Nick Daisley, archaeologist

Nick studied Classics and Archaeology at Bedford College and the Institute of Archaeology in London. He has researched the Minoan and Mycenean civilisations, ancient religion, the early Christian Church, and impacts of the Roman Empire on Mediterranean coasts and beyond, working on surveys and excavations in Greece, Italy, Cyprus and the UK.

From 1991 to 1998 he was director of an Early Music record company, and retains a keen interest in the early development of European music.

While earning his living in Information Technology, his research interests remain the Bronze Age Aegean; seafaring, migration and exploration; archaeological techniques; and long term environmental change in the Mediterranean.

He has lectured on cruises for Voyages to Antiquity, and Voyages of Discovery, during 2010.

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N W Daisley
45 Park Close,
Cutteslowe Park,
Oxford OX2 8NP
h.+44 1865 553826,
m.44 7876 337302
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