Francisco Javier García Ramis


Francisco Javier García Ramis holds a bachelor of History from the Universitat de les Illes Balears (UIB) and master studies in Egyptology from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB). He is currently doing a PhD research at the Department of Prehistory of the UAB, supervised by Dr Miquel Molist Montaña and Dr Anna Maria Gómez Bach.

He joined the research line in Archaeology af the First Agricultural and Farmer Societies of the PhD program in Prehistoric Archaeology of the UAB. His PhD thesis deals with the topic of the spatial distribution and characterization of archaeological sites in North-East Syria and North Iraq belonging to a local culture called Ninevite V during the first centuries of the early bronze age (ca. 3000-2700 a.C.).

He has acquired experience in different skills related to field archaeology at several archaeological sites, mostly in Mallorca (Balearic Islands, Spain) and Corsica (France), such as Pollentia and oratori Santa Anna (Alcúdia), Son Serra (Muro), Sa Ferradura (Manacor), Ses Païsses (Artà), Puig de sa Morisca (Calvià) and Cucciurpula (Córcega). He also has worked as an assistant archaeologist in the prehistoric site Es Rossells (Felanitx, Mallorca) and for the archaeological private company ‘Abans arqueología’ at different preventive excavations in Catalonia (Spain).

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