Elena Tiribilli is currently a post-doctoral researcher (Alexander von Humbolt Fellow) at the Institut für Afrikanistik und Ägyptologie of the University of Cologne. From 2017 to 2019 she was a post-doctoral Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow (Horizon 2020) at the Department of Archaeology at the University of Durham. After a Master’s Degree and a Bachelor’s Degree in Egyptology at the University of Pisa (2010), in 2014 she defended a PhD in Egyptology at the University of Turin. Since 2018, she has been field-director of the archaeological survey in the province of Kafr el-Dawar on behalf of the Delta Survey Project (Egypt Exploration Society) and the University of Durham. She is the author of several scientific articles and a monograph, The bronze figurines of the Petrie Museum from 2000 BC to AD 400 (2018).
This is the first monograph devoted to a comprehensive study of the Western Harpoon province – the seventh nome of Lower Egypt – located in the north-western Delta. The book and aims to reconstruct its history and religious geography through textual sources, from its origins to the end of the Roman era. READ MORE
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