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Agnes Gatineau
Agnes Gatineau

Agnès Gatineau is French, from Paris. She lives in London and travels frequently to Paris. She started as a field archaeologist then went on to teach French as a foreign language in university and other institutions.

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Alex Casey
Alex Casey

Alex Casey works full-time in the Andante offices, arranging Italian & Sicilian trips and also tours to Turkey, Morocco, Israel and Vietnam and Cambodia.

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Angela Bentley
Angela Bentley

Angela has always had a passion for travel which was inspired by trips abroad with her father who was a bookseller specialising in Africa. As a teenager she travelled with him to Sierra Leone and Egypt visiting schools and universities and from that moment she was hooked.

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Anna Vigetti
Anna Vigetti

Half British and half Italian, Anna was brought up in Piemonte and studied at the University of Edinburgh.

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Anne Chowne
Anne Chowne

Anne has been working for Andante Travels as a Tour Manager since 1991, whilst teaching in Islington and training early years and primary teachers at the Institute of Education, UCL.

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Caron Fanshawe
Caron Fanshawe

Caron has a wealth of experience in specialist tour operating through her previous position as General Manager of leading wine tour specialist Arblaster & Clarke Wine Tours. She is widely travelled and lists Ethiopia and Lebanon among her favourite places.

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Cem Boyvadaoglu
Cem Boyvadaoglu

Cem has been a professional licensed tour guide and tour manager in Florence. He has an interest in Italian food and culture. While living in Italy, he was a member of the Association of Italian Sommeliers.

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Debbie Paton
Debbie Paton

Debbie began working for Andante Travels in May 2012 and, always craving new challenges, she moved from her initial role in finance to become our Study Days Coordinator in 2014.

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Emilie Salvesen
Emilie Salvesen

Emilie is a passionate traveller and linguist. She speaks German, French, Dutch, Spanish fluently and has lived in Switzerland, Germany, The Netherlands, USA, New Zealand, Uruguay and Argentina.

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Esther Unterweger
Esther Unterweger

Born in Austria, Esther studied Provincial Archaeology and Art History at the University of Graz, Austria. Her other interests include 20th century Vienna and the Viennese Secession, two of her favourite subjects.

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Fay Johnstone
Fay Johnstone

Fay has worked as a Tour Manager for Andante Travels for many years. She has worked throughout France, Spain, Portugal and South America, guiding tours focused on walking, food and wine.

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Isabella Sjöström
Isabella Sjöström

Isabella Sjöström is an archaeologist with a particular interest in Anatolia and North Africa. She has excavated in the UK, Italy, Greece, Turkey and Libya, and currently works as a pottery specialist with the Sudan Archaeological Research Society in Sudan.

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Theo Peeters
Theo Peeters

Theo is a multi-lingual and very experienced Tour manager. He has always been fascinated by ancient civilizations and the contrast in different cultures and has a passion for assisting people in experiencing the cultural and historical diversity of our past and present.

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Johanna Flippent
Johanna Flippent

Johanna lives in Berlin and often works in the Middle East.

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Johanna Flippent
Johanna Flippent

Johanna lives in Berlin and often works in the Middle East.

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Laura-Marie Taylor-Stoakes
Laura-Marie Taylor-Stoakes

Laura-Marie has worked in the Wine Trade for 15 years and has over 11 years’ experience escorting clients on wine tours all over the world. Laura is a freelance wine trade professional specialising in emerging territories and market consultancy.

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Leonie Loudon
Leonie Loudon

Leonie Loudon is a very experienced tour manager and lived in Italy for six years working as an English teacher and travel copywriter.

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Lois Ferguson
Lois Ferguson

Lois Ferguson, a musician by training, has worked for many years as a tour manager and lives near Orvieto in Italy where she runs workshops in photography and botany.

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Marina Bazzani
Marina Bazzani

Marina Bazzani is Italian and comes originally from Genoa, although has lived in the UK for many years.

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Mary Reynolds
Mary Reynolds

Mary Reynolds has over 20 years’ travel experience having worked with specialist travel companies both from within the office, as Operations and Customer Services Manager, and from without, as Tour Manager, ever since she left university.

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Maureen Bond
Maureen Bond

Maureen Bond is an artist who specializes in portraying the natural world.

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Michela O'Brien
Michela O'Brien

Born in Milan, Italy, Michela has over 30 years’ experience in education both in Italy and in the UK. She has worked in Adult Education teaching languages, speaks Italian and English fluently and has some French and Spanish.

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Miranda Spitha
Miranda Spitha

Miranda Spitha studied archaeology in Italy and is from Cretan, so is very knowledgeable about history and contemporary life in Greece.

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Rita Abreu
Rita Abreu

Rita has a lot of experience working as a Tour Manager, having led tours focused on a variety of subjects throughout Europe.

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Simone Aquilina
Simone Aquilina

Simone has a Masters in International Relations from the University of Malta. With nearly 30 years work experience starting in tourism, then as a restauranteur followed by a few years in a EU/Maltese Government Project.

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Sirah Bogani
Sirah Bogani

Sirah found her love of travelling at a very young age, inspired by her family. She moved from Rome to the UK for 6 years after leaving school, and on returning to Italy began working as a tour manager.

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Skylar Morgan

Skylar Morgan graduated from the University of Exeter in 2017, where she studied archaeology and bio-archaeology. Skylar has some fieldwork experience, excavating a Prehistoric Native American settlement which allowed her to explore and understand how communities lived 1,100 years ago.

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Stefan Aquilina
Stefan Aquilina

Stefan has been working as a Tour manager for the past fifteen years. His background is in History of Art with a Bachelor and Masters’ degree from the Universities of Malta and Amsterdam.

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Terry Richardson
Terry Richardson

Terry Richardson has a university background in ancient history and classical civilisation. He first travelled to Turkey as an undergraduate back in 1977 and has been back countless times since then, and he also lived in southwest Turkey for around 13 years.

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Tina Cresswell
Tina Cresswell

Tina was lucky enough to visit many worldwide destinations at the beginning of her career as an air hostess.

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Yamina Labed
Yamina Labed

Travel is in Yamina's blood, discovering and experiencing the differences in culture and habits is what she loves the most. Yamina speaks both French and English fluently and she is currently learning Spanish.

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Tour Host


Ajaya Manandhar
Ajaya Manandhar

Ajayas’ studies in Nepalese history, culture and archaeology combined with his passion for trekking and photography have been ideal for escorting groups on tours through Nepal for over 13 years.

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Amy Lee
Amy Lee

Amy has led a number of tours as a professional guide for over 25 years.

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Ariel Cao
Ariel Cao

Ariel has been leading tours in China for several years. Her experience combined with the knowledge and passion she has for her country make her an ideal Tour Host.

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Ashraf Hanini
Ashraf Hanini

Ashraf has led tours across Jordan for a number of specialist tour operators over the last 10 years.

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Eyrún Björnsdóttir
Eyrún Björnsdóttir

Eyrún has been working as a professional guide since 1990 and has extensive experience guiding people around the island of fire and ice.

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Heidi Immerman
Heidi Immerman

A tour leader for over 18 years, her dynamic style, professionalism, knowledge and insight into the country’s sites, local culture, music and food ensure each tour is an unforgettable experience.

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Johnny Villalobos
Johnny Villalobos

Winner of Wanderlust's Top Conservation Guide prize at the 2019 Wanderlust World Guide Awards, Johnny grew up in Guapiles, a small community on the Caribbean side of Costa Rica.

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Karim Ruiz Rosell
Karim Ruiz Rosell

Karim’s specialities include: Pre-Columbian art, archaeology, and history, with an emphasis on the Mochica culture.

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Manish Nagar
Manish Nagar

A graduate from the University of Delhi, Manish holds a diploma in French. He has been leading groups from English speaking countries for over 10 years.

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Salah Abu Naffa
Salah Abu Naffa

Working as a professional tour guide since 2010, Salah is very proud of his cultural heritage and relishes the opportunity to share this with his groups.

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Yonatan Zilbersheid
Yonatan Zilbersheid

Leading tours to all parts of Israel, Yonatan is knowledgeable in all aspects of the country’s history, religions, archaeology, culture, folk music, fauna and flora.

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Onboard Expert Guest Lecturer


Eugenia Alexiou
Eugenia Alexiou

Eugenia Alexiou was born in Athens. She studied Archaeology and Art History at the National University of Athens and holds a Masters degree in Byzantine Art.

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Local Guide


Bulent Sahan
Bulent Sahan

Bulent has been guiding cultural tours in English and German languages based on Archeology and Art History since 2011. Byzantine Iconography, Roman Empire, the history of modern Turkey and Hittites are the main fields Bulent has been working on and he has participated in several courses

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Daniela Mantice
Daniela Mantice

Having gained her laurea at the University of Frederick II, Naples, Daniela obtained her guiding qualification in 1996.

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Dr Agata Chrzanowska
Dr Agata Chrzanowska

Dr Agata Chrzanowska is an art historian specialized in both Early Modern painting and in photography studies.

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Dr Eireann Marshall
Dr Eireann Marshall

An Honorary Research Fellow for the Open University, Dr Eireann Marshall is bilingual (Italian and English), and she has led many Andante tours.

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Kate Parkinson
Kate Parkinson

After graduating from St Hilda’s Girls' Grammar School in Melbourne in 1985, Kate completed her Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in 1988.

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Miranda Spitha
Miranda Spitha

Miranda Spitha studied archaeology in Italy and is from Cretan, so is very knowledgeable about history and contemporary life in Greece.

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Nick Jackson
Nick Jackson

Graduating in archaeology from the Institute of Archaeology at University College London, Nick later took up a research post at the University of Cambridge.

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Nikolaos Mastrochristos
Nikolaos Mastrochristos

Born in Rhodes, Greece , Nikolaos graduated from the Department of History and Archaeology of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.

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Guide Lecturer


Andrew Foxon
Andrew Foxon

Andrew Foxon has a strong background in archaeology, prehistoric technology and interpretation.

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Andrew Graham-Dixon

Andrew Graham-Dixon is a leading British art historian and broadcaster.

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Anne Chowne
Anne Chowne

Anne has been working for Andante Travels as a Tour Manager since 1991, whilst teaching in Islington and training early years and primary teachers at the Institute of Education, UCL.

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Barnaby Rayfield
Barnaby Rayfield

Barnaby Rayfield was born in Hampshire and studied German at Bristol University, along with subsidiary courses in theatre and European cinema.

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Ben Kane
Ben Kane

Featured in the Sunday Times’ bestseller lists many times, Ben Kane’s fantastic range of books have sold over 1 million copies worldwide.

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Brian Ayers
Brian Ayers

Brian Ayers is an expert in medieval archaeology and is Honorary Senior Lecturer at the University of East Anglia. He was previously the County Archaeologist for Norfolk and oversaw archaeological work at the site of Butrint in Albania.

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Colonel Paul Beaver
Colonel Paul Beaver

Paul Beaver is a leading military and political historian and a member of the British Commission on Military History.

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Craig Alexander
Craig Alexander

Craig Alexander studied economics at both the University of Cambridge and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He worked in strategy consulting at McKinsey & Company and Accenture, and then decided to pursue his childhood passion for archaeology, returning to Cambridge to do an MPhil

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David Drew
David Drew

Writer, broadcaster and archaeologist, David Drew studied at Oxford and UCL.

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Diana Blumberg
Diana Blumberg

Diana Blumberg is an archaeological scientist who specialises in the analysis of archaeological materials. She has worked on archaeological field schools in both Pompeii and Portus (the latter being one of the harbours of ancient Rome), and also has excavation experiences in the United Kingdom.

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Doru Bogdan
Doru Bogdan

A researcher and lecturer at the University of Alba Iulia in Romania, Doru Bogdan is a specialist in Roman archaeology and has also supervised an array of fascinating excavations.

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Dr Andy Fear
Dr Andy Fear

Dr Andrew Fear is Lecturer in Classics at the University of Manchester.

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Dr Andy Souter
Dr Andy Souter

Dr Andy Souter currently works for the University of Reading and is an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. He is particularly interested in the architecture of ancient Rome and completed his PhD thesis on the rural economy of Roman Portugal.

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Dr Angelos Papadopoulos
Dr Angelos Papadopoulos

Dr Angelos Papadopoulos, a resident of Athens, is an experienced archaeologist. His scholarly interests focus primarily on the Bronze Age societies of the Aegean, the Levant and in Cyprus.

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Dr Christina Hatzimichael-Whitley
Dr Christina Hatzimichael-Whitley

Dr Christina Hatzimichael-Whitley is a tutor in Greek archaeology at the Cardiff Centre for Lifelong Learning (LEARN). She specialises in Minoan Crete and is the co-directed of the Praisos Survey and Excavation Project.

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Dr David Rudling
Dr David Rudling

Dr David Rudling is the Academic Director of the Sussex School of Archaeology, his duties include directing the Plumpton Villa training and research project.

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Dr Denise Allen
Dr Denise Allen

Dr Denise Allen began her archaeological career as a full-time digger, working for three years on sites all over the UK. She earned her PhD in Cardiff on the subject of Roman glass and has been working with Andante Travels since 1999.

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Dr Eireann Marshall
Dr Eireann Marshall

An Honorary Research Fellow for the Open University, Dr Eireann Marshall is bilingual (Italian and English), and she has led many Andante tours.

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Dr Elizabeth Norton
Dr Elizabeth Norton

British historian, Elizabeth Norton, has written twelve books on the Tudors, including The Temptation of Elizabeth Tudor and The Lives of Tudor Women. She has also edited the only source book on Anne Boleyn.

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Dr Ffiona Gilmore Eaves
Dr Ffiona Gilmore Eaves

Dr Ffiona Gilmore Eaves wrote her thesis on the early church at Porec and travelled extensively along the Adriatic littoral. She has worked in life-long learning and adult education, especially for the WEA.

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Dr Gillian Shepherd
Dr Gillian Shepherd

Director of the Trendall Centre for Ancient Mediterranean Studies at La Trobe in Australia, Gillian specialises in the Greek colonisation of Italy and Sicily.

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Dr Ian Colvin
Dr Ian Colvin

Ian Colvin is a historian specialising in the late Roman and Byzantine history of the Caucasus regions. He studied classical and modern Georgian after receiving his MST in Byzantine studies, and has devoted himself to excavations at the site of Nokalakevi.

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Dr Jacke Phillips
Dr Jacke Phillips

Dr Jacke Phillips is a specialist in the archaeology of Ethiopia, from prehistory to the medieval period. She spent five seasons as Assistant Director of the Aksum Archaeological Research Project for the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research at the University of Cambridge.

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Dr Jamie Sewell
Dr Jamie Sewell

Dr Jamie Sewell has fifteen years’ experience supervising excavations in Britain, Germany, Romania and Italy, including Pompeii. He has authored books and articles on the archaeology of towns in Hellenistic Italy and in the broader Mediterranean region.

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Dr Katie Tucker

Dr Tucker is a Visiting Fellow in Osteoarchaeology at the University of Winchester, a Visiting Researcher at the German Archaeological Institute, Berlin, and a freelance osteologist and archaeologist.

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Dr Kim Hunter Gordon
Dr Kim Hunter Gordon

Dr Kim Hunter Gordon is a historian of late imperial and modern China with an expertise in traditional Chinese theatre.

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Dr Lisa Graham
Dr Lisa Graham

Dr Lisa Graham is a ceramic specialist and archaeologist specialising in the prehistory of Cyprus.

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Dr Mehreen Chida-Razvi
Dr Mehreen Chida-Razvi

Dr Mehreen Chida-Razvi is a Research Associate in the Department of the History of Art & Archaeology at SOAS, University of London, and Assistant Editor for the International Journal of Islamic Architecture.

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Dr Neil Faulkner
Dr Neil Faulkner

Dr Neil Faulkner is a Research Fellow at Bristol University and a specialist in Roman, Anglo-Saxon, and First World War archaeology. He is involved in fieldwork projects in Norfolk, Jordan, and Slovenia.

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Dr Nicholas James
Dr Nicholas James

Nicholas James has worked on the history, archaeology and anthropology of the indigenous peoples of the Americas for more than 40 years and he is author of 'Aztecs & Maya'.

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Dr Nick Thorpe
Dr Nick Thorpe

Dr Nick Thorpe is Senior Lecturer in Archaeology at The University of Winchester.

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Dr Pamela Marshall
Dr Pamela Marshall

Pamela is an expert in the archaeology of standing buildings. Her interests range from the Classical to the Renaissance, but she specialises particularly in the medieval period.

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Dr Paul Bahn
Dr Paul Bahn

Dr Paul Bahn is the leading expert on prehistoric rock art worldwide, and is certainly one of our best-known archaeologists.

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Dr Paul Croft
Dr Paul Croft

Dr Paul Croft is a British archaeozoologist and field archaeologist. He is the manager of the Lemba Archaeological Research Centre and a resident of Cyprus.

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Dr Paul Tubb
Dr Paul Tubb

A landscape archaeologist and Mountain Leader, Paul has been studying the prehistory of southern Britain for the past 40 years.

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Dr Rita Roussos
Dr Rita Roussos

A native Athenian, Rita taught archaeology and art history at the American University of Athens. She has worked on archaeological projects in Isthmia, Kato, Lossous and Mantinea.

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Dr Rob Dinnis
Dr Rob Dinnis

Dr Rob Dinnis is an expert on the Palaeolithic, and particularly the archaeology of the last Ice Age.

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Dr Sandy MacGillivray
Dr Sandy MacGillivray

Dr Sandy MacGillivray is an archaeologist who specialises in the Aegean Bronze Age as well as the civilisations of Crete, the Cyclades and mainland Greece during this period. He has previously excavated at Sparta, Paros and Kythnos in Greece, at Knossos in Crete.

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Dr Simon Elliott
Dr Simon Elliott

Dr Simon Elliott is a best-selling author and has written books on a wide variety of classical history subjects, ranging from Septimius Severus in Scotland and Roman Legionaries to how the Roman military built an empire.

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Dr Suzannah Lipscomb
Dr Suzannah Lipscomb

Historian, broadcaster, and award-winning author Dr Suzannah Lipscomb is a highly-regarded specialist on the Tudor period with five titles to her name, including 1536: The Year That Changed Henry VIII, which was hailed as “bold and original” by historian David Starkey.

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Dr Tertia Barnett
Dr Tertia Barnett

Dr Tertia Barnett currently works for the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland, and is also an Honorary Fellow at the University of Edinburgh.

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Dr Emma Wells
Dr Emma Wells

Dr Emma J. Wells is an historian of architectural history at the University of York, and the author of many publications, including Pilgrim Routes of the British Isles, which was lauded as “a beautifully written and hugely useful book” by Oxford art historian and broadcaster Dr Janina Ramirez.

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Esther Unterweger
Esther Unterweger

Born in Austria, Esther studied Provincial Archaeology and Art History at the University of Graz, Austria. Her other interests include 20th century Vienna and the Viennese Secession, two of her favourite subjects.

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Eugenia Alexiou
Eugenia Alexiou

Eugenia Alexiou was born in Athens. She studied Archaeology and Art History at the National University of Athens and holds a Masters degree in Byzantine Art.

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Farès Moussa
Farès Moussa

Farès has written and researched on Romans and Phoenicians in Tunisia, Libya, Morocco and Sardinia, and on prehistoric rock art.

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Francois Desset
Francois Desset

Francois Desset is a French archaeologist specialising in Near Eastern Archaeology.

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Giles MacDonogh
Giles MacDonogh

Giles MacDonogh is an academically trained historian and the author of fifteen books: eleven on history and another four on wine. Most of the history books are about Germany and span the period from the birth of Frederick the Great until the reign of Angela Merkel.

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Isabella Sjöström
Isabella Sjöström

Isabella Sjöström is an archaeologist with a particular interest in Anatolia and North Africa. She has excavated in the UK, Italy, Greece, Turkey and Libya, and currently works as a pottery specialist with the Sudan Archaeological Research Society in Sudan.

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Jenny Hall
Jenny Hall

Jenny Hall was Senior Roman Curator at the Museum of London for 36 years and is now Honorary Lecturer at the Institute of Archaeology, University College London.

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Jeremy Bennett
Jeremy Bennett

Jeremy Bennett is currently embarked on PhD studies at Magdalene College, Cambridge. His research focuses on the development of the agrarian landscapes of Malta and Gozo, particularly the rise of agricultural terracing.

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John Oxley
John Oxley

John Oxley has worked in York since 1989 as City Archaeologist and is a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London.

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John Shepherd
John Shepherd

A specialist in the study of ancient glass, John has worked extensively in the field in Europe as an archaeologist, including France, Italy and Bulgaria.

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Lindsey Davis
Lindsey Davis

Lindsey Davis is a novelist known for her Roman detective, Marcus Didius Falco and her ongoing series about his daughter, Flavia Albia. She has also written standalone books, some set in English Civil War, and novellas. Her work has been dramatized for radio and is being developed for TV.

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Lucia Gahlin
Lucia Gahlin

Lucia Gahlin is a specialist in the archaeology of Ancient Egypt and has been leading archaeological tours to Egypt for over 20 years. She is an Honorary Research Associate at University College London’s Institute of Archaeology.

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Marc Morris
Marc Morris

Dr Marc Morris is a historian who specializes in the Middle Ages. He studied and taught history at the universities of London and Oxford, and his doctorate on the thirteenth-century earls of Norfolk was published in 2005. An expert on medieval monarchy and aristocracy

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Mark Corney
Mark Corney

Mark Corney is an Honorary Research Fellow at Bristol University and former Senior Landscape Investigator with the Royal Commission for Historic Monuments of England.

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Matthias Grebien
Matthias Grebien

A Magister of Archaeology since 2014 and close to submitting his dissertation for his Ph.D at Karl-Franzens University in Graz, Austria.

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Nick Jackson
Nick Jackson

Graduating in archaeology from the Institute of Archaeology at University College London, Nick later took up a research post at the University of Cambridge.

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Oliver Gilkes
Oliver Gilkes

Oliver currently works for Andante Travels in the archaeology department, designing new tours all over the world. Oliver worked for over ten years as a field archaeologist in Italy at classical and medieval sites, before moving across the Adriatic to Albania.

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Peter Yeoman
Peter Yeoman

Peter Yeoman has worked as an archaeologist throughout the UK for more than 40 years, directing and publishing major excavations, while also writing a number of books. He studied Archaeology and History of Art at the University of Leicester.

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Prof. Alexei Leporc
Prof. Alexei Leporc

Curator of Western European Art at the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Professor Alexei Leporc previously worked as Professor of 15th to 20th century West European Art and Architecture at St. Petersburg’s Eurpoean University.

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Prof. Bilinda Devage Nandadeva
Prof. Bilinda Devage Nandadeva

Professor Nandadeva, retired from the Fine Arts department of the University of Kelaniya after nearly 40 years, where he taught Art History and Historic Preservation.

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Prof. Nilan Cooray
Prof. Nilan Cooray

Prof Cooray has over 25 years of extensive work experience in design and supervision of architectural conservation work, trained to Doctorate level.

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Prof. Tony King
Prof. Tony King

Professor Tony King is a lecturer in archaeology at the University of Winchester and a specialist in Roman archaeology. He has excavated widely in Britain and abroad, at sites that include Hayling Island, Meonstoke Roman Villa, Pompeii, Leptis Magna, and at Volubilis.

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Professor John Hines
Professor John Hines

John Hines is Professor in the School of History and Archaeology at Cardiff University, and is a specialist in the archaeology of the early medieval period, particularly the material culture and literature of the Vikings.

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Steve Roskams
Steve Roskams

Steve Roskams is a Senior Lecturer in archaeology at the University of York. He has a background in rescue archaeology having worked for the Museum of London and directed a number of excavations in the city, principally the large-scale Billingsgate excavation.

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Terry Richardson
Terry Richardson

Terry Richardson has a university background in ancient history and classical civilisation. He first travelled to Turkey as an undergraduate back in 1977 and has been back countless times since then, and he also lived in southwest Turkey for around 13 years.

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Tony O’Connor
Tony O’Connor

Tony O'Connor is a specialist in the Roman Empire, who has excavated widely across Britain, Europe and North Africa. He is particularly passionate about Roman North Africa, having excavated in Libya for many years.

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Tony Wilmott
Tony Wilmott

Tony Wilmott specialises in the Roman and Late Antique periods, with particular interests in the Roman military and frontiers, in Roman religion, and also in the late and post-Roman transition.

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Expert Scholar


Dr Xavier Droux
Dr Xavier Droux

Dr Xavier Droux completed his PhD at the Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Oxford. His research is focused on predynastic Egypt as well as both the role and significance that animals held for Egyptians at the time.

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Lucia Gahlin
Lucia Gahlin

Lucia Gahlin is a specialist in the archaeology of Ancient Egypt and has been leading archaeological tours to Egypt for over 20 years. She is an Honorary Research Associate at University College London’s Institute of Archaeology.

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Professor John Rick
Professor John Rick

Professor John Rick is Associate Professor and Chair of Anthropological Sciences at Stanford University, Curator of Anthropological Collections, and past Director of Stanford’s Archaeology Center. His teaching concentrates on South American archaeology including the lost city of the Incas.

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