Giulia Paglione

Giulia Paglione

Graduate Assistant

Professional Summary

Giulia is a first year PhD student specializing in Aegean Prehistory. She graduated with honors from the University of Rome La Sapienza with a B.A. in Classics and an M.A. in Philology, Literatures and History of the Ancient World. Her main research interests are Mycenaean Philology and Aegean Studies. Specifically, her undergraduate and graduate works focused respectively on a study of the goddesses of the Mycenaean texts and on an analysis of the Linear B tablets recording spices and aromatics. In 2019 she did an internship at the Italian Archaeological School at Athens. She took part in the Palace of Nestor Excavations in Pylos (UC) and in the archaeological excavations and surveys in Western Lucania, Southern Italy (Roma Tre University).