Peter Tomkins

Peter Tomkins is a temporary lecturer in archaeology at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium) and will shortly take up a two-year research position at the Centre for Aegean Archaeology at the University of Sheffield. He works on Neolithic and Bronze Age Aegean archaeology and specializes in the study of pottery. He currently directs the Knossos Kephala Project, which seeks to relate and interpret the subsurface (i.e., Neolithic, Early Minoan, and Middle Minoan I) remains from the Palace Hill at Knossos through the integration of archival, artifactual, geophysical, and architectural data within a GIS environment.