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Dr. Petya Andreeva

Address: National Institute of Archaeology with Museum - Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 2 Saborna St., 1000 Sofia
Employment, academic and research positions
Since 2011 curator, Exhibitions Department, National Institute of Archaeology with Museum – BAS

Education and additional qualification
2008-2011 PhD student, Department of Archaeology, Faculty оf History, St. Kliment Ohridski Sofia University; Thesis: “Festivals in the Roman Province of Thrace 1st – 3rd century AD”; Supervisor: Ass. Prof. Dr. Lyudmil Vagalinski
2010 specialization in Istanbul, America for Bulgaria foundation fellowship for advanced doctoral students (FADS) 2010
2010 specialization in Deutsches Archäologisches Institut – Abteilung Istanbul
2006 MA in Archaeology, Department of Archaeology, Faculty оf History, St. Kliment Ohridski Sofia University; Thesis: “The religious life of Philippopolis and its territory (based on epigraphic evidence)”; Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Zlatozara Gocheva
1995-2000 National High School for Ancient Languages and Cultures

Languages
Еnglish, German, Greek

Research
Areas of research interest:
Classical archaeology – Roman period, festivals in the Roman province of Thrace, Imperial cult, Eastern Roman provinces, epigraphy, numismatics

Archaeological excavations and projects:
Cabyle, Apollonia Pontica, Durostorum, rescue excavations along Trakia Highway

Selected bibliography:
Andreeva, P. (forthcoming), On the Festivals in the Roman Province of Thrace. In: Proceedings of the 8th Annual International Conference on History: from Ancient to Modern, 28-31 December 2010, Athens, Greece.

Andreeva, P. (2011), The Imperial Cult in the Roman Province of Thrace – In: Che, J. / Pappas, N. (eds.), The Traditional Mediterranean: Essays from the Ancient to the Early Modern Era. Athens. 197-206.

Бояджиев, К. / Андреева, П. / Томова, Б. (2011), Археологически институт с музей – Българска наука, 43, 33-46.

Teaching experience
2009-2010 St. Kliment Ohridski Sofia University, seminars “Introduction to Classical Archaeology in Bulgaria”


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