Dr Nikolaos Karydis presents new discoveries in Early Byzantine Architecture

Dr Nikolaos Karydis, Lecturer in Architecture, will present his work on ‘Basilica B at Philippi and the Development of Vaulted Architecture in Early Byzantine Greece’ at the 46th Symposium of Byzantine Studies ‘Byzantine Greece: Microcosm or Empire?’, which, this year, is organised by the University of Birmingham. Dr Karydis’ lecture will take place at the Arts Building of Edgbaston Campus, University of Birmingham on Sunday 24 March, at 9:15am.

Dr Karydis invited to present lecture in Vienna

Dr Nikolaos Karydis, lecturer at the Kent School of Architecture, has been invited by the Austrian Archaeological Institute to give a lecture on the Architectural Evolution of the Churches of Ephesos from the 5th to the 6th century. The lecture will take place on 25 February, at 5pm, in the Institute of Classical Archaeology of the University of Vienna, Franz-Klein gasse 1/2, Vienna.

Students of the Kent School of Architecture are also currently in Vienna as part of an extra-curricular field trip.