The examination of human skeletal remains from historic and prehistoric periods is the main subject of Paleopathology. The excavation, the cleaning of the founds and the examination of the bone surfaces include a complex system of methods due to reconstruct certain informations of the everyday life of the population.
Parallel to the orthopedic and sports orthopedic work we give also the wright time for medical research, trying to understand the secrets of the human skeleton and muscle system, through the development of common diseases in the past.
Dr. Konstantinou teaches in the Medical University of Athens and takes part to research programs of the Medical University Goettingen/Germany as an associate collegue.
Many of his articles concerning human material from excavations in Greece and in Germany have been published from 1994 until today.
One of the latest results brought the truth about the myth of the ancient Kaiadas near the city of Sparta.
But if we speak about the past we have at first to think about the ancient Delos, the small island near Mykonos with the huge historic value. The place where Apollo, god of the daylight Helios, and Artemis, goddess of the night light Selene were born. Although the surface takes only 6,85 km2 Delos was cultural and financiall one of the most important places in the greek antiquity. Well preserved antique building remains give us an impression of the aesthetic luxury and high quality of life in the ancient Delos.
Every visitor of Mykonos has to visit the sacred island and take part to the unique impression of light that persists in mind for a long time.