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2017.04.24 | History and archaeology, Publication

A newly excavated private house in Jerash: Reconsidering aspects of continuity and change in material culture from late Antiquity to the early Islamic Period

New publication by Achim Lichtenberger (Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster), Rubina Raja (Aarhus University), Christoph Eger (Freie Universität Berlin), Georg Kalaitzoglou (Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster) and Annette Højen Sørensen (Aarhus University).

2017.04.22 | History and archaeology

Kun et af syv vidundere står endnu - det ældste

Antikkens syv vidundere fik kun lov at fryde menneskene i 60 år - så begyndte de at forsvinde. Dejlig bog skrevet af danske forskere fortæller historierne om de vidundere, der skabte verdens første turiststrøm.

2017.04.18 | History and archaeology

Spørg Danmarkshistorien

Spørg Danmarkshistorien handler i dag om vikingerne og alle de andre, der levede på det tidspunkt. Vært Christoffer Emil Bruun har besøg i studiet af de fremmeste forskere indenfor perioden, der alle er klar til at tage imod lytternes spørgsmål, ligesom de også vil dykke længere ned i perioden. Gæster: Søren Sindbæk (Aarhus Universitet) Kåre…

2017.04.16 | History and archaeology

Den sidste vikingekonge

Webdok with Søren M. Sindbæk.

2017.04.16 | History and archaeology

Historien om Danmark: Vikingetiden

"Historien om Danmark" on DR TV with Søren M. Sindbæk.

2017.04.15 | History and archaeology

Vikingeeksperter: Kristendommens indførelse i Danmark var ren storpolitik

"Danmarkshistorien" with Søren M. Sindbæk.

2017.04.07 | History and archaeology

Field report from Jerash

by Assistant Professor Heike Möller and PhD student Kristine Thomsen.

2017.04.07 | History and archaeology, Publication

Antikkens 7 Vidundere

New edited book by Eva Mortensen (UrbNet, Aarhus University) and Sine G. Saxkjær (The Danish Institute in Rome), with contributions by Eva Mortensen og Kristine Thomsen (UrbNet, Aarhus University).

2017.04.06 | History and archaeology

Urbnet attached to a unique excavation of the Forum of Julius Cæsar in Rome

A unique 3-year archaeological excavation project on the Forum of Julius Cæsar in Rome, is scheduled to begin in the autumn of this year (2017). The project is a collaboration between the Danish Institute in Rome and the Roman Municipal Department of Antiquities: the Sovrintendenza Capitolina ai Beni Culturali.

2017.04.06 | History and archaeology

UrbNet annual report 2016

Read the 2016 annual report of the Danish National Research Foundation's Centre of Excellence for Urban Network Evolutions.

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