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Fawzeia Ihmouda Hussein

Independent Archaeologist

Country: Libya

ITP Year: 2013


Fawzeia’s primary interests are salvaging and recording archaeological finds. Her day-to-day work in Benghazi involves the classification and registration of archaeological finds.

At the British Museum

During her time on the International Training Programme in 2013, Fawzeia was based in the Department of Greece and Rome, and her partner placement was spent at Tyne and Wear Archives and Museums, Newcastle.

In 2013 participants are asked to prepare a project outlining an exhibition proposal based on the space and programme for the British Museum’s Asahi Shimbun Displays in Room 3.  Fawzeia’s exhibition project proposal, working with her colleague Esmaeil F. Dakheil Salh (Libya) was entitled Cyrene Exhibition and Greek mythology.

Fawzeia’s place on the International Training Programme was generously supported by Mark Pigott KBE.