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VEZZOLI Valentina

VEZZOLI Valentina

VEZZOLI Valentina
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Chercheur Post-doc, Dipartimento di Studi sull’Asia e sull’Africa Mediterranea, Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia

Thèmes de recherche

Céramique Islamique – Les Mamluk et Venise – Production et diffusion de céramique dans la Méditerranée orientale

Thèse soutenue

Società rurale ed elite militare nella Siria medievale: l’evidenza ceramica dai siti di Apamea e Shayzar.

Soutenue le : 20 mars 2009

Directeur de thèse : Prof. Cristina Tonghini (Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia)

Composition du jury : Prof. Gian Giuseppe Filippi (Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia), Prof. Maria Vittoria Fontana (Università La Sapienza, Rome), Prof. Günter Stemberger (Universität Wien), Prof. Alessandra Ricci (Koç University, Istanbul)

Travaux en cours

Projet de recherche à l’Université Ca’ Foscari de Venise : « L’Oriente nelle dimore veneziane: le importazioni di ceramica dal Sultanato Mamelucco »

Publications


A paraître :

V. Vezzoli, Precious objects for eminent guests: the Use of Chinese Porcelain during Diplomatic Banquets in Mamluk Cairo. Historical Sources and Material Evidence, in F. Bauden and M. Dekkiche (eds.), Proceedings of the International Congress “Mamluk Cairo, a crossroad for embassies”, 2-8 September 2012, Liège. 

V. Vezzoli and A. Vokaer, La céramique de la prospection de Hosn Suleiman. Étude préliminaire, in Y. Dabbour and  L. Tholbecq (eds.), Le sanctuaire de Baitokaeké (Hosn Soleiman, Syrie), Editions Sidawi, Damascus.

Parus :

V. Vezzoli (2016), La céramique islamique d’Apamée de Syrie. Histoire de l’occupation du Quartier Nord-Est du XIIe au XIVe siècle, Fouilles d’Apamée de Syrie 3, Académie Royale de Belgique, Bruxelles. 

V. Vezzoli (2015a), Baalbek during the Islamic Period: the Ceramic assemblage from the area of Bustan Nassif, in M. J. Gonçalves and S. Gomez-Martinez (eds.), Proceedings of the 10th International Congress on Medieval Pottery in the Mediterranean, Silves and Mertola, 22-27 October 2012, Càmara Municipal de Silves/Campo Arqueolégico de Mértola, 133-138.

V. Vezzoli (2015b), Céramique de Fustat and Carreaux Architecturaux, in M. Van Raemdonck (ed.), En Harmonie. Art du Monde Islamique au Musée du Cinquantenaire, Lannoo – Racine (French and Dutch version), 197-217. 

E. Coudyzer and V. Vezzoli (2015), Networking through Fustat Shards. La collection de céramique de Fustat du Musée du Cinquantenaire, Science Connection 48, Brussels. 

V. Vezzoli (2014a), La grandezza artistica della Siria ayyubide e mamelucca – Aleppo, Damasco, Hama, Raqqa, in P. Matthiae et al. (eds.), Siria, Splendore e Dramma. Introduzione alla Siria, Catalogo della mostra tenuta a Palazzo Venezia, Rome, 20 June – 31 August 2014, 81-87 and 124-131. 

V. Vezzoli (2014b), Keramik der islamischen Perioden im Bustan Nassif, in M. van Ess and K. Rheidt (eds.), Heliopolis / Baalbek, Zaberns Bildbände zur Archäologie, Mainz, Philipp von Zabern, 174-177.  

V. Vezzoli (2013), The Fustat ceramic collection in the Royal Museums of Art and History of Brussels: The Mamluk Assemblage, Bulletin des Musées Royaux d’Art et d’Histoire 82, Brussels, 119-168.  

V. Vezzoli (2011), Preliminary considerations on the ceramic productions of the Islamic period from the Middle Orontes region: a representative assemblage from Apamea, Al-Rafidan XXXII, 258-268. 

B. Fischer-Genz, H. Lehmann and V. Vezzoli (2010), Pots in a corner. Ceramics and glasses from a closed medieval context in Bustan Nassif (Baalbek), Bulletin d’Archéologie et Architecture Libanaises 14, 103-129. 

V. Vezzoli (2010), Pottery Production from Northern Syria between 11th and 14th centuries: Preliminary Data from Apamea (Hama), in P. Matthiae et al. (eds), Proceedings of the 6th International Congress on Archaeology of the Ancient Near East (Islamic Section), Rome, 5-10 May 2008, Harrassowitz Verlag, Wiesbaden, 2010, 237-250. 

V. Vezzoli (2008), Islamic Period Settlement in the Tell Leilan Region (Northern Jazira): The Material Evidence from the 1995 Survey, Levant 40.2, 2008, 185-202. 

C. Tonghini and V. Vezzoli (2007), Il Fascino dell’Oriente in Campania. Catalogo della mostra documentaria/The Fascination of the Orient in Campania: the history of a centuries long bond told by ceramics, Catalogue of the documentary exhibition held at the National Museum of Damascus – Aleppo - Amman, Istituto Italiano di Cultura di Damasco, Damascus (Italian-English-Arabic). 

C. Tonghini, N. Montevecchi, L. Finocchietti, C. Tavernari, V. Vezzoli (2005), Il Castello Musulmano di Shayzar, Siria: nuovi dati dalla campagna 2004 di indagini archeologiche e analisi degli alzati, Archeologia Medievale XXXII, 2005, 209-234. 

V. Vezzoli (2005), Area siro-palestinese; Aleppo; Hadir Qinnasrin; Tell Tuneinir, in Enciclopedia Archeologica Treccani, Volume Asia, Sezione Islam, Rome, 2005.

Contributions Online 

Presentation of research activities on the ceramic assemblage from Fustat, Egypt (website of the Royal Museums od Art and History of Brussels)

Autres collaborations


Etude d’assemblages céramiques

  • September 2015: DOHUK (Kurdistan-Iraq): Università degli Studi di Udine (Director: Prof. D. Morandi-Bonacossi). Role: Supervisor for the study of the ceramic material of the Islamic period from the survey.
  • October 2014: TYRE (Lebanon). Royal Museums of Art and History of Brussels (Director: Prof. Eric Gubel). Role: Supervisor for the study of the ceramic material of the Medieval period from excavations.
  • 2011-2015: FUSTAT (Egypt), Royal Museums of Art and History of Brussels (Curator: Mieke Van Raemdonck). Role: Supervisor for the study and valorisation of the ceramic collection from Fustat preserved in the Museums.
  • 2011-on going: ZIYARET TEPE (Turkey). International Archaeological Project, University of Akron; Cambridge University; University of Mainz; Marmara University (Director: Prof. Timothy Matney, University of Akron). Role: Supervisor for the study of the ceramic material of the Islamic period.
  • November 2014; April and September 2011: BAALBEK (Lebanon).  Archaeological Mission of the Deutsche Archäologisches Institut of Berlin (Director: Dr. Margarete Van Ess). Role: Supervisor for the study of the ceramic material of the Islamic period.
  • 2006 - 2010: APAMEA (Syria). Archaeological Mission of the Université libre de Bruxelles – Centre de Recherches en Archéologie et Patrimoine (Director: Prof. Didier Viviers). Role: Supervisor for the study of the ceramic material of the Islamic period.
  • 2004 - 2010: SHAYZAR (Syria). Archaeological Mission of the Università Ca’ Foscari di Venezia (Director: Prof. Cristina Tonghini). Role: Supervisor for the study of the ceramic material.
  • 2010: QINNASRIN (Syria). Archaeological Mission of the Ministère des Affaires Étrangers –France (Director: Dr. Marie-Odile Rousset, Maison de l’Orient et de la Méditerranée, Lyon). Role: Assistant for the study of the ceramic material of the Islamic period.
  • 2003 - 2004: VENICE (Italia). Laboratorio di  Archeologia  ed  Epigrafia, Dipartimento di Vicino Oriente, Università Ca’ Foscari di Venezia (Director: Prof. Elena Rova). Study of the ceramic material of the Islamic period from Tell Leilan (Syria). 

Fouilles archéologiques

  • 2014-2015: URFA (Turkey). Member of the archaeological team at the citadel of Urfa (Turkey), “Reconstructing the frontier: Mamluk military architecture in the Northern border of the sultanate”. Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia (Prof. Cristina Tonghini).
  • 2010: QINNASRIN (Syria). Collaborator of archaeological excavations at Qinnasrin, Syria. Maison de l’Orient et de la Méditerranée-Jean Pouilloux, Lyon (Director: Dr Marie-Odile Rousset).
  • 2005 - 2010: SHAYZAR (Syria). Supervisor of archaeological excavations at the citadel of Shayzar, Syria. Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia (Director: Prof. Cristina Tonghini)
  • 2006: VICENZA (Italia). Supervisor of archaeological excavations at the church of Santa Corona, Vicenza. Dedal S.a.s (Director: Dr Nadia Montevecchi)

Expériences muséales

  • 2011-2015: Study and valorisation of the ceramic collection from Fustat (Egypt) at the Royal Museums of Art and History of Brussels. Curator: Mieke Van Raemdonck.
  • 2014: Collaboration to the organisation of the exhibition “Siria, Splendore e Dramma”, Catalogue of the documentary exhibition held at Palazzo Venezia, 20 June – 31 August 2014, Rome. Coordinator: Prof. Paolo Matthiae (Università degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza).
  • January – June 2008: Project of the Italian Cooperation “Renovation and Rehabilitation of the National Museum of Damascus”, National Museum of Damascus (Syria). Director: Prof. Paolo Matthiae (Università degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza).
  • 2007: Organisation of the exhibition “The Fascination of the Orient in Campania: a centuries long bond told by ceramics”, National Museum of Damascus, Aleppo and Amman. Organization of the project: Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia (Prof. Cristina Tonghini), Istituto Italiano di Cultura Damasco, Soprintendenza per i Beni Archeologici, Architettonici e Artistici della regione Campania. (Texts: Italian, English, Arabic). 

Organisation de conférences

26 March 2015 “Networking through Fustat shards”, International Symposium organized at the Royal Museums of Art and History of Brussels. Scientific promoters: Valentina Vezzoli and Mieke Van Raemdonck.

Communications :

  • International Congress Multidisciplinary Approaches to Food and Foodways in the Medieval Eastern Mediterranean, Maison de l’Orient et de la Méditerranée, Lyon (France). Title of the contribution: “Food Habits and Tableware in Venice: the Connections with the Mamluk Sultanate”. 18-21 May 2016.
  • XIth Congress on Medieval and Modern Period Mediterranean Ceramics AIECM3, Antalya (Turkey). Title of the presentation: “Ceramic evidence from South-Eastern Turkey: the Medieval Assemblage from Ziyaret Tepe (Diyarbakır)”. 19-24 October 2015.
  • Networking through Fustat shards, Royal Museum of Art and History of Brussels. Title of the presentation (with E. Coudyzer): “The Fustat ceramic collection from the RMAH”. 26 March 2015.
  • The sphero-conical vessel. A passionate debate over fire grenades in the Muslim World, French Institute of Archaeology, Cairo (Egypt). Title of the presentation: “Sphero-conical vessels from Baalbek: a variegated and questioning collection”. 17 December 2014.
  • Maison de l’Orient et de la Méditerrané, séminaires de céramologie, Lyon (France). Title of the presentation: “Les céramiques de Fustat: dialogue entre sources archéologiques, patrimoine muséal et laboratoire”. 21 March 2013.
  • 10th International Congress on Medieval Pottery in the Medieval Mediterranean, AIECM2, Silves-Mertola, Portugal. Title of the presentation: “Baalbek during the Islamic Period: the Ceramic assemblage from the area of Bustan Nassif”. 20-27 October 2012.
  • Mamluk Cairo, a crossroad for embassies, Université de Liège (Belgium). Title of the presentation: “Precious objects for eminent guests: the Use of Chinese Porcelain during Diplomatic Banquets in Mamluk Cairo. Historical Sources and Material Evidence”. 6-8 September 2012.
  • Congress History of Egypt and Syria in the Fatimid, Ayyubid and Mamluk Eras (10th-15th cent.), Universiteit Gent (Belgium). Title of the presentation: “Fustat of the Mamluks: Reconstructing Mamluk Society through the Study of Artefacts. The ceramic collection from the Royal Museums of Art and History of Brussels”. 9-11 May 2012.
  • First Amsterdam Meeting on Byzantine and Ottoman Archaeology, University of Amsterdam (the Netherlands). Poster: “Baalbek during the Islamic period (12th – 14th cent.): a representative assemblage from Bustan Nassif”. 21-23 September 2011.
  • Baalbek internationales Kolloquium, Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus and Deutsche Archäologische Institut Berlin, Cottbus (Germania). Title of the presentation: “Baalbek during the Islamic period. The ceramic evidence from the area of Bustan Nassif”. 1-3 September 2011.
  • Round Table Céramiques islamiques en Syrie de l’époque omeyyade à l’époque ottomane : bilan et perspectives, Maison Méditerranéenne des Sciences de l’Homme / Aix-en-Provence. Title of the presentation: “Les productions céramiques de la Syrie du Nord entre XIe et XIVe siècles: nouvelles données d’Apamée et Shayzar”. 6-7 May 2010.
  • 9th International Congress for the Study of Medieval Ceramic from the Mediterranean (AIECM2), Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia. Title of the presentation: “Le produzioni ceramiche della Siria settentrionale tra XI e XIV secolo: nuovi dati da Shayzar e Apamea”. 23-28 November 2009.
  • 6th International Congress on Archaeology of Ancient Near East (ICAANE), Islamic Section, University La Sapienza Roma. Title of the presentation: “Pottery Production from Northern Syria between 11th and 14th centuries: Preliminary Data from Apamea (Hama)”. 5-10 May 2008.

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