research is the fusion of all perceived dimensions of historical landscapes (productive, habitational, ritual, political, etc), among which, the bio-social qualities of a mortuary landscape.