Rachael Seculer-Faber

Rachael is a 2012 graduate of the University of St. Andrews. She received her Undergraduate Award in the Ancient & Classical Studies category for her outstanding essay entitled ‘What Truths about India can be Discerned by Comparing 2nd-5th Century Greek and Chinese Depictions of India as a Land of Mystery and Wisdom?’

After completing a Graduate Diploma in Conservation of Books & Library Materials in 2012-13, Rachael has recently undertaken a Conservation Internship at the Arquivo Regional da Madeira, Portugal. She is currently studying Islamic Art at SOAS, University of London, with a view to specialising in the conservation of books, paper and related artefacts from South Asia and the Islamic world.

Undergraduate Award Overall & Programme Winner in 2012

University: University of St Andrews
Course: Ancient & Classical Studies
Category: Ancient & Classical Studies

What Truths about India can be Discerned by Comparing 2nd-5th Century Greek and Chinese Depictions of India as a Land of Mystery and Wisdom?

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