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E. Panagiotopoulou, MSc

PhD student
E. Panagiotopoulou, MSc
E-mail:
e.panagiotopoulou rug.nl

EDUCATION

2012, PhD, Groningen Institute of Archaeology, The Netherlands

Thesis: The transition from the Bronze Age to the Iron Age in Greece: isotopic analysis of skeletal remains from four Thessalian cemeteries

2007 – 2010, University of Ioannina, Master diploma (M.Sc) on “Chemistry and Materials Technology”, Interdepartmental Programme, Department of Materials Science and Engineering in conjunction with the Department of Chemistry, University of Ioannina, in collaboration with the Technology College (T.E.I) of Athens

Thesis: Stable carbon and nitrogen isotope analysis of human and animal bones

1997 – 2003, Technological Educational Institute of Athens (Τ.Ε.Ι.), Department of Conservation of Antiquities and Works of Art, Conservation of archaeological and historical artifacts: ceramic-glass, metal, mosaic, stone and organic materials.

Dissertation: Comparative study of consolidants and adhesives on bone, tooth and horn

WORK EXPERIENCE

2000 - 2011, Archaeological Service, Ministry of Culture in Greece

Examination of preservation and conservation of organic and inorganic archaeological/historical artefacts from ecxavations and museums

03-04/2009, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Department of Human Evolution, Leipzig, Germany

Extraction of bone collagen and preparation of the samples for the mass spectrometer (as part of my masters thesis)

PUBLICATIONS

  • Inferences from the human skeletal material of the Early Iron Age cemetery at Agios Dimitrios, Fthiotis, 2013, Papathanasiou, A., Panagiotopoulou, E, Beltsios, K., Journal of Archaeological Science, vol. 40, pp. 2924-2933
  • Stable carbon and nitrogen isotope analysis for diet reconstruction of a population from the Geometric-period burial site of Agios Dimitrios in Central Greece, Panagiotopoulou, E., in Stable isotope dietary studies of Prehistoric and Historic Greek populations, ed. Papathanasiou, A., Richards, M. P., and Fox, S. C., Princeton (in print)
  • The transition from the Bronze Age to the Iron Age in Greece: isotopic analysis of skeletal remains from sites of central Greece, 2012, TMA48
  • Diet reconstruction with stable isotope analysis of human skeletal remains of the Early Iron Age site, Agios Dimitrios in Central Greece, Panagiotopoulou, E., Papathanasiou, A., Mpeltsios, K., Proceedings of The 19th European meeting of the paleopathology association, Lille, France 27-29 August 2012, (in print)

CONFERENCES

  • Panagiotopoulou, E, “The Early Iron Age cemeteries of Pharsala: carbon and nitrogen isotopic results for diet reconstruction”, ARCHON Workshop “Archaeological questions, isotopic answers?”, Leiden, the Netherlands, 30-31 January 2014
  • Panagiotopoulou, E, “The Protogeometric cemetery of ancient Halos, Greece: stable isotope analysis and diet reconstruction”, GIA Onderzoeksdag / Research Day, Groningen Institute of Archaeology, Groningen, the Netherlands, 13 December 2013
  • Panagiotopoulou, E., Papathanasiou, A., Mpeltsios, K., “Diet reconstruction with stable isotope analysis of human skeletal remains of the Early Iron Age site, Agios Dimitrios in Central Greece, The 19th European meeting of the paleopathology association, Lille, France 27-29 August 2012
  • On the reversibility of consolidant behavior of acrylic and vinyl resins on archaeological bone; Boyatzis, S. C., Panagiotopoulou, E., and Panagiaris G., 29th Scientific Conference of Hellenic Association for Biological Sciences, Kavala 17-19 May 2007 (Poster presentation)
  • On the reversibility of consolidant behavior of acrylic and vinyl resins on archaeological bone; Boyatzis, S. C., Panagiotopoulou, E., and Panagiaris G., Conservation Science 2007, Politecnico di Milano 10-11 May 2007 (Poster presentation)

GRANTS

  • Stichting Philologisch Studiefonds, 2014: Travel Grant for Research Trip in Greece, €1000

OTHER ACTIVITIES

  • 2013 – 2016, Member of the PhD Council, University of Groningen, Faculty of Humanities
  • 2013 – 2014, Member of the Organizing Committee: Research Seminars of the Groningen Institute of Archaeology
  • 2013 – 2014, Member of the Organizing Committee: Group of Mortuary Studies, Groningen Institute of Archaeology, Prof. Sofia Voutsaki
  • 2010 – 2012, President, Association of Graduate Conservators of Greece
Last modified:11 March 2016 07.48 a.m.

Contact information

Poststraat 6
9712 ER Groningen
The Netherlands

Groningen Institute of Archaeology

Job title:
PhD Candidate
Room:
237
Attending hours:
Mon - Fri

Center for Isotope Research

Job title:
PhD Candidate

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