Virginie Nobs (1984, Lausanne; lives in Geneva) took a Master’s in Classical Archaeology at the University of Geneva in 2009, with a thesis on currency in the Roman Republic. She has begun a doctoral thesis in 2010 at the University of Geneva with the Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes (EPHE, Paris) on stone sculpture in the Greek colonies of southern Italy. Since then she has been involved in various projects of the University of Geneva: the exhibition of archaeological photography Ô dieux de Crotone! and its catalogue (2009-2010), the campaigns of study in the Crotone zone in Calabria (2010-2011), collaboration as an assistant in Classical Archaeology (2012-2013), the MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) “L’archéologie des derniers païens” (2014). She has also worked on the Franco-German project “EIKON – La vie des portraits grecs” of the EPHE (2014), and conducted scientific research at the Ecole Normale Supérieure of Paris in 2013-2014.