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Peter Schultz
Archaeologist

Bronwen Wickkiser

John Goodinson
Artist/designer/illustrator


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Peter Schultz

s200 peter.schultzPeter Schultz received his BA in Art History, Philosophy and
 Classics from Concordia College in 1994, his MA in Art History from Vanderbilt 
University in 1997, and a PhD in Classical Archaeology from the University of Athens in 2003.

Dr. Schultz has held advanced fellowships from the Fulbright Foundation, 
the A.G. Leventis Foundation, the Fritz-Thyssen Stiftung für Wissenschaftsförderung and 
the American School of Classical Studies, Athens. He is the editor of Early Hellenistic Portraiture: Image, Style, Context (with Ralf von den Hoff; 2007 Cambridge University Press),
 Aspects of Ancient Greek Cult: Ritual, Context, Iconography (with Jesper Jensen,
 George Hinge and Bronwen Wickkiser; 2009 Århus University Press), Structure, 
Image, Ornament: Architectural Sculpture in the Greek World (with Ralf von den
Hoff; 2009 Oxbow Press) as well as the author of numerous articles on Athenian art, 
architecture and topography.

His primary research interests include Greek sculpture and architecture, archaeological 
theory, Macedonian history before Alexander and modern Greek poetry and landscape.
 Peter is currently completing monographs on the sculptural program of the temple of 
Athena Nike in Athens and on the social history of Greek art, both for Cambridge 
University Press.

Peter’s expertise and extensive knowledge about the specific cultures and politics, along with 
the archaeological findings and Athenian art add more depth to our work.

Known for his ability
 to see things in a somewhat different light to many of his colleagues, Peter is an invaluable
 member of the team who not only lends enormous experience and is prepared to air new views,
 question the status quo and push for new approaches to standard concepts.


John Svolos, Scientific Advisor

John Svolos is our architectural and scientific advisor. See the main menu item 'scientific advisor' (above) to read about John's involvement in the 3D reconstruction, and about his extensive expertise and specific knowledge about the Sanctuary of Asclepius at Epidaurus.


Bronwen Wickkiser

s200 bronwen.wickkiserBronwen Wickkiser is the author of numerous articles on Greek religion and medicine as well as of a book on the healing god Asclepius (Asklepios, Medicine, and the Politics of Healing in Fifth-Century Greece: Between Craft and Cult; Johns Hopkins, 2008). She is also coeditor of Aspects of Ancient Greek Cult: Ritual, Context, Iconography (with Jesper Jensen,
 George Hinge and Peter Schultz; Aarhus University Press, 2009).

Dr. Wickkiser teaches at Wabash College in Indiana where she is Theodore Bedrick Associate Professor of Classics.

Having earned her BA in Latin from Oberlin College and MA and PhD in Classics from the University of Texas at Austin, Bronwen’s years of research and writing about Asclepius and Epidaurus have been funded by the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the Loeb Classical Library Foundation, among other institutions.

More info on Dr. Wickkiser’s work can be found here: http://www.wabash.edu/academics/profiles/home.cfm?site_folder=classics&vdeptid=114&facname=wickkisb


John Goodinson

John has built all the sanctuary 3D reconstructions that are featured on this website. He has worked with our scientific advisor John Svolos to ensure the models are accurate to the best research available. This quest for accuracy will extend into the forthcoming 
work that will include the reconstructions of the Temple
 of Artemis and the Propylaea gateway to the sanctuary.