Eleni Fragaki is a Post-Doc in the VICI-project Innovating Objects. The Impact of Global Connections and the Formation of the Roman Empire (ca. 200 –30 BC) directed by Prof. Dr. Miguel John Versluys where she is working on Ptolemaic Alexandria.
Eleni Fragaki holds a PhD and an MA in Classical Archaeology from the University Paris Nanterre. She taught Archaeology and History of Greek and Roman Art at the universities Paris Nanterre and Paris-Est – Marne-la-Vallée, and she is currently teaching at the Catholic University of Paris and the Open University of Cyprus. Her main research interests are related to Graeco-Roman Alexandria and the Delta, especially architecture and sculpture, as well as Alexandrian science and technology. They also include Roman wall painting, focusing on iconograhical references to Egypt.
She participates in the research programs of the Centre d'Études Alexandrines and in the French Archaeological Mission at Bouto (Tell el-Faraʽin, West Delta), for the study and publication of architectural material.
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