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Daniele Zampierin M.A.

Daniele Zampierin

Languages and Cultures of the Silk Road (Silk Road)

Vorderasiatische Archäologie

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)

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

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

Work Experience:

Collaborating with Claudia Pizzinato as freelance archaeologists.

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.

Daniele Zampierin, Patricia Moita, Silvia Lischi, Marike van Aerde, Pedro Barrulas, José Mirão, A multi-analytical approach applied to pottery from Oman as a key ton understanding Indian Ocean maritime trade

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.