María González Rodríguez
María González Rodríguez holds a Bachelor of Arts in History from the Universidad de Salamanca (USAL) and Master’s Degree in Egyptology from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB).
She is currently a PhD student in Egyptology at the UAB. The title of her thesis is: Iconography and material reality of pottery in ancient Egypt”, a project devoted to the comparative study of Egyptian pottery in different periods, under the supervision of Dr Zulema Barahona Mendieta.
Her activity has focused on archaeological projects, especially in the Iberian Peninsula (until 2019), such as the Visigothic site of Castillón (Zamora) or the Talayotic site of Ses Païses (Mallorca). She has participated in different projects of archaeological conservation and restoration, such as the protection plan of the wall city of Cáceres commissioned by the Junta de Extremadura.
Since 2019, she is a team member in some archaeological projects in Egypt as a ceramologist: the Djehuty Project, carried out by the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) in Dra Abu el-Naga, and the TT209 Project, carried out by the Universidad de la Laguna (ULL) in South Assassif. She has participated, in 2020 and 2021 season, as ceramologist of the archaeological project: “Projet Medamud” carried out by University of La Sorbonne-IFAO in Medamud.
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