speaker

CHOGOVADZE, Tamar

Iwane-Dschawachischwili-Universität Tbilissi

tatuchogovadze@gmail.com

I was born on 27th September, 1995 in Tbilisi. After finishing Tbilisi public school #161 in 2013 I started BA of archaeology in Tbilisi State University. I took BA degree of archaeology in 2017 with the research paper: “Clay production of Atskuri (6th-4th century BC)”. In 2017 I started MA of archaeology in Tbilisi State University and took MA degree of it in 2019 with a research paper: “Late Bronze – Early Iron Age seals (research and catalogue)”. From 2019 I started the PHD in Tbilisi State University. From 2014 to present time I have taken part in different archaeological expedition around Georgia and also abroad, such as: Grakliani Gora, Khovle Gora Georgian-Austrian expedition, Tsina Gora, Lesale Georgian-German expedition, Javakheti Georgian-Italian expedition, Georgian archaeological mission in Cyprus (Softades), Armenian-Italian expedition in Armenia (Solak), etc.

From 2015 to present I have red different papers on Tbilisi State University’s annual student conferences. In 2016 I made a presentation: “Horse bits from Grakliani Gora” at International scientific conference - "Culture, identy and politics”, held in Tbilisi State University. From 2016 to 2019 I’m a member of organizing committee and also participant of International conference of student - archaeologists dedicated to Pitt Rivers, which is held in Vardzia Cave complex every year. In 2016 I made an article: “Horse bits from an archaeological collection of Tbilisi State University” in “Tbilisi State University Humanties: scientific journal Students annual humanitarian studies”. In 2019 my project: “Late Bronze – Early Iron Age seals (research and catalogue)” won Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation grant (#MR-183625).