Elina Aidona



ORDCID number: 0000-0002-1974-9105

Elina Aidona got her Bachelor Degree in Geology in 1995, continuing her studies (MSc in Palaeomagnetism, 1997, PhD in Palaeomagnetism, 2002) in the Geophysical Laboratory of Thessaloniki.She spent one year in the University of Leoben (Austria) as a post-doc, working on archaeomagnetism. Elina is currently an Assistant Professor at the Department of Geophysics, School of Geology,in the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. During the last years except from the classical palaeomagnetic studies her main focus is on archaeomagnetic studies and the use of magnetic properties of soils in archaeological and environmental studies.


Kondopoulou, D., Gomez-Paccard, M., Aidona, E., Rathossi, Ch., Carvallo,
C., Tema, E., Efthimiadis, K.G., Polymeris, G.S. Investigating the
archaeointensity determination success of prehistoric ceramics through a
multidisciplinary approach: new and re-evaluated data from Greek collections.
Geophys. J. Int., 210, (3), 1450-1471, 2017.

Genevey, A., Kondopoulou, D., Petridis, P., Aidona, E., Muller, Blonde, F., Gros,
J.S. New constraints on geomagnetic field intensity variations in the
Balkans during the Early Byzantine period from ceramics unearthed at Thasos and
Delphi, Greece.
J. Arch. Sci: Reports,
21, 952-961,

Aidona, E., Polymeris,
G., Camps, P., Kondopoulou, D., Ioannidis, N., Raptis, K. Archaeomagnetic
versus Luminescence Methods: The case of an Early Byzantine Ceramic Workshop in
Thessaloniki, Greece. Arch. Anthropol.
Sci.,10: 725-741,

Santos, Y.,
Kondopoulou, D., Papadopoulou, L., Saridaki, N., Aidona, E., Rathossi, C., Serletis, C. An archaeometric
contribution to the study of Late Classic-Hellenistic ceramics of Northern
Greece. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 29, 2020.