Department of ClassicsUniversity of Cincinnati
Department of Classics

Alexandros    Laftsidis 

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Alexandros Laftsidis is a PhD student in Classical Archaeology. He received his B.A. and his M.A. from the Department of History and Archaeology in Thessaloniki. He has been trained in excavational methods in Pella Agora, Vergina and Archontiko, while later he worked for more than 4 full years as a contract archaeologist in many excavations in Greece (Pella, Pentavrysos in Kastoria, Toumpa Paionias, Thermi in Thessaloniki). Alexandros has participated in the studies for the restoration of the North and East wings of the Pella Agora and the exhibition of the New Archaeological Museum of Pella. He was also responsible for the photo illustration of the book: Akamati-Lilibaki M. – Akamatis I.M., The Hellenistic City of Florina, Thessaloniki 2006. His professional interests include pottery and technology of the Classical and Hellenistic period.

Education

  • B.A., Department of History and Archaeology, The Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, 2002 (History & Archaeology).
  • M.A., Department of History and Archaeology, The Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, 2007 (Archaeology of Classical Period).
  • M.A., Department of Classics, University of Cincinnati, 2014 (Archaeology of Classical Period).
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