Jere Drpić, doctoral candidate

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Born in 1989 in Split, Croatia. He graduated in archeology at the Department of Archeology, University of Zadar, in 2015. He became a curator in 2017 after  completing professional training for work in the City Museum of Varaždin. In the same year he was employed as a curator, in the archeological department at the same institution. He was employed at the Institute of Archeology in 2019, as a replacement in the Department of Scientific Archaeological Documentation (Arhindoks). In September 2020, he was employed in the same institution as an assistant/doctoral student on the founding project of the Croatian Science Foundation,  "LIFE ON ROMAN ROAD: communications, trade and identities on Roman roads in Croatia from 1st - 8th CE" (Project leader: Ivana Ožanić Roguljić).

He has participated in several systematic archaeological excavations, archaeological surveys and field surveys as a documentarian, leader or deputy leader of research in Croatia and abroad, of which systematic international research at the ancient site "Novo Selo-Bunje, island of Brač" (2016-2019) stands out. Institute of Archeology Zagreb, CNRS Center Camile Julian (Aix-en-Provence), Université Paris-Est Marne-la Vallée (Paris).

His research interests include the period of antiquity, archaeological GIS, landscape archeology, road archeology, Roman roads, experimental archeology


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