Degree Title Dates Archaeology - UCL Institute of Archaeologys 09/2012 - 05/2013 Anthropology MRes - University College London 09/2007 - 08/2011 GCE Advanced Level - N. Bridge House Senior Canonbury 09/2000 - 06/2007
Dates From/To 07/2015 - Present Job title, Employer Heritage Consultant, WESSEX ARCHAEOLOGYWessex Archaeology is a leading provider of heritage services to a range of sectors and clients across the UK.I worked on commercial heritage consultancy projects, undertook desk based research, heritage planning guidance and conservation policy, as well as assessed impacts to the setting and significance of heritage assets. Dates From/To 10/2014 - 07/2015 Job title, Employer Junior Archaeologist, ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE OF CARTHAGEAfter having worked on Tunisia?s famous archaeological site as a trainee in 2009, I had the great honor of being able to manage a discrete area of work, restoring some recently discovered hot springs. Dates From/To 06/2013 - 10/2014 Job title, Employer English Speaking Guide, MAC EMPÚRIESI spent a year as one of the English Speaking Guides at the Empúries archaeological site located in the northern mediterranean coast of Spain. Empúries is the only archaeological site in the Iberian Peninsula where there remains a Greek - Emporion colony. In this enclave, there are remains from a Roman city that was founded in the early 1st century BC, as well as structures from a Roman military camp installed during the previous century. Dates From/To 07/2009 - 09/2009 Job title, Employer Archaeology Trainee, ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE OF CARTHAGEMy internship consisted in fieldwork, helping the District of Tunis Archaeological staff on the restoration and maintenance work at the Archaeological Site of Carthage which has been protected by Unesco Heritage Program for Historic Monuments since 1985.Carthage was founded in the 9th century B.C. on the Gulf of Tunis. From the 6th century onwards, it developed into a great trading empire covering much of the Mediterranean and was home to a brilliant civilization. During the long course of the Punic Wars, Carthage occupied territories belonging to Rome. The Romans finally destroyed their rival in 146 B.C. A second Roman settlement was then established on the original ruins of Carthage.
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