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Dott.ssa Chiara Lombardi

 

PERSONAL INFORMATION

Chiara Lombardi

   
 

https://unior.academia.edu/ChiaraLombardi

https://www.linkedin.com/in/lombardichiara/

LICENSE

 

January 23rd 2019

Italian Tourist Guide n. 01689, authorization to practice in Italian and English

   

August 2021 – present

Research Professor

Mellen University.

Research Professor in the History of Religions

June 2021 – present

Research Assistant

Mobile, Alabama.

Research Assistant for Professor Malcolm D. Donalson, Doctorate ad Honorem of Humane Letters from The Mellen University after the publication of His seventh book with the Edwin Mellen Press, and Professor Emeritus as named by the Alabama School of Mathematics and Science upon His retirement

April 2020 – present

Research Assistant at The Princeton Ethiopian, Eritrean, and Egyptian Miracles of Mary digital humanities project (PEMM)

Princeton University, New Jersey 08544.

The Princeton Ethiopian, Eritrean, and Egyptian Miracles of Mary digital humanities project (PEMM) is a comprehensive resource for the Gəˁəz miracle stories written about the Virgin Mary in Ethiopia between 1400 and the present. Directed by Prof. Wendy Laura Belcher, the project is aimed at creating a resource for all scholars and to the Ethiopian Orthodox Church community, providing Ethiopians with better access to their patrimony, and raising general awareness about the beauty, breadth, and variety of these vital works of early African literature.Most of these miracle stories appear in the Ethiopian compilation text called Täˀammərä Maryam (Miracles of Mary). Drawing on manuscripts from the exceptional collection of Täˀammərä Maryam in Princeton’s Rare Books and Special Collections, PEMM collects information about these miracle tales to enable better scholarship on their contents across regions, languages, and time.

EDUCATION AND TRAINING

 

September 20th 2019 – July 8th 2021

Professional Qualification to the profession of Optician

Scuola di formazione A.R.C. Nobel, Via Renato Caccioppoli, 17, 80125 Napoli NA.

Socio-professional School for Medical Training in Optics (Authorization D.P.G.R.N.10680 OF 26/07/93).

June 18th – 25th 2020

Certificate of Workshop Achievement: “From Sumer to Jerusalem. The Birth of Religion”

The International Research Institute for Archaeology and Ethnology, Via Sedile di Porto 50, 80134, Naples, Italy.

The goal of the class: understand the differences between the older form of religion, as the social function of religion and the religious role of society; how gods become human, and then the end of the totemism; the changes of the divine pantheon as a change of society; the moral necessity of the religion; the religion of the people and the birth of the Bible”.

June 16th – July 14th 2020

Certificate of Achievement: “Online communication and presence”

3D ArcheoLab and Officine On/Off.

The goal of the class: “The Museum identity”, “How to create an effective and optimized website on Google for Digital Museum”, “Web Writing: the visit to the museum starts online”, “Dynamism of a social network: cultural dissemination on Facebook”, “Ceci n’est pas un selfie: art and culture at the time of Instagram”.

May 28th – September 29th 2020

Certificate of Achievement: “Digital Technologies for Art and Culture”

3D ArcheoLab and Officine On/Off.

The goal of the class: “3D digitization and virtual museums”, “3D modeling for cultural heritage”, “Digital restoration and sculpting”, “3D printing for archaeology, art and restoration”, “Gamification: towards a "dramaturgical" narrative of cultural heritage”, “Immersive virtual reality for cultural heritage”, “Museums, digital and accessibility”, “Archeology, Museums and social media”, “Cultural crowdfunding for dummies”.

April 20th – 21st 2020

Certificate of Professional Training course: “Archaeological Expedition Management”

The International Research Institute for Archaeology and Ethnology, Via Sedile di Porto 50, 80134, Naples, Italy.

The goal of the class: how to create, organize and manage an archaeological expedition.

April 7th 2020

Certificate of Achievement: “SW38. Pyramids of Giza: Ancient Egyptian Art and Archaeology”

HarvardX – Online learning initiative of Harvard University, Cambridge (Massachusetts).

The goal of the class: the Giza Necropolis as a multilayered and deeply complex cultural artifact; history and methods of Western Archaeological explorations of Ancient Egypt, and of Giza in particular; cultural, political, and religious aspects of Ancient Egyptian societies to contextualize the Giza site; how to explore and use The Digital Giza Project website; case studies on particular Giza sites, texts, and finds.

August 31st 2019

Engage in Seminar: “Dal Nilo al Tevere. Tre millenni di storia isiaca”

Biblioteca Comunale “Biagio Mercadante”, Via F. Magellano 2, 84073 Sapri (SA), Italy.

The goal of the seminar: a history of the Goddess Isis from the oldest acknowledgments in the third millennia BC to the Roman Empire until the closing of the Philae Temple in 529 AD.

March 20th 2019

Certificate of Achievement: “Pompeii from the Archaic period to 79 AD”

Gruppo Archeologico Napoletano, Via S. Liborio, 1, 80134 Napoli, Italy.

The goal of the class: seminars on the new evidences of Pompeii, as Urban plan, Hellenistic houses, Electoral Graffiti, casts.

February 19th 2018

Engage in Seminar: “Dal Nilo al Tevere. Tre millenni di storia isiaca”

Gruppo Archeologico Napoletano, Via S. Liborio, 1, 80134 Napoli, Italy.

The goal of the seminar: a history of the Goddess Isis from the oldest acknowledgments in the third millennia BC to the Roman Empire until the closing of the Philae Temple in 529 AD.

June 5th – November 3rd 2017

Extra MA degree exams at University of Naples “Federico II”

University of Naples “Federico II”, Corso Umberto I, 80133 Naples, Italy.

Art history of Middle Age I/II (L-ART/01), Museology (L-ART/04), History of the Middle Age Architecture (ICAR/18), Cultural Anthropology (M-DEA/01), Scholastic Pedagogy (M-PED/01), Teaching Psychology (M-PSI/01), Experimental Pedagogy (M-PED/04).

April 10th 2017

Engage in Seminar: “Affinità iconografiche e differenze ideologiche tra la rappresentazione di Harpocrates e le figure infantili dell’arte centro-asiatica”

Gruppo Archeologico Napoletano, Via S. Liborio, 1, 80134 Napoli, Italy.

The goal of the seminar: from a Second century AD Harpocrates bronze statue found in Bactra, how the Egyptian and Gandhāra iconography meet themselves.

November 14th 2016

Engage in Seminar: “I culti egizi nel Golfo di Napoli”

Gruppo Archeologico Napoletano, Via S. Liborio, 1, 80134 Napoli, Italy.

The goal of seminar: how the Egyptian cults were mingling with the native cults, and which was the impact through the archaeological evidences.

November 1st2010 – April 19th 2013

Master Degree in Oriental Archaeology at University of Naples “L’Orientale”

Department of Asia Africa e Mediterraneo, University of Naples “L’Orientale”, piazza San Domenico Maggiore 12, 80134 Napoli, Italy.

Title of MA thesis: “Iside nei testi funerari e nelle tombe del Nuovo Regno: iconografia e ruolo della dea tra la XVIII e la XIX dinastia” (Isis in the Funerary Texts and Tombs of the New Kingdom: Iconography and Role of the Goddess between Eighteenth and Nineteenth Dynasty).

The goal of the research: to understand why the interest of an important goddess as Isis is spread more and more only from the Nineteenth Dynasty.

April 12th 2010 – January 27th 2011

Master of I level in “Egittologia. Metodologie di ricerca e nuove tecnologie”

Faculty of Arabic-Islamic and the Mediterranean Studies (piazza San Domenico Maggiore 12) and Interdisciplinary Centre for Archaeology Service (CISA) (I Vicoletto Santa Maria D’Agnone 8, 80139 Napoli), University of Naples “L’Orientale”.

Final paper: ”Il Grande inno ad Osiride nella stele di Amenmose (Louvre C 286): la dea Iside” (The Great Hymn to Osiris on the Stela of Amenmose (Louvre C 286): the Goddess Isis).

December 6th – 16th 2010

Stage at Cairo Egyptian Antiquities Museum 

Egyptian Antiquities Museum, Midan el Tahrir, Cairo 11557, Egypt.

The goal of the stage: Study on Canopic Jars of New Kingdom.

October 21st 2010

Engage in Seminar: “Iside Grande di Magia e le Janare del Sannio. Ipotesi di una discendenza”

Libreria Archeologica Archeologia Attiva, via Duomo 228, 80138 Napoli, Italy.

The goal of seminar: hypothesis on the Janares descendant from the goddess Isis

November 27th 2009

Bachelor’s degree in Oriental Archaeology at University of Naples “L’Orientale”

Department of Study and Research into African and Arab Countries, University of Naples “L’Orientale”, piazza San Domenico Maggiore 12, 80134 Napoli, Italy.

Title of BA thesis: Il Libro etiopico dei Miracoli di Maria (The Ethiopic Miracles of the Blessed Virgin).

December 1st 2006 – January 31st 2007

Computerize digitalizing and codification of Lexicon linguae aethiopicae by August Dillmann (Lipsiae: T. O. Weigel, 1865), cc. 826-880

Research Ethiopic language project: “Per un nuovo lessico dei testi etiopici” financed by IsIAO (Istituto Italiano per l’Africa e l’Oriente) and PRIN 2005 project: “Catene di trasmissione linguistica e culturale nell’Oriente Cristiano e filologia critico-testuale. Le problematiche dei testi etiopici: testi aksumiti, testi sull’età aksumita, testi agiografici di traduzione”.

Supervisor Prof. Alessandro Bausi, Professor of Ancient Ethiopic Language and Literature, Department of Study and Research into African and Arab Countries, University of Naples “L’Orientale”, piazza San Domenico Maggiore 12, 80134 Napoli, Italy.

personal skills

 

Mother tongue

Italian

Other languages

English ESB Level 2 Certificate in ESOL International All Modes - C1 CEFR (09/30/2017)

French Intermediate

German Beginner

Ancient language

Middle Egyptian

Ge’ez (Ancient Ethiopic)

Organizational / managerial skills

  • Responsible, determinate and self-motivated
  • Problem-solving attitude and ability to adapt 
  • Good organisational and relation management skills
  • Capacity to listen, cooperative spirit, and ability to quickly establish a respectful and polite rapport with co-workers

Job-related skills

  • Office, Open-office, Internet, Illustrator and AutoCAD images processing programs, Jsesh, Winglyph,and Tavultesoft Keyman word processing programs.

Driving licence

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

Archaeological excavations

 

September 4th – October 6th 2017

Supervisor at the Archaeological excavation school in Cuma, Director of Cuma Archaeological Mission “Kyme III” Prof. Matteo D’Acunto, Professor of Greek Archaeology, Department of Asia, Africa e Mediterraneo, University of Naples “L’Orientale”. 

September 5th – October 7th 2016

Archaeological excavation school in Cuma, Supervisors Dr.ssa Mariangela Barbato and Dr. Stefano Iavarone (University of Naples, “L’Orientale”), Director of Cuma Archaeological Mission “Kyme III” Prof. Matteo D’Acunto, Professor of Greek Archaeology, Department of Asia, Africa e Mediterraneo, University of Naples “L’Orientale”. 

June 22nd – July 31st 2015

Archaeological excavation at Salapia, Trinitapoli (FG), Supervisor Dr. Darian Totten (Davidson College, North Carolina), Director of Salapia Exploration Project (Unifg and Davidson College cooperation) “Life on the lagoon” Prof. Giuliano Volpe, Professor of Christian and Medieval Archaeology, Department of Human Sciences, University of Foggia.

September 1st – October 10th 2014

Archaeological excavation school in Cuma, Supervisor Dr. Stefano Iavarone (University of Naples, “L’Orientale”), Director of Cuma Archaeological Mission “Kyme III” Prof. Matteo D’Acunto, Professor of Greek Archaeology, Department of Asia, Africa e Mediterraneo, University of Naples “L’Orientale”. 

May 12th – 30th 2014

Archaeological excavation in Santa Marta, Supervisor Dr. Emanuele Vaccaro (University of Cambridge), Director of Santa Marta Project Archaeological Mission Prof. Stefano Campana, Professor of Ancient Topography, Laboratory of Landscape Archaeology and Remote Sensing, Department of Historical Sciences and Cultural Heritage, University of Siena. 

September 2nd – October 11th 2013

Archaeological excavation school in Cuma, Supervisor Dr. Stefano Iavarone (University of Naples, “L’Orientale”), Director of Cuma Archaeological Mission “Kyme III” Prof. Matteo D’Acunto, Professor of Greek Archaeology, Department of Asia, Africa e Mediterraneo, University of Naples “L’Orientale”. 

September 5th – 30th 2011

Archaeological excavation in Pompeii, Supervisor Dr. Dora D’Auria (University of Naples, “L’Orientale”), Director of Pompeii Archaeological Mission “Pompeii Regio VI” Prof. Fabrizio Pesando, Professor of Archaeology of Magna Graecia and Antiquities of Pompeii and Herculaneum, Department of the Classical World and the Ancient Mediterranean, University of Naples “L’Orientale”. 

May 2nd – 14th 2011

Archaeological excavation at Abbey of Saint Mary of Pulsano, Supervisor Dr. Daniele Cassai (University of Siena), Director Paolo Maulucci, Operative Centre of Foggia, Archaeological Supervision of Puglia.

October 4th – 30th 2010

Archaeological excavation in Pompeii, Supervisor Dr. Dora D’Auria (University of Naples, “L’Orientale”), Director of Pompeii Archaeological Mission “Pompeii Regio VI” Prof. Fabrizio Pesando, Professor of Archaeology of Magna Graecia and Antiquities of Pompeii and Herculaneum, Department of the Classical World and the Ancient Mediterranean, University of Naples “L’Orientale”. 

September 17th – October 12th 2007

Archaeological excavation school in Cuma, Supervisor Dr. Marco Giglio(University of Naples, “L’Orientale”), Director of Cuma Archaeological Mission “Kyme III” Prof. Matteo D’Acunto, Professor of Greek Archaeology, Department of the Classical World and the Ancient Mediterranean, University of Naples “L’Orientale”.

   

publications

 

June 2021

Lombardi Chiara, A history of the goddess Isis, edited by M. D. Donalson, The Edwin Mellen Press, Lewiston – Queenston – Lampeter, in press.

An analysis of the historical background of the goddess Isis from her oldest attestations in the Pyramid Texts until the 7th century ce; of her essence and the probable origins of her name; a catalogue of funerary texts and objects of the Eighteenth Dynasty in which the goddess appears.

May 7th  2021

Il concepimento postumo di Horus. Un’ analisi

Mediterraneo Antico: https://mediterraneoantico.it/articoli/il-concepimento-postumo-di-h

orus-unanalisi/

June 6th  2020

Morire nell’antico Egitto. “Che tu possa vivere per sempre come Ra vive per sempre”

Mediterraneo Antico: https://mediterraneoantico.it/articoli/news/morire-nellantico-egitto-che-tu-possa-vivere-per-sempre-come-ra-vive-per-sempre/