Constantinos Paschalidis holds a doctorate in Prehistoric Archaeology (University of Ioannina) and specializes in the archaeology of the Mycenaean period. Since 2002 he has worked as an Antiquities Curator at the Prehistoric Collection of the National Archaeological Museum at Athens, after having collaborated for ten years in excavations at various sites of Greece and Jordan. Since 2012 he has been employed as a Secretary at the Central Archaeological Council. He is also a member of the scientific team in the systematic excavation program of the Mycenaean settlement at Mygdalia near Patras. He has lectured and published studies on subjects related to Aegean burial customs, architecture and pottery, as well as on archival matters, i.e. the history of the Archaeological Service and of the National Archaeological Museum.