Independent researcher and archaeologist from England; born 1990.
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My research has recently focused on the archaeology of Troy but I write about a broad range of topics such as anomalistics, meteorology, geomythology, ufology, cryptozoology, Atlantis.
- 🏺BA (Hons) Classical Civilisation, University of Roehampton.
- 🏺MA Classical Studies, The Open University.
(See above links for a complete list.)
- Smith, Oliver D. “A New Suggested Site for Troy (Yenibademli Höyük)”, Athens Journal of History 8, no. 1 (2022): 81–98.PDF
- Smith, Oliver D. “A Checklist of Hypotheses for the Yeti”, Academia Letters no. 2845 (2021): 1–12.PDF
- Smith, Oliver D. “Atlantis and the Minoans”, self-published (2020).PDF (Note)
- Smith, Oliver D. “In Search of the Pillars of Heracles”, Kerberos: KCL’s Classics Undergraduate Research Journal, 1, no. 3 (2019): 69–76.PDF
- Smith, Oliver D. “The Atlantis Story: An Authentic Oral Tradition?”, Shima: The International Journal of Research into Island Cultures 10, no. 2 (2016) 10–17.PDF (Errata)
- Smith, Oliver D. “Atlantis as Troy? A Rebuttal of Eberhard Zangger’s Hypothesis”, Damysos: Roehampton’s Undergraduate Classics Journal 1 no. 1 (2012): 4–9.
- Smith, Oliver D. “Atlantis, Lake Tritonis and Pharos”, The Robert Graves Review (Online Journal of the Robert Graves Society) 1, no. 1 (2021): 215–217.PDF
- Smith, Oliver D. “The Wildman of China: The Search for the Yeren”, Sino-Platonic Papers no. 309 (2021): 1–17.PDF (Suppl. and errata)
BA (Hons) dissertation
- Atlantis and Euhemerism: Geomythology (University of Roehampton, 2013).
Published as an e-book under the title Atlantis as Sesklo.
Rev. ed. Atlantis in Greece (Morrisville, NC: Lulu Books, 2014).
- Greek Myth and the Relict Hominoid Hypothesis: Satyrs and Neanderthals, The Open University Classical Studies Postgraduate WiP Day (Milton Keynes, May 9 2019).