Department of Archaeology
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
University of Zagreb
Ivana Lučića 3,10 000 Zagreb, Croatia
I was born on 16th July 1982 in Split, Croatia, where I completed primary shool in 1996. From 1996 to 2000 I attended Classical High school in Split and afterwards, in year 2000, I enrolled at Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at Zagreb University where in 2005 I got my first Bachelor`s Degree in Classical Philology and in year 2007 my second Degree in Archaeology.
The same year I was employed at Department of Archaeology of Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb as a Reserch Assistant on a Research project Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum quae in Croatia repertae et editae sunt (130-0000000-0825), which is led by professor dr. sc. Marina Milićević Bradač and founded by Ministry of Science, Education and Sports of the Republic of Croatia. As a Junior Assistant at a Department`s Chair in Classical Archaeology I also participated in teaching and so far I`ve given lectures, seminars and practice classes for Department`s Undergraduate Study Program; subjects varying from classical mythology, greek language for archaeologists and numismatics.
I earned my Doctoral Degree in Classical Archaeology in 2013. at the same Faculty under supervision of professor dr. sc. Marina Milićević Bradač and Senior Research Scientist dr. sc. Željko Demo from Archaeological Museum in Zagreb, Croatia. From 2013 I`ve become a Senior Research Assistant at my place of employment.
I participated in numerous archaeological excavations, in recent years especially in those in Gardun (Roman military camp Tilurium) near Sinj, Croatia, where I`m also included in fieldwork and practice with students. I have participated in several international conferences in Croatia and abroad mainly with numismatic papers on tetrarchic period of the Roman imperial mint in Siscia (today`s Sisak, Croatia).
I`m fluent in english and french and have good knowledge of german language and a good passive skills in italian. My computer skills are basic (MS office). Fields of a research and interest include primarily Classical Archaeology, Numismatics and Epigraphy.
- Ana Pavlović, Stara Grčka”, Antički Grci na tlu Hrvatske, Katalog izložbe. Galerija Klovićevi dvori, 14.10.-12-12.2010, Zagreb, 2010, 53-56.
- Ana Pavlović, “Numizmatički nalazi s lokaliteta Šepkovčica”, Opuscula Archaeologica 35, Zagreb, 2011, 263-295.
- Ana Pavlović, Doctoral Thesis: Bronze Coinage from the Siscian mint from the later Tetrarchic Period (305-313) in light of hoards found in Trijebanj in Bosnia and Hercegovina and Bjelovar in Croatia, Zagreb, 2013.
- Ana Pavlović – Tomislav Šeparović, „Project Tilurium – Coin finds“, Radovi XVII. ROMEC-A. Rimska vojna oprema u pogrebnom kontekstu, Zagreb, 2013, 455-462.