D’Ercole Giulia

Main Areas of Research

African Prehistory, Nubian cultures, pottery technology and style, cultural traditions and identities, archaeometric methodologies for the characterization of the ceramic materials (petrographic, mineralogical and chemical analyses



2012    Dr phil awarded in Prehistoric Archaeology, Sapienza – University of Rome, Italy

2008    Master Degree (MA) in Archaeology, Sapienza – University of Rome, Italy

2005   Bachelor Degree (BA) in Archaelogical Sciences, Sapienza – University of Rome, Italy


From 4/2013 to 03/2016 PostDoc researcher of the ERC Starting Grant project AcrossBorders, hosted by the Austrian Academy of Sciences until 03/2015 and by the Ludwig Maximilians University Munich, Germany from 04/2015

04/2016-09/2016 Adjunct Professor (with ranks) in Prehistory and Protohistory for B.A. and M.A. students at the University of Cassino and Southern Latium, Department of Letters and Philosophy, Cassino, Italy

10/2016-04/2017 PostDoc researcher at the Ludwigs-Maximilians-Universität, Munich, Germany

Since 2017 Responsible (freelancer) for the petrographic study (OM) of the ceramic sample from the Sphinx site (SBK.W-60), Jebel Sabaloka, Sudan. Study entrusted by dr. Lenka Varadizinovà of Charles University, Faculty of Arts in Prague, Czech Republic

Since 2018 PostDoc researcher of the MUFAS Project, LMU Munich