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ELEFTHERIOS DRAKOPOULOS

MERLOT Contributor
ADJUNCT ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Primary Discipline:
Member Type: Faculty
Last Login: Mar 28, 2013
Member Since: Jan 03, 2011

Contributions

Affiliations

Primary Affiliation:
  • University of Maryland System - University College (Education, 4 Year/4 Year + Grad, MD, United States)

MERLOT Connections

Contact Information

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Languages

  • English - speaking level (Superior) - reading level (Superior)
  • Latin - speaking level (Advanced) - reading level (Advanced)
  • Greek - speaking level (Superior) - reading level (Superior)
  • Greek, Ancient (to 1453) - speaking level (Superior) - reading level (Superior)

Skills & Interests

  • Humanities/History/Topical/Archaeology (Expert)
    AEGEAN BRONZE AGE; ARCHITECTURE, CERAMICS, FORTIFICATIONS, ROMAN-HELLENISTIC; FORTIFICATION WALLS, RURAL TEMPLES, TOPOGRAPHY, COINS, LATE ANTIQUE; TOPOGRAPHY OF SITE ABANDONMENT AND POPULATION MOVEMENT, COINS

Education History

  • BACHELOR OF ARTS HISTORY (01/1988)
    LOYOLA UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
  • MASTER OF ARTS ANCIENT AND MEDIEVAL HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY (05/1990)
    LOYOLA UNIVERISTY OF CHICAGO
  • DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY CULTURAL TRANSITIONS (06/2012)
    PANTEION UNIVERSITY OF ATHENS GREECE

Positions

  • ADJUNCT ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (03/2010 - Current) UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND UNIVERSITY COLLEGE

Publications

  • E.DRAKOPOULOS. (1998). HERODOTUS HISTORIES, VOL.3, THALIA. ATHENS: EPIKAIROTITA.
  • E.DRAKOPOULOS. (1998). HERODOTUS HISTORIES, VOL.1, CLIO. ATHENS: EPIKAIROTITA.
  • E.DRAKOPOULOS. (1998). HERODOTUS HISTORIES, VOL.8, URANIA. ATHENS: EPIKAIROTITA.
  • E.DRAKOPOULOS. (1998). HERODOTUS HISTORIES, VOL.6, ERATO. ATHENS: EPIKAIROTITA.
  • E.DRAKOPOULOS. (1998). HERODOTUS HISTORIES, VOL.7, POLYHYMNIA. ATHENS: EPIKAIROTITA.
  • E.DRAKOPOULOS. (1998). HERODOTUS HISTORIES, VOL.9, CALLIOPE. ATHENS: EPIKAIROTITA.
  • E.DRAKOPOULOS. (1998). HERODOTUS HISTORIES, VOL.2, EUTERPE. ATHENS: EPIKAIROTITA.
  • E.DRAKOPOULOS. (1998). HERODOTUS HISTORIES, VOL.4, MELPOMENE. ATHENS: EPIKAIROTITA.
  • E.DRAKOPOULOS. (1998). HERODOTUS HISTORIES, VOL.5, TERPSICHORE. ATHENS: EPIKAIROTITA.
  • E.C.DRAKOPOULOS. (1997). “Asea in Arcadia; a Case of Site Abandonment and Population Movement” in L’Antiquite Classique (66, 301-309).
  • E.C.DRAKOPOULOS. (1996). “A Previously Unpublished Seal-Ring From Ptolemaic Egypt: Heraklean Iconography of Engraved Gems and Rings” in The Ancient World (XXVII, No 2).
  • E.C.DRAKOPOULOS. (1995). “Roman Military Campaigns in Thrace, c. 114-101 B.C. and Chronological Confusion in Florus’ Thracicum Bellum” in Apopseis, Athens College (No. 7).
  • E.C.DRAKOPOULOS. (1992). ASEATIS: The Historical Topography of the Plain of Asea. Institut d’Etudes at d’Archeologie Helleniques de Montreal, McGill University, Miscellanea Hellenica No.3.
  • E.C.DRAKOPOULOS. (1992). “Some Additional Comments on the Matter of Oresthasion” in L’Antiquite Classique (62, 268-272).
  • E.C.DRAKOPOULOS. (1991). “Orestheum or Oresthasion in Arkadia” in L’Antiquite Classique (61, 29-41).
  • E.C.DRAKOPOULOS. (1990). “Titus Didius and his Macedonian Praetorship” in The Ancient World (XXI, No 3&4, 123-126).