Srđan Beck is a doctoral student at the Otto-Friedrich Universität Bamberg in the Bamberg Graduate School of Historical Studies (BaGraHist) programme. He is working on a thesis titled ‘St. Mary the Great near Bale (Istria) in the context of Carolingian Monastery Organization’. He graduated from the Department of Art History at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of the University of Zagreb, where he focused on sacral architecture and sculpture of late antiquity and the early middle ages. During his studies, he participated in research projects organized by IRCLAMA (International Research Center of Late Antiquity and Middle Ages) at the University of Zagreb, led by Prof. Dr. Sc. Miljenko Jurković. These included the CROMART and GLOHUM projects, as well as Erasmus+ Intensive LLP programmes organised by IRCLAMA, University of Padua and University of Clermont-Ferrand and COST training schools held in Poreč and Chalon-sur-Saone. The main focus of the projects was preserving and presenting heritage buildings. During his studies, he was part of archaeological excavations in Istria and the Island of Rab. His research interests are in late antique and early medieval architecture and sculpture and in the implementation of digital technologies as a tool for the reconstructing historical landscapes. Srđan Beck is currently working as a curator trainee at the Mimara Museum in Zagreb, Croatia.