Antonios Keramopoulos

Antonios Keramopoulos (Greek: Αντώνιος Κεραμόπουλος; Vlasti, 1870 – Athens, 13 May 1960) was a Greek archaeologist. He conducted numerous excavations studying Mycenean and classical Greek antiquities during the early 20th century, including excavations at the Agora of Athens, the palace of Mycenae[1] and at Thebes.[2] He also wrote studies about later Greek history. Among other things, he became known as a proponent of the theory of an autochthonous Greek origin of the Vlachs in Greece.[3]

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  1. ^ History of excavations at Mycenes Archived April 26, 2005, at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ "The scientific work". Archaeological Museum of Thebes. Retrieved 2017-11-23. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  3. ^ A. Keramopoulos (1939), Τι είναι οι Κουτσοβλάχοι; ('Who are the Koutsovlachs?'), Athens. Quoted in: N.-Ş. Tanaşoca (2001), "Aperçus of the history of Balkan Romanity." In: R. Theodorescu/L. Conley Barrows (eds.), Politics and culture in southeastern Europe. Bucharest. (UNESCO Studies on Science and Culture). 94-170.