Curriculum vitae: Nicolas Vanderroost




July 14, 1964: born in Tournai, Belgium

1982: Graduated from Notre-Dame Gymnasium in Tournai

1987 (Fall): Graduated with the degree Bachelor of Arts-Agrégé in Classical Languages from the Catholic University of Louvain-La-Neuve (UCL). Thesis, cum laude: The Cult of the CapitolineTriad in the Senatorial Provinces of the Roman Empire

Since 1987 (Fall): Instructor of Classical Languages in gymnasiums in Tournai and Brussels. Since 1994 (Fall), appointed as instructor of Classical Languages at the Centre d'Enseignement Notre-Dame des Champs, Brussels

1991 (Fall): Graduated as Candidate in History of Art and Archaeology (Antiquity) from the Free University of Brussels (ULB)

1993 (Fall): Graduated, summa cum laude, with the degree Bachelor of Arts in Oriental Philology and History (Ancient Near East - Assyriology) from the Free University of Brussels. Thesis, summa cum laude: The Great Hymn to Shamash. A Stylistic, Morpho-Syntactic and Semiotic Study

Since 1997 (Spring): appointed as Scientific Collaborator at the Institute of Oriental Philology and History (Assyriology), Free University of Brussels
 
 

Publications:

- En Syrie. Aux origines de l'écriture,ed. by Ph. Talon et K. Van Lerberghe, 1977 (catalogue of the exhibition in Brussels; participated as author of catalogue entries).

- The Prosopography of the Neo-Assyrian Empire, vol. I/2 B-G, ed. by K. Radner, The Neo-Assyrian Text Corpus Project, University of Helsinki, 1999 (author of biographies).

- The Prosopography of the Neo-Assyrian Empire, vol. I/3, The Neo-Assyrian Text Corpus Project, University of Helsinki, forthcoming (author of biographies).

- The Prosopography of the Neo-Assyrian Empire, vol. II/1, The Neo-Assyrian Text Corpus Project, University of Helsinki, forthcoming (author of biographies)
 
 

Lectures:

1995 (Spring): Egypt and Assyria: A History of their Relations during the 2nd and 1st Millennia B.C. (Egyptologica Brussels)

1997 (Winter): Amarna Letters and Diplomacy at the Time of Akhenaton (Egyptologica Brussels)
 
 

Last updated June 1, 2001