Nicolas J. Preud’homme is a specialist in ancient and medieval Caucasus, but with a large array of research interests that include Greek and Aramaic epigraphy, ancient geography, Georgian hagiographic literature, contacts between the Roman and Iranian worlds, the history of late antique Christianity in the East, notions of kingship, and celibacy in Classical Antiquity. He also makes forays into modern and contemporary history through the study of unpublished manuscripts. Prior to joining the ArmEn project he lectured on Ancient History at the University of Lille (2020-2021), and as a doctoral student taught at the Sorbonne University (2016-2019). He was a civil servant student of the École Normale Supérieure in Lyon (2012-2016). Dr. Preud’homme has received his Doctoral degree in Ancient History from the Sorbonne University and a diploma from the National Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilizations in Paris (2019). He has worked as a high school teacher of history, geography and civic education in Normandy. He is currently an Adjunct Fellow at the University of Regensburg (since 2020). For the ArmEn project Dr. Preud’homme will focus on the study of Georgian sources and Georgian-Armenian interactions between the IX and XIV centuries.