Miltiadis Kylindreas is a Ph.D. candidate at Emory University, specializing in ancient Greek architecture. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Archaeology and History of Art and his Master’s degree in Classical Archaeology from the University of Athens. His primary research interests focus on the politics of architectural reconstruction in modern Greece. He is also interested in architectural proportions and digital mapping.
Miltos is currently a member of the American Excavations Samothrace team, and previously, he worked at the Athenian Agora Excavations since 2012. Besides fieldwork, he created a digital map, which was published on the Dipylon Society website, incorporating 84 buildings from his Master’s thesis entitled The Tetrastyle Prostyle Temple in Relation to the Distyle in Antis Oikos from the Archaic to Hellenistic Periods. The focal point of this study was to visualize the architectural development and the geographical distribution of the buildings throughout the Mediterranean.
Link for the map: https://dipylon.org/en/2020/09/29/distyle-in-antis-oikos-tetrastyle-prostyle-temple-geographical-dispersion-and-architectural-development/