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Department of History and Archaeology


Associate Professor of Classical Archaeology


Chrysanthos Kanellopoulos holds a first degree in history and archaeology (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens) and a D.Phil in classical archaeology (also at Athens). He has worked for the American Center of Oriental Research in Amman and as a contractor in a number of ancient sites at Epidauros, Crete and the Cyclades. Since 2010 he teaches classical architecture at the Department of History and Archaeology in Athens. He is co-director of the field research at the temple of Zeus at Lebadeia and at the sanctuary of Apollo Zoster at Vouliagmeni.

Research interests

  • Greek architecture
  • Roman architecture
  • Building technology
  • Digital recreations of ancient sites

Select publications

Most of his publications may be found on

  • Λισός. Η αρχιτεκτονική του Ασκληπιείου. AURA Supplement 2. Athens 2019: Kardamitsa.
  • (with E. Partida) “The Temple of Zeus at Lebadea: the Architecture and the Semantics of a Colossus”. OpAthRom 14 (2021): 363-400.