The Talk of Tunisian Pr. Mansour Ghaki :
The Female Gender in North Africa during the 1st millennium B.C.
First part of our cultural panel entitled :
PUNIC, BERBER, ROMAN AND MEDIEVAL WOMEN IN CARTHAGINIAN AND MEDIEVAL TUNISIA
With Professor. Leila Ladjimi Sebai and Professor. Mounira Chapoutot-Remadi
This Panel has been moderated by Pr. Mounira and has been held on March 19 2022.
Mansour Ghaki is a Director of research in history and archaeology (National Heritage Institute – Tunis)
he is an Associate Professor (Università degli studi di Napoli – L’Orientale).
Mansour is Born on 12 / 8 / 1948 in Tamezret (Gabes- Tunisia).
Mansour Ghaki is author of several works on
– the Libyan, indigenous alphabetic writing
– Punic and Neopunic writing
– the history and civilization of the natives during antiquity
– the relations of the natives with exogenous civilizations and essentially the Phoenician-Punic
civilization and historical phenomena such as the punicization of the natives.
– The architecture and funerary rites of the natives
we (RECONNECTT) think that :
“Today’s Tunisian woman is a result of her history, a product of women who have marked this land and successive eras such as Queens Elyssa, Sophonisba and Kahena as well as Princesses Jezia El Hilalia and Aziza Othmana…, in terms of social, economic and also political development. We cannot build our future without immersing ourselves in our past… This is how, on the sidelines of this event, we are going to pay tribute to the Tunisian woman historian”
This conference is organized by RECONNECTT (Former Re*connectt)
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