Dr. Peli Plika
Peli Plika holds a Bachelor’s degree in History and Archaeology with specialization in Archaeology from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. She carried on her studies at the International Hellenic University completing a MA in Black Sea Cultural Studies. She is a PhD candidate on Classical Archaeology of the School of Humanities, Social Sciences and Ecomonics at the IHU. She was awarded a three-year scholarship from the Onassis Foundation.
Peli Plika has been working for the Greek Ministry of Culture as an archaeologist since 2009, participating in archaeological excavations in Macedonia. She has worked at the 30th Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical antiquities, at the Ephorate of antiquities of Kozani and at the Ephorate of antiquities of the city of Thessaloniki. She is a member of the team of the IHU archaeological excavation at the site “ Trapeza of Neo Rysio-Kardia” since 2016.
- P. Plika, A comparative research between the Macedonian Tombs and the Scythian Kurgans, The Greeks and Romans in the Black Sea and the Importance of the Pontic Region for the Graeco-Roman World (7 th century BC-5 th century AD): 20 years on (1997-2017). Proceedings of the 6th International Congress on Black Sea Antiquities (Constanta,18-22 September 2017), G.R. Tsetskladze, A. Avram, J. Hargrave (ed.), Oxford 2021, 84-93. 4
- P. Plika, Η ελληνιστική κεραμική από την αγροικία του Αγίου Κωνσταντίνου από τη Δήμητρα Γρεβενών, 10th International Scientific Meeting on Hellenistic Pottery, Thessaloniki 10-14 March 2020, forthcoming.
- Κ. Ράπτης, Δ. Μπάδραβος, Π. Πλίκα, Ταφικά ευρήματα εντός και εκτός των βυζαντινών τειχών βάσει πρόσφατων αρχαιολογικών ερευνών, ΑΕΜΘ 2022, forthcoming.