Madona Mshvildadze

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Séjour du 1er avril au 27 juin 2019

Madona Mshvildadze a obtenu en 2015 un doctorat en archéologie. Depuis 2017, elle est conférencière invitée à l’Ilia State University de Tbilissi et, depuis 2011, à la division scientifique du «Laboratoire de recherches sur Paleourban» de l’Université. Elle est certifiée archéologue subaquatique. Depuis 2016, elle travaille pour l'Agence nationale pour la préservation du patrimoine culturel de la Géorgie. Elle a participé à des conférences internationales et locales, à des expéditions et à des projets archéologiques.

Le projet 

Titre : Les chercheurs de Claudius Ptolemy’s ,,Geography ”et de la Géorgie historique.

Mots-clés : Clavdius Ptolemy, archéologie urbaine, cartographie, Caucase du Sud.

Sélection de publications

  • Black Sea Underwater Archaeological Surveys in village Anaklia, Georgia, 11th International Symposium on Underwater Research,  forthcoming (together with N. Erkomaishvili, N. Tskvitinidze), Kemer-Antalia 2018.
  • Georgia's Black Sea coast and the prospects in regards Underwater Archaeology, 10th International Symposium on Underwater Research, ,,Black Sea Archaeology”, (together with N. Tushabramishvili), Samsun, Turkey 2016.
  • The Iberian (Caucasian) Town of Artanissa in Claudius Ptolemy’s Coordinates”, TALANTA, Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society, ISBN 90-72067-09-6; ISSN: 0165-2486. 2016.
  • Iberian Towns of Caucasus in Claudius Ptolemy’s “Geography”. Monograph. “Artanuji”,Tbilisi 2015.
  • Georgian cultural heritage monuments in the East part of Historical Chaneti. Monograph (together with Sh. Mamuladze, A. Kakhidze, E. Kakhidze, T. Putkaradze, M. Phagava, K. Qamadadze), Batumi 2014.
  • The Localization Issue of Ptolemy’s “Λούβιον κώμη, Humanities in the Information Society - II”. Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University. Batumi 2014.
  • Iberian town – Artanissa according to Claudius Ptolemy’s coordinates, “Macne”  N1, The Series of History, Archaeology, Ethnology and Art History, ISSN-0132-6058, Georgian National Academy of Sciency, Tbilisi 2014.
  • Church Buildings in Eastern Chaneti, (together with G. Kipiani, Sh. Mamuladze) “Chveni Sulierebis Balavari V”, ISSN 1987-5916, Tbilisi 2013.
  • Archaeological Report from the Zeda Tsikhesulori Site, Vani Municipality (2013y.), Report (together with G. Kipiani), A Journal of the Humanities “Kadmosi”, ISSN 1987-8788, Ilia State University, Tbilisi 6. 2014. 
  • Archaeological Report from the Zeda Tsikhesulori Site, Vani Municipality (2012y.), Report (together with G. Kipiani), A Journal of the Humanities “Kadmosi”, ISSN 1987-8788, Ilia State University, Tbilisi 5. 2013.
  • Stone Arch Bridges, “Byzantine Studies in Georgia 4”, Tbilisi 2013.
  • Iberian Town - Artanisa, “Humanitarian studies V” (in memory of Tamaz Beradze), university of Georgia, Tbilisi.2013.
  • Archaeological Report rfom the Zemo Samsari, Report (together with G. Kipiani), Tbilisi 2013.
  • Arched stone bredges, Abstract of Papers (together with Sh. Mamuladze, G. Kipiani), “IIth International conference Tao-Klarjeti”, ISBN 978-9941-9284-1-3, Tbilisi-Batumi 2012.
  • Young woman's cemetery on Nazarlebi Burial Ground,  „Khornabuji I”, Ilia State University,  ISSN 1512-2999, Tbilisi 2010.
  • A new Upper Palaeolithic sequence in western Georgia with human remains: A preliminary framework from the site of Bondi Cave (together with Tushubramishvili N., Pleurdeau D., Moncel M-H., Agapishvili T., Vekua A., Bukhsianidze M., Muskhelishvili A., Maureille B., Kapanadze N., Lordkipanidze D.), Journal of Human Evolution xxx, 2011, 1-7.
  • “Maritime archaeology over the boarders- A project description”, Caucasus Journal of Social Sciences, Vol. 3, Issue 1, ISSN 1512-3677, 2010, Tbilisi, Georgia, (together with Söderlind U., Beritashvili I., Donadze P., Jaramillo R., Tskvitinidze N.).
  • “Marinarkeologi i Sverige och Georgien-en projektbeskrivning”, Marinarkeologisk Tidskrift, Sweden, nr 01/2010 (together with Söderlind, Ulrica, Beritashvili, Ioseb, Donadze, Paata,Jaramillo, Rubi, Tskvitinidze, Nikoloz ).