Professor of Archaeology at Greenstone College
Geran Greshom is an eighty-two year old professor of Archaeology at Greenstone College who hasn’t left the city in a decade and who has had tenure for the past four decades. He has a wild white beard and a ferocious personality; he often puts people on edge.
When Domglas asked him for information about traveling to Tevis Yaat, Greshom told him about the murders of foreign archaeologists there and the extreme suggestions that were often made to turn digs over to native archaeologists.
Though Greshom turned down Domglas’s invitation to join his dig, he did say that he would write the young man a letter of recommendation if he ever got a meeting with the National Archaeological Commission in Corbham.