Ms Zoe Zgouleta
British School at Athens
BA in Archaeology (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens)
MSc in Archaeomaterials (University of Sheffield)
As the Fitch Laboratory’s Administrator my responsibilities concern its administration and research support. My task is to provide logistical support for all its activities and assist the Laboratory Director in ensuring the effective functioning of the centre. Moreover, I collaborate with the Scientific Research Officer in the sample preparation for chemical analysis.
Experience and research interests
I have worked both as a museum archaeologist at the Brauron museum and the Museum of Archaeology and Art History of the University of Athens where I gained experience in collection management and digitisation and as a field archaeologist in rescue excavations (Thessaly, Epidaurus and Attica). My fieldwork experience in various prehistoric sites in Attica has stimulated my interest in prehistoric habitation in the Mesogeia plain (SE Attica). I am currently involved in the study of a Neolithic settlement recently excavated in the area of Spata.
Catalogue of sites with metallurgical remains: K. Douni, Z. Zgouleta (2nd Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical antiquities) In Bassiakos Y. (ed) Prehistoric Metal Production in the Aegean, Natural Sciences in Archaeology, Springer Verlag (in press)
Thesaurus Cultus et Rituum Antiquorum (ThesCRA), LIMC, Basel, 2005, Editors in Chief Vassilis Lambrinoudakis and Jean Ch. Balty, Getty Publications, Los Angeles, 2005.