Digital Heritage Research Lab

Antria Karaoli

I have completed my Bachelor’s degree in History and Archaeology at the National andKapodistrian University of Athens and I obtained my Master’s degree in Field Archaeology on Land and Under the Sea at the University of Cyprus. During my undergraduate studies I had the opportunity to work at the Epigraphical Museum of Athens, while during my postgraduate studies I participated in several archaeological projects, such as the excavation programme of the archaeological site “Akrotiri – Dreamer’s Bay” directed by the Department of Archaeology and History of the University of Leicester and the study of the archaeological material from the 2009-2013 excavation season at Heraion, in Samos, Greece, directed by Dr Ourania Kouka
(University of Cyprus). My research interests in Roman archaeology and amphorae were expressed through my Master’s thesis titled “Roman Amphorae from Sites of the Cypriot Coastscape”. I am currently working as a PhD fellow /ESR at the newly established UNESCO and European Research Area Chairs on Digital Cultural Heritage within the Digital Heritage Research Laboratory (DHRLab) of the Cyprus University of Technology (CUT) in the research field of Digital Heritage and Cultural informatics.

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