Eurydice Georganteli

Eurydice Georganteli

Lecturer in History of Art and Architecture
D.Phil. Oxford University
Eurydice Georganteli

Before joining the Harvard faculty, Dr. Georganteli taught at the University of Birmingham, where she was curator of the Barber Institute Coin Collection. An art historian, numismatist, and medieval archeologist, Dr. Georganteli studies the iconography and ideology of coinage, the circulation of money, and the material culture of the Byzantine Balkan world. She is the author (with Barrie Cook) of Encounters: Travel and Money in the Byzantine World (Giles, 2006), and editor (with Martin Bommas) of Sacred and Profane: Treasures of Ancient Egypt from the Myers Eton College Collection, and the University of Birmingham (Giles, 2010).

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