Nicola Math, MA

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Biography


Degree in Egyptology from the University of Vienna, 2014; completion of her master's degree with the topic »The Badari Culture – New Research on the culture of the 5th millennium BCE.«

Participation at excavations in Hemmaberg/Carinthia, Abusir, Tell el-Dab’a, and Nag et-Tawil in Egypt, among others.

Participation in various projects and 2012/2013 research assistant at the Commission for Egypt and the Levant at the OeAW. Since 2016 member of the FWF-project »Palaces in Egypt« and in the restudy of the cemetery of Turah. Since 2017 employed by the OeAI.

Research Areas


  • Neolithic and early Chalcolithic Egypt
  • Development of a unified Egyptian state
  • Cultural identities in the pre- and early history of Egypt

Publications

Editor

Editor

Published Books

Published Books

Published papers

Published papers
  • Math, Nicola (2015) „..Widerstand ist zwecklos - sie werden assimiliert..“ Zum Übergang Badari – Naqada. Ägypten & Levante, Bd. 25, S. 383-420.
  • Math, Nicola (2007) Eine innere Chronologie der Badarikultur? Möglichkeiten und Aspekte. Ägypten & Levante, Bd. 17, S. 205-219.
  • Math, N. (2006) Die Tulpenbecher und ihre Verwandten. In: E. Czerny, I. Hein, H. Hunger, D. Melman, A. Schwab (Hrsg.), Timelines. Studies in Honour of Manfred Bietak, 500. Aufl.; Leuven: Peeters, S. 45-54.
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Reviews

Reviews

Internet Publications

Internet Publications

PRESENTATIONS

PRESENTATIONS

Auswahl der letzten 5 Jahre

11. 9. 2017

»Most fascinating – New Insights on the Cemetery of Turah«, Origines 6. International Conference on Predynastic and Early Dynastic Egypt, Vienna, 10th–15th September 2017