Michael Kosmopoulos is an archaeologist and a university professor of Greek Studies and Anthropology at University of Missouri – St. Louis.
He was born in Athens in 1963 and he graduated from the school of Anavrita. He also studied History and Archaeology in the Phisolophical School of Athens University, in Sorbonne – Paris IV University and in Washington University of St. Louis.
He received a diploma in underwater archaeology in 1984.
He has done many excavations all over Greece and Ukraine and he’s been running the Iklaina excavations in Messinia, Greece, since 1999.
He is known worldwide for, among other things, the discovery of a Linear B tablet from Iklaina which changes everything we know about the origins of literacy and bureaucracy in Europe as scientists believe that it is the first known written record in Europe from as back as between 1450 and 1350 B.C. (Read more: http://www.stltoday.com/news/multimedia/image_2032964a-0fd7-5482-b0e5-64676be76c1c.html#ixzz1r5lqgH2K)
Chryssa Panagopoulou, Grade 2, 2nd Junior High School of Paralia