Dr Angelos Hadjikoumis

BA, MSc, PhD

Department of Archaeology

Research Technician and Demonstrator in Zooarchaeology

Dr Angelos Hadjikoumis
a.hadjikoumis@sheffield.ac.uk
+44 114 222 2930

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Dr Angelos Hadjikoumis
Department of Archaeology
Room D13
Ella Armitage Building
40 Leavygreave Road
Sheffield
S3 7RD
Profile

I have been a zooarchaeologist for the last 15 years with work and research experience in several countries such as the UK, Spain, France, the Netherlands, Greece, Cyprus and Iraq.

After receiving my Ptychion (BA) in History and Archaeology from the University of Athens, I pursued postgraduate studies (MSc in Environmental Archaeology and Palaeoeconomy) at the University of Sheffield, followed by a PhD in zooarchaeology.

Since the completion of my PhD, I was involved in several post-doctoral research projects in several countries and a one-year post in the commercial archaeology sector.

I am now delighted to work for the Department of Archaeology, which gives me the opportunity to contribute to the high-quality teaching and stimulating research environment it offers.

Qualifications
  • 2010- PhD – Department of Archaeology, University of Sheffield
  • MSc Environmental Archaeology and Palaeoeconomy – Department of Archaeology, University of Sheffield
  • Ptychion (BA) History and Archaeology – University of Athens
Research interests
  • Mediterranean zooarchaeology
  • Zooarchaeology of Southwest Asia
  • Iberian zooarchaeology
  • British zooarchaeology
  • Ethnozooarchaeology
  • Stable isotope analysis

Current research projects / collaborations

  • Zooarchaeologist for the Greco-American Diros Project focusing on the Neolithic-Bronze Age Alepotrypa cave (Greece)
  • Zooarchaeologist (supported by the British School at Athens, University of Athens and University of Sheffield) for the excavation of multi-period Tell Nader in Erbil (Kurdish Autonomous Region, Iraq)
  • Zooarchaeological study of several Neolithic-Early Helladic (Bronze Age) faunal assemblages from Attica (supported by British School at Athens and Greek Archaeological Ephorates)
  • Involved as a zooarchaeologist and other capacities in a variety of projects in Cyprus, both with the Department of Antiquities and foreign archaeological missions.
Teaching activities

Undergraduate

  • Archaeozoology
  • Science in Archaeology

Postgraduate

Publications