Ioannis Georganas, PhD

Fields of interest:

Tombs, burial customs and the construction of identities in Early Iron Age Greece, weapons and warfare in Ancient Greece, the archaeology of Early Iron Age Boeotia and Thessaly.

Recent publications:

Georganas I.:
The Effects of the Economic Crisis on Greek Heritage: A View from the Private Cultural Sector,
Journal of Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology and Heritage Studies, 2013, 1.3, 242-245.

Georganas I.:
The Transition from the Late Bronze to the Early Iron Age in Thessaly: Some Thoughts, In: Mazarakis-Ainian A. (ed.), The “Dark Ages” Revisited.
An International Symposium in Memory of William D.E. Coulson, University of Thessaly, 14-17 June 2007., Volos, 2011, 627-633.

Georganas I.:
Chapter 23: Weapons and Warfare,
In: Cline, E. H. (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of the Bronze Age Aegean., Oxford University Press, New York and London, 2010, 305-314.

Georganas I.:
Dying in Early Iron Age Thessaly,
In: Mazarakis-Ainian, A. (ed.), Acts of the 2nd Archaeological Meeting of Thessaly and Central Greece 2003-2005. From Prehistory to the Contemporary Period. University of Thessaly, 16-19 March 2006, Volos, 2009, 195-205.

Georganas I.:
Between Admetus and Jason: Pherai in the Early Iron Age,
In: Gallou, C., M. Georgiadis and G. Muskett (eds.), DIOSKOUROI. Studies presented to W.G. Cavanagh and C.B. Mee on the anniversary of their 30-year joint contribution to Aegean Archaeology, BAR I.S. 1889, British Archaeological Reports Limited, Oxford, 2008, 274-280.

Georganas I.:
Weapons and Warfare in Early Iron Age Thessaly,
Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry, 2005, 5.2, 63-74.

Georganas I.:
Constructing Identities in Early Iron Age Thessaly: the Case of the Halos Tumuli,
Oxford Journal of Archaeology, 2002, 21.3, 289-298.

Georganas I.:
Early Iron Age Tholos Tombs in Thessaly (c. 1100-700 BC),
Mediterranean Archaeology, 2000, 13, 47-54.