Julia Janicka

Investigadora predoctoral (R1), Àrea de recerca.
Membre, Equip de recerca: Arqueologia de la Mediterrània oriental grecoromana.
Camps d'expertesa: Arqueologia grega, Iconografia, Arqueologia de la música i les arts escèniques a partir de fonts textuals i iconogràfiques, Producció i comerç a l'antiguitat.
Codi ORCID: 0000-0002-1511-3900
jjanicka@icac.cat
Breu currículum

2014-2018. The Iconography of the Tyrrhenian Group of Black-Figure Vases. Ph.D. in Classical Archaeology student at the University Rovira i Virgili (URV), under the supervision of Professor Jesús Carruesco García

2011-2013 Representations of the struggle for the Delphic tripod on black and red-figured attic vases from VI to IV century BC in Greece. M.Sc. in Classical Archaeology, University of Warsaw

2008-2010 Taberns in Pompeii – location, planning and function. B.Sc. in Classical                        Archaeology, University of Warsaw

Current post:Oct. 2016-Oct. 2019 contracted predoctoral researcher (R1), member of the                            Mediterranean  Greco-Roman group at the Catalan Institute of Classical                                        Archaeology (ICAC)

Scholarships:   2015-2016 Professor`s assistant in l’Equip de treball sobre la Mediterrània Oriental grecoromana del Grup de Recerca MIRMED GIAC: Mirades sobre la Mediterrània a l’Antiguitat.D’Orient a Occident, de la Protohistòria a l’Antiguitat tardana (URV-ICAC)

Excavations: 2009 Krosno, Poland, cemetery of Wielbark Culture, University of Warsaw

2010, 2011 Novae, ancient province of Moesia (present Bulgaria), Roman legionary fortress (Legio I Italica) and late classical town, excavations of  principia, University of Warsaw

2010 Akrai, (present Palazzolo Acreide) Sicily, Greek site dated 3rdc. B.C., University of Warsaw

2011 Alvito, Lazio, Italy, Basentello Valley Archaeological Research Project

2012, 2013 Calicantone, south-east Sicily, Early Bronze Age settlement, excavation of tombs, University of Catania

2012 Nora, Sardinia, Phoenician colony, University of Milan

2015 Ulldecona, Iberian necropolis, University of Barcelona and ICAC

2015 69th Archaeological course at Ampurias, Spain

2016 Nulles, Iberian necropolis, University of Barcelona and ICAC

Regarding the doctoral thesis:

This doctoral thesis presents a complete study of the Athenian black-figure vases attributed to the Tyrrhenian Group. The vases were manufactured in Athens during the first half of the 6thc. BC and exported to Etruria. The work discusses the characteristics, techniques and style of each of the eight painters who have been recognized as Tyrrhenian. An exhaustive catalogue gathers 232 vases with detailed information about every single piece. The focus of the study is set on the iconography of the vases. The depictions on the Tyrrhenian corpusare discussed and compared to vase paintings of both earlier and contemporary Athenian artisans. In some cases, it has been possible to trace the iconographic genesis of a specific mythological motif to pottery from Corinth, Laconia or Boeotia. The iconographic connection between the Tyrrhenian Group and the Etruscan production has also been established and analysed.