AIA Lecturer: Irene Lemos

Lectures by Irene Lemos

Oxford University

Irene  Lemos

Irene Lemos is with School of Archaeology, Oxford University, and her research interests are early Greek archaeology and art, state formation in early Greece, Late Bronze and Iron Age exchange patterns in the Mediterranean, and the archaeology of Ionia.  She holds her degrees from Oxford University and the University of Athens, and is a Fellow of the Society of Antiquities.  She is currently the Director of Excavations and Publications for the Lefkandi-Xeropolis excavations in Euboea.  Her recent publications include "Euboea and Central Greece in the Post-palatial and early Greek periods", in Archaeological Reports 2011-2012, Z. Archibald (ed.), 2012.  Professor Lemos is an AIA  Kress Lecturer for the 2013/2014 season.

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