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Daniele Zampierin M.A.

Daniele Zampierin

Languages and Cultures of the Silk Road (Silk Road)

Vorderasiatische Archäologie

Adresse
Freie Universität Berlin
Institut für Vorderasiatische Archäologie
Fabeckstr. 23-25
14195 Berlin

Education and training:

2018 – 2020
(As part of ARCHMAT): Master’s in “Scienze e tecnologie per la conservazione dei beni culturali” – Sapienza University (Rome Italy)

2018 – 2020
(As part of ARCHMAT): Mestrado em Arqueologia e Ambiente – Evora University (Portugal)

11/2019
“Mentions of Honour” at the “CWMUN Abu Dhabi 2019“

2015 – 2018
Bachelor in Archaeology – Leiden University (Netherlands)

Work Experience:

Now
Collaborating with Claudia Pizzinato as freelance archaeologists.

06/2021
worked for “Archeogeo” as archaeologist in Trento (IT)

05/2017 – 07/2017
Archaeological internship within Nexus1942 project (University of Leiden)

Active Projects:

Collaboration with “DHOMIAP”

Collaboration with “Archaeologists connected”

Member of the editorial board of “Archeologia Veneta”

Past perception of time and past economy of long-distance trade: The Indian Ocean and its globalizing network

Diese Dissertation wird gefördert durch ein Promotionsstipendium des Einstein Center Chronoi.

2020
van Aerde, Marike, and Daniele Zampierin. 2020. A lot of pepper and little garum: an archaeological comparison of the Roman presence at Berenike and Arikamedu. Ancient West & East 19: 145–66.

Schlagwörter

  • Languages and Cultures of the Silk Road (Silk Road)
  • WiSe 2021/2022