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 and at Thebes. 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.
- History of excavations at Mycenes Archived April 26, 2005, at the Wayback Machine
- "The scientific work". Archaeological Museum of Thebes. Retrieved 2017-11-23. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
- 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.