European Conference of Egyptologists VII (Zagreb, Croatia, 2015)
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Perspectives of Research
The Seventh Central European Conference of Egyptologists. Egypt 2015: Perspectives of Research (CECE7) was held at the University of Zagreb in Croatia in 2015. It was co-organised by two scholarly institutions: the Department of History at the Centre for Croatian Studies of the University of Zagreb, Croatia (Dr Mladen Tomorad), and the Department of Ancient Cultures of the Pułtusk Academy of Humanities in Pułtusk, Poland (Dr Joanna Popielska-Grzybowska).
Presented paper: Eight Years Following the Traces of Giuseppe and Amalia Nizzoli: Preliminary Results of the Nizzoli Project
The Chancellor of the Austrian Consulate in Egypt, Giuseppe Nizzoli, and his wife Amalia Sola represent two prominent personalities who contributed much to the history of Egyptology: they sold a remarkable number of Egyptian collections and left an important book of memories of those years in Egypt. Nevertheless, they are frequently neglected in Egyptological studies and several aspects of their lives are still unclear. In 2008, the present authors started a long-term project to re-investigate of these two personalities, following their footsteps through Italy as well as across Europe.
The paper presented the preliminary results of the Nizzoli Project, providing information concerning professional and private lives of Giuseppe and Amalia.
The Nizzoli Project
- Other history, heritage and archaeology not elsewhere classified
- Archaeology not elsewhere classified
- Archaeology of Europe, the Mediterranean and the Levant
- Archaeology of Asia, Africa and the Americas
- Heritage, archive and museum studies not elsewhere classified
- European history (excl. British, classical Greek and Roman)
- Middle Eastern and North African history
- Gender studies not elsewhere classified
- Professional writing and journalism practice
- Other creative arts and writing not elsewhere classified
- Humanities and social sciences curriculum and pedagogy (excl. economics, business and management)
- Other human society not elsewhere classified