Dr Sandy MacGillivray
Dr Sandy MacGillivray is an archaeologist who specialises in the Aegean Bronze Age as well as the civilisations of Crete, the Cyclades and mainland Greece during this period. He has previously excavated at Sparta, Paros and Kythnos in Greece, at Knossos in Crete.
He has also co-directed excavations at Palaikastro. He is particularly interested in the relationship between Greece, the Cyclades and Crete; the cultures of Turkey and the Levant during this turbulent period, and in the continued interplay between these fluid communities.
Some of Sandy's work is available to read online here and his publications include:
MacGillivray, J.A. 2000. Minotaur. Sir Arthur Evans and the Archaeology of the Minoan Myth. London: Hill and Wang.
MacGillivray, J.A. and Barber, R. 1986. The Prehistoric Cyclades. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.