Terence Krigas is a philologist, teacher, writer and Mycenaean Linear B researcher.
He holds a BA in English Language and Literature and Classics, and a PhD in Prehistoric Archaeology, having specialised in the linguistics of Mycenaean Linear B. He trained as a teacher and has taught English and Business for fifteen years. He has also worked in primary and secondary school education in Cambridge for the last ten years, and is a GCSE examiner and ULES Board assessor.
He was Director of Studies at Piraeus Business School in Greece, and in 1980-83 took part in a pilot programme in Geneva, training teachers in the principles of a pioneering method of teaching created by the CEEL Organisation in Switzerland