Maia Charkviani

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Assistant Professor in the Field of archaeology

The Ilia University Center for Archaeological Studies of the Early States on the Territory of Georgia; researcher.

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Maia Charkviani was born in 1962 in Tbilisi, Georgia. She finished the secondary school # 61, Tbilisi. In 1987 she graduated from Tbilisi Ivane Javakhishvili State University, History faculty. In 1979-1984 and 1990-2005 she worked at the Archaeological Research Centre of State Academy of Sciences. In 1984-1990 she worked in the Department of Scientific and Educational Programs of National Television of Georgia. In 2004 he defended dissertation for attaining candidate degree of historical science. From 2005 up to the present she works as a researcher at the O. Lordkipanidze Centre of Archaeology in Georgian National Museum. She participated in the following archaeological expeditions: Tbilisi and its vicinities (1979-1984), Samtskhe (1990-2002), Vale (2003-204); Tsalka (2004-2005), Terjola (2006), Khovle (2008), GraklianiGora (2011), Ksani (2013-2015). In 2009-2014 she worked as a lecturer at the St. Andrew the Apostle Georgian University, Department of Humanities. Ms. Charkviani has been a supervisor of many students working on their Master’s degree papers. She has published 15 scientific papers. She is also a member of an editorial staff of scientific journals “Dziebani” and “Iberia-Colchis

International Conferences:
“Archaeology in the 21st century – Inheritance and Perspectives” – Tbilisi, 2002;
“Cultural-Historical Processes in the World and Georgia” – Tbilisi, 2003.
Scientific Grants:
Shota Rustaveli National Scientific Foundation:
Warfare and Weapons in Iberia-Colchis (Research and the catalogue of artifacts) – 2015-2017 (scientist).
Georgian Academy of Sciences:
Glossary of Archaeology Terms – 1997-1999 (Participant);
Silk road communication structures – 2001-2002 (Participant);
Weapons and Fortification Systems of Classical Period in Georgia – 2002-2003 (Participant);
“Open Society Foundation – Georgia”:
Gujareti Archaeological Monuments – 1999 (director of the project)


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Archaeological study of Colchis, Lasica and Kingdom Kartli; History of Archeology; Iconography.

About

Maia Charkviani was born in 1962 in Tbilisi, Georgia. She finished the secondary school # 61, Tbilisi. In 1987 she graduated from Tbilisi Ivane Javakhishvili State University, History faculty. In 1979-1984 and 1990-2005 she worked at the Archaeological Research Centre of State Academy of Sciences. In 1984-1990 she worked in the Department of Scientific and Educational Programs of National Television of Georgia. In 2004 he defended dissertation for attaining candidate degree of historical science. From 2005 up to the present she works as a researcher at the O. Lordkipanidze Centre of Archaeology in Georgian National Museum. She participated in the following archaeological expeditions: Tbilisi and its vicinities (1979-1984), Samtskhe (1990-2002), Vale (2003-204); Tsalka (2004-2005), Terjola (2006), Khovle (2008), GraklianiGora (2011), Ksani (2013-2015). In 2009-2014 she worked as a lecturer at the St. Andrew the Apostle Georgian University, Department of Humanities. Ms. Charkviani has been a supervisor of many students working on their Master’s degree papers. She has published 15 scientific papers. She is also a member of an editorial staff of scientific journals “Dziebani” and “Iberia-Colchis

International Conferences:
“Archaeology in the 21st century – Inheritance and Perspectives” – Tbilisi, 2002;
“Cultural-Historical Processes in the World and Georgia” – Tbilisi, 2003.
Scientific Grants:
Shota Rustaveli National Scientific Foundation:
Warfare and Weapons in Iberia-Colchis (Research and the catalogue of artifacts) – 2015-2017 (scientist).
Georgian Academy of Sciences:
Glossary of Archaeology Terms – 1997-1999 (Participant);
Silk road communication structures – 2001-2002 (Participant);
Weapons and Fortification Systems of Classical Period in Georgia – 2002-2003 (Participant);
“Open Society Foundation – Georgia”:
Gujareti Archaeological Monuments – 1999 (director of the project)


Research interests

Archaeological study of Colchis, Lasica and Kingdom Kartli; History of Archeology; Iconography.