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2018.05.17 | History and archaeology

Palmyra Portrait Project

Status Report 2012-2018

Foto: Rubina Raja.

2018.05.15 | History and archaeology, Media coverage

'High Definition Archaeology' afslører forhistoriske byers hemmeligheder

'High Definition Archaeology’ er en ny arkæologisk forskningspraksis, som kaster nyt lys over dagliglivet i verdens allerførste byer.

Foto: Rubina Raja.

2018.05.15 | History and archaeology, Media coverage

High definition archaeology reveals secrets of the earliest cities

A new approach to urban archaeology casts fresh light on daily life in some of the world’s first cities.

2018.05.14 | History and archaeology, Debate

Slow – en aften om skatte

Kulturarv verden over er truet! I Syrien, for eksempel, har borgerkrigens magttomrum åbnet op for illegale udgravninger af uvurderlige kulturskatte, som ender på det internationale kunstmarked og et i stigende grad eksploderende sort marked. Lyt med, når direktør Christine Buhl Andersen møder topforsker Rubina Raja i en samtale om verdens…

2018.05.14 | History and archaeology, Publication

Archaeometallurgical investigation of metal wares from the medieval Iranian world (10th-15th centuries): the ISLAMETAL project

New publication by Postdoc Vana Orfanou, Annabelle Collinet, Ziad El Morr, David Bourgarit.

2018.05.09 | History and archaeology, Lecture/talk

Video lecture: Rubina Raja on urban societies from the past

Professor Rubina Raja, head of center at the Center for Urban Network Evolution (UrbNet) at Aarhus University, gave a lecture about urban societies from the past. The lecture was part of the Science and Cocktails series and was offered as part of the Forskningens Døgn Festival – in English known as The Danish Science Festival.

2018.04.26 | History and archaeology, Ceremony / Opening

Palmyra-skulpturer fra Glyptoteket udstilles på Getty Villa i Malibu

En ny udstilling "Palmyra - Loss & Remembrance" er åbnet i Getty Villa, Los Angeles, USA. Udstillingen præsenterer antikke skulpturer fra Palmyra udlånt af Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. Carlsbergfondets Semper Ardens-forsker og Palmyra-ekspert, professor Rubina Raja, har fungeret som en af hovedkonsulenterne på udstillingen.

2018.04.25 | History and archaeology, Publication

Ancient DNA from latrines in Northern Europe and the Middle East (500 BC–1700 AD) reveals past parasites and diet

New publication by Martin Jensen Søe, Peter Nejsum, Frederik Valeur Seersholm, Brian Lund Fredensborg, Ruben Habraken, Kirstine Haase, Mette Marie Hald, Rikke Simonsen, Flemming Højlund, Louise Blanke, Inga Merkyte, Eske Willerslev and Christian Moliin Outzen Kapel.

2018.04.25 | History and archaeology, Media coverage

Rå fisk fik vikingerne til at skide ormeparasitter

»Jeg har aldrig tænkt over, hvordan de tilberedte deres mad,« siger vikingearkæolog.

2018.04.25 | History and archaeology, Media coverage

Human History, As Told By Parasites

Archaeologists might not get into the field to go digging through ancient toilets. But, that’s just what a team from the University of Copenhagen did, and with good reason, too. What goes into human mouths must come out, and the leavings can offer a glimpse into ancient lifestyles. Especially interesting, as it turns out, are findings that aren’t…

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