Tomislav Šeparović, PhD, 241496

Tomislav Šeparović

Museum of Croatian Archaeological Monuments in Split

Stjepana Gunjače b. b., 21 000 Split, Croatia

tomiseparovic@gmail.com

I was born on 13th December 1966 in Dubrovnik, Croatia where I finished my elementary and high school education. In 1991 I graduated at Zagreb University at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences with Bachelor`s Degree in Archaeology. In 1997 I`ve got my MA Degree in Humanities, field Archaeology at the same Faculty and in 2012 I finished my education with a PhD Degree in Classical Archaeology.

From 1993 onwards I am employed at the Museum of Croatian Archeological Monumentes in Split (MHAS) as a Museum adviser. From 2005 to 2013 I was a Director of this Museum and organized two International Congresses Dani Stjepana Gunjače in 2009 and in 2011. From 2005 ongoing I am a contributor in the Undergraduate Study Program at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb lecturing Ancient Numismatics.

From 2002 to 2005 I was a member of the Research project Roman Military Encampments in Croatia – TILURIUM (130460); led by prof. dr. sc. Mirjana Sanader and founded by Ministry of Science, Education and Sports of the Republic of Croatia. From 2006 ongoing I participate in Research project Roman Military Encampments in Croatia (130-0000000-0777); also led by prof. dr. sc. Mirjana Sanader and founded by Ministry of Science, Education and Sports of the Republic of Croatia. Beside these projects I was a member of the Numismaic project Die Fundmünzen der Römischen Zeit in Kroatien (0130461); Project leader dr. sc. Ivan Mirnik; Funding source: Ministry of Science, Education and Sports of the Republic of Croatia, from 2005-2012.

I`m fluent in English and Italian with basic computer skills. My research interest and work field are based on Medivial Archaeology and Numismatics.

  • “Skupni nalaz mletačkog novca iz Dobre Vode kod Benkovca”, Starohrvatska prosvjeta III Ser., vol. 32 (2005), 237–241.
  • “Revizija skupnog nalaza rimskog novca iz Kruševa kod Obrovca” = “Revision of a hoard of Roman coins from Kruševo near Obrovac”, Vjesnik za arheologiju i povijest dalmatinsku 98 (2005), 63-72. (ISSN: 1845-7789)
  • “Novac iz Čitluka (Aequum) i Jasenskog u Muzeju Cetinske krajine” = “The Coinage from Čitluk (Aequum) and Jasensko kept in the Regional Museum in Sinj”, Vjesnik za arheologiju i povijest dalmatinsku 99 (2006), 207-218. (ISSN: 1845-7789)
  • “Skupni nalaz mletačkog novca dužda Pietra Gradeniga iz Suvih Dolaca u Kijevu kod Knina”, Starohrvatska prosvjeta, III Ser., vol. 34 (2007), 327–333.
  • “Osvrt na legijske denare Marka Antonija s posebnim naglaskom na nalaze toga novca u sjevernoj Dalmaciji”, Archaeologia adriatica 2 (2008), 269–274. (ISSN: 1846-4807)
  • “Coin Finds of Emperor Constantine V Copronymus in southern Croatia”, Moravia Magna, Seria Polona, vol. III (2009), 553-559.
  • Antička zbirka u Muzeju hrvatskih arheoloških spomenika, selection, Split 2009.
  • Numizmatički nalazi na groblju kod crkve Sv. Petra u Kuli Atlagića nedaleko Benkovca, Archaeologia adriatica 4, Zadar 2010, 369-384.
  • Novac s Garduna u Muzeju Cetinske krajine, Izdanja HAD-a 27, Arheološka istraživanja u Cetinskoj krajini, Zagreb 2011, 49-67.
  • Skupni nalaz novca četrnaestog stoljeća s Bribirske glavice, Starohrvatska prosvjeta 38, Split 2011, 215-230.
  • Razmatranja o karolinškom novcu iz Donjih Lepura, Starohrvatska prosvjeta 39, Split 2012., 35-44.
  • Pregled nalaza grčko ilirskog novca u sjevernoj Dalmaciji, VAMZ, 3, s.,XLV, Zagreb 2012, 525-536.
  • Die Christianisierung der Kroaten u: CREDO, Katalog izložbe Paderborn 2013., 470, 471.