Samuel Holzman is the Jacob Hirsch Postdoctoral Fellow at the American School of Classical Studies at Athens. His primary research interests are ancient Greek architecture, urbanism, 3D modeling, and marble carving. He is currently a participant in the excavations at the Sanctuary of the Great Gods on Samothrace and the Molyvoti, Thrace, Archaeological Project. He has also participated in the fieldwork at Gordion and Troy.
Sam received his Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania in 2019 and was a Fulbright Fellow in Greece in 2015-2016. He has published on a range of topics, including on ancient musical culture in Phrygia and geometric textiles from the early Iron Age. With Lothar Haselberger he wrote “Visualizing Asperitas. Vitruvius (3.3.9) and the ‘asperity’ of Hermogenes’ pseudodipteros.”