We’ve found important new evidence that the modern island of Ithaki was once called Doulichion. It’s from a very famous Greek map of the late 18th century.… Read More
A team of scientists from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens has begun the careful micropalaeontological analysis that will give us the all-important dates for when sea levels rose to fill the channel between Paliki and the rest of Kefalonia.… Read More
Odysseus und Polyphemus, Arnold Böcklin (1896, public domain) Unlike Odysseus, it won’t take 20 years to get you home!
Simon is the managing director of Metapraxis Ltd, a business which specialises in financial analytics, and he is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants. One of Robert’s sons, he has been involved in the Odysseus Unbound project … Read More
Matthew’s background is in commercial finance and he is a member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants. He now runs Accounting Intuition, an introductory training course aimed at non-finance professionals. One of Robert’s sons, he has been involved in … Read More
John Crawshaw has had a lifelong love of the Classics, immersing himself in Greek and Roman literature and history. He is devoted to the exploration of ancient sites. Invited by Robert Bittlestone to join the Odysseus Unbound team in 2008, … Read More
John Underhill is Chief Scientist and Chair of Exploration Geoscience in the Applied Geoscience Unit, Institute of Petroleum Engineering, School of Energy, Geoscience, Infrastructure & Society, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh. His primary research interest lies in the use of geological fieldwork and geophysical … Read More