Oliver Kenzie, BA, MRes is a Cambridge-based archaeologist, specialising in Early Iron Age Greece. Having completed his BA in Archaeology from the University of Birmingham, Oliver continued to postgraduate research with a thesis exploring Early Iron Age religion with a specific focus on the development of Doric architecture on the mainland. He lived for a short time in Athens, conducting research at the British School at Athens and with excavators of the site of Kalapodi (Abai) conducted by the German Institute (DAINST).
He continues to research independently and is a member of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society. Having worked at ACE since 2017, he will now share his extensive knowledge of Greek archaeology with ACE tour groups as Tour Manager and Tour Director, first partnering with ACE Archaeology Tour Director, Andrew Wilson, in Aquileia in March 2019.
"Ollie will be joining me in Greece this year, following a happy and successful partnership previously in Italy with ACE. Ollie brings a contemporary awareness of current archaeological research, specialising in early Greek temples, and is a natural communicator, as well as being great company."
- Andrew Wilson, ACE Tour Director for 20 years