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Erika Roboz

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PERSONAL DATA
Date of Birth, place: 11th July 1984, Budapest
Nationality: Hungarian
E-mail: erika.roboz@gmail.com;  erika.roboz@szepmuveszeti.hu                     
Phone number: +3630-600-7784
 
PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND STATEMENT 
2003–2008
Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary, Budapest MA: Department of History (with training in Religious History) MA Thesis: A mezopotámiai démonvilág bemutatása az ikonográfia és a források tükrében [Imagery of the Mesopotamian demons in the light of iconography and textual sources]
 
2009–2012
Pázmány Péter Catholic University Doctoral School in History, Doctoral Program: Ancient Intellectual History Obtaining the Certification of Completion of Training (Absolutorium)
 
2018–2021
PhD. candidate
2021 - PhD. 
Title of the Dissertation: Motifs of Smiting in the Syro-Palestinian Iconography: Proofs of Intercultural Exchange between Egypt and the Levantine Region (A Comparative Study) 
 
2014–
Museum of Fine Arts Budapest
2014–2015
Trainee, Department of Egyptian Collection Participating in arranging and organizing the removal of the Egyptian Collection due to the museum's renovation work, and coordinating and creating a digital catalogue of the collection, organizing the migration of the 7,000 volume collection library and updating and managing the library, creating a database complete with bibliography for an online catalogue of the statues of the collection, and creating and editing a database of the Ancient Near Eastern objects of the collection. 
 
2016–
TMS System Administrator (full-time), Digital Media and Photo Department Building and developing an integrated museum collection management system (The Museum System) used by the institution to meet the specific needs of the collections, ongoing needs assessment and data reconciliation, as well as data cleansing through the museum collections. Customizing and maintaining the various modules of the system, keeping in mind museological aspects. Participating in the preparation of the movement of objects and provide digital support for the move through the system. Development of a Thesaurus for Fine Art Material Technologies. Management of the digital database of the Egyptian Collection. 
 
2018–
Co-curator of the Ancient Near Eastern unit of the Egyptian Collection with Zoltan Niederreiter
Participation in the design and professional development the Ancient Near Eastern cabinet in the permanent exhibition of the Egyptian Collection at the museum’s reopening at 2018. Presenting educational guides, participating in museum lectures related to the material of the collection unit. 
 
RESEARCH EXPERIENCE (FELLOWSHIPS, SCOLARSHIPS)
01.09.2019–30.09.2019 - Campus Mundi short term fellowship: Universität Bern (Bern/Switzerland) / Theologische Fakultät – Institut für Bibelwissenschaft (IBW) - Ancient Near Eastern Cultures Relating to Pre-Islamic Palestine/Israel
 
01.12.2013–06.12.2013 - TÁMOP-4.2.2/B-10/1-2010-0014 short-term fellowship: Universität Bern (Bern/Switzerland) / Theologische Fakultät – Institut für Bibelwissenschaft (IBW) - Ancient Near Eastern Cultures Relating to Pre-Islamic Palestine/Israel
 
01.03.2013–30.03.2013 - TÁMOP-4.2.2/B-10/1-2010-0014 short-term fellowship: Universität Bern (Bern/Switzerland) / Theologische Fakultät – Institut für Bibelwissenschaft (IBW) - Ancient Near Eastern Cultures Relating to Pre-Islamic Palestine/Israel 
 
EXCAVATION FIELDWORK
July, 2004, and 2005 - Participant in the summer season excavations of a Late Roman military camp Mušov-Burgstall (Dolny Dunajovice) Institute of Archaeology of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Brno
September, 2005 - Archaeological fieldwork and visit the ancient Roman military camps and settlements in Dacia province in the Transylvanian region, Romania
September, 2006 - Archaeological fieldwork and visit the ancient Roman military camps and settlements in Dacia province in the Transylvanian region, Romania
September, 2007 - Archaeological fieldwork and visit the ancient Roman military camps and settlements in Dacia province in the Transylvanian region, Romania: Potaissa, Porolissum, Sarmizegetusa (Ulpia Traiana)
 
STUDY TRIPS, VISITS OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES AND MUSEUMS
October, 2005 - Madaba, Jerash, Petra, El Kerak, Ajlun, Damascus, The Jordan Archaeological Museum, Wadi Rum rock carvings
March, 2018 - Archaeological sites of ancient Egypt Egyptian Antiquities Museum (Cairo), Saqqara, Giza Pyramids, Luxor, The Valley of Kings, Memphis, the Karnak temple complex, Kom Ombo, Aswan, island of Philae, Abu Simbel, Deir el-Medina, Deir el-Bahari, Edfu, Medinet Habu, Dendera temple complex
 
MEMBERSHIP
since 2019 - Magyar Ókortudományi Társaság (Hungarian Society of Classical Studies)
since 2020 - European Association of Biblical Studies (EABS) 
 
CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS
22.11.2018 - Vallástörténeti Workshop: Állatok a vallásokban (Budapest) A bika és a viharisten kapcsolatának ikonográfiai áttekintése Anatóliában a Kr. e. III. évezredtől a Kr. e. I. évezred késő-hettita művészetéig ELTE BTK Vallástudományi Központ és a PPKE BTK Vallástörténeti Kutatócsoport
26–27.05.2021 - EABS Graduate Symposium 2021
Motifs of Smiting in the Syro-Palestinian Iconography: Proofs of Intercultural Exchange between Egypt and the Levantine Region in the Late Bronze Age
 
LIST OF PUBLICATIONS
1. “Text Libris. Vallási gyilkosság, mint transzcendens energiahordozó - a szakrális áldozat régészeti aspektusának nyomában” Axis Vallástörténeti Folyóirat 2: 1 (2013), 101–104.
2. “A ’szőlőskert viharistenének’ ikonográfiája az újhettita művészetben” Kaleidoscope Művelődéstudomány- és orvostörténeti Folyóirat 10: 18 (2019), 1–13.
3. Könyvszemle: Walter Farber: Lamaštu: An Edition of the Canonical Series of Lamashtu Incantations and Rituals and Related Texts from the Second and First Millennia B.C. (Mesopotamian Civilizations 17). Winona Lake Indiana, Eisenbrauns 2014. Antik Tanulmányok - Studia Antiqua 63: 1 (2019), 145–163.
4. „Bika hátán álló viharisten bronzszobrocskája Kelet-Anatóliából - Egy ikonográfiai kompozíció fejlődéstörténete” Szépművészeti Múzeum Közleményei/Bulletin du Musée Hongrois des Beaux-Arts 124 (2019), 17–35.
5. “Bronze Statuette of a “Storm God Standing on a Bull” in the Egyptian Collection - The Evolution of an Iconographic Composition” Bulletin du Musée Hongrois des Beaux-Arts 124 (2019), 15–35.
6. “Egy járványisten, aki meghallgatja az imákat? – Sztélétöredék a lesújtó Resef ábrázolásával (másolat)”, Museum guide of the permanent exhibition of the Bible Museum (forthcoming, 2022).
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