Historisches Seminar der LMU
Historicum, Schellingstr. 12, room K208
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March 2015 Bachelor’s Degree in Cultural Heritage (University of Turin), awarded full marks with honours.
Dissertation title: "Babylon. Royal Architecture in the I Millennium B.C."; April 2018 Master’s Degree in Near Eastern Archaeology and Art (University of Turin, Turin (Italy)), awarded full marks with honours and recommendation for publication. Dissertation title: "Emaḫ and Emašdari. Archaeological and Epigraphic Evidences of Two Minor Temples in Babylon During the I Millennium B.C."
Since September 2018 Editorial Assistant at the Alexander-von-Humboldt-Professorship of Prof. Dr. Karen Radner.
Since September 2019 PhD student as part of the project "Living Among Ruins: The Experience of Urban Abandonment in Babylonia” (Gerda Henkel Foundation)
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