About Me

I am Michael Stratigos and I study archaeology. I am mostly interested in maritime and underwater archaeology. Originally from South Bend, Indiana, I attended the University of Aberdeen in Scotland for my undergraduate degree. It was here that I began in archaeology, and after completing an MA in Archaeology, I attended the University of Southampton to undertake a post-graduate MA in Maritime Archaeology. From 2014-2017 I undertook a PhD, the results of which are highlighted by this blog. I am now employed as a Research Assistant on a three-year Historic Environment Scotland funded project based at the Scottish Universities Environmental Research Centre in East Kilbride. This project is investigating the Early Iron Age crannogs of Loch Tay. You can read more about that project hereĀ http://www.livingonwater.scot



2 thoughts on “About Me

  1. I am very interested in your work on Crannogs and great that you are doing a PhD at Aberdeen. I am also interested in underwater archaeology and have the NAS Part III and was a participant of SOMAP some years ago.

  2. Your research and information on crannogs in general is incredibly interesting – I’m enjoy your blog. Thank you for sharing!

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