Antonia Apostolakou was born in Sparta, Greece in 1994. She studied at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (NKUA), where she obtained her BA in Philology, with a specialisation in linguistics. She received her master’s degree in Linguistics from Radboud University Nijmegen with a cum laude distinction. She has worked as a linguist/research assistant at the Research Center for Scientific Terms and Neologisms (Academy of Athens) and at the Department of Linguistics of Radboud University. She is now working as a PhD student at Ghent University for the project "Everyday Writing in Graeco-Roman and Late Antique Egypt (I – VIII AD): A Socio-Semiotic Study of Communicative Variation" (EVWRIT). Her research focuses on visual aspects of multilingualism in Late Antique Egypt, with the study of bi-/multi-lingual phenomena (digraphia, transliteration) and their socio-historical environment, as attested in primarily Greek, Latin and Coptic documentary texts of this period. Her current research interests include multilingual communication in antiquity, script choice, and language contact between Greek, Latin, and Coptic.