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Associate Prof. Dr. Mandana Barkeshli

Dr. Mandana Barkeshli by profession is a conservation scientist and her interest include material technology of Persian medieval manuscripts with special reference to papers, dyes, pigments, and sizings based on historical recipes, re-creating medieval recipes, and making a database to archive materials, their analysis, and their comparison on original [...]

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Fatma Dahmani

I hold a PhD in Art History from the University of Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne (2015). I have been conducting research on Early Abbasid architectural decoration, paintings and iconography, and particularily on a comprhensive reassessement of the paintings uncovered in the Caliphal city of Samarra (Iraq), and on other [...]


Romolo Loreto

Romolo Loreto, archaeologist, Associate Professor for the chair of Archaeology and Art History of the Ancient Near East at the Università degli studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”. RL started his professional career as archaeologist in 2002 with the participation of the field work of the Italian archaeological Mission in the Republic [...]


Consultancy Case Study 3

Consultancy Services Case Study 3 Architectural and urban appraisals of historic cities in the Gulf In 2019, we delivered historic urban environment appraisals for historic environments prior to intervention in Tarout, Eastern Province, Saudi Arabia (For Barker Langham) and evaluated the effectiveness of a 15 year rehabilitation scheme in Muharraq, Bahrain (for the Aga Khan Award for Architecture).


Consultancy Case Study 2

Consultancy Services Case Study 2 Arts in Isolation: Global Engagement with Islamic Art In 2020 we partnered with Asia House and brought together leading specialists in the field to share their knowledge with international audiences in an internationally acclaimed podcast series “Arts in Isolation”, sharing the heritage and culture of the Islamic [...]

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