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2017.02.24 | History and archaeology

Were Denmark's Vikings economic migrants to the UK?

As many as 35,000 Danish Vikings moved to England to start a new life between 800AD and 900AD, a new study has estimated, with the researcher likening them to economic migrants today.

2017.02.24 | History and archaeology

DNA og arkæologi

P1 Eftermiddag with Professor MSO Søren M. Sindbæk (interview starts at 15:02).

2017.02.21 | History and archaeology

Nyt studie ripper op i strid om danske vikinger i England

Der er ikke klar genetisk evidens for danske vikingers besættelse af England, konkluderer et stort DNA-studie. Konklusionen får nu hård kritik af arkæologer, som mener, at titusindvis af danske vikinger flyttede til England.

2017.02.20 | Conference, History and archaeology

Representations of Women and Children in Roman Period Palmyra: The Religious Life of Women, Children and the Family

Summary of conference: Aarhus, 6th of February 2017, by PhD student Sara Ringsborg

2017.02.20 | History and archaeology

New study reignites debate over Viking settlements in England

A large DNA study in 2015 concluded there is “no clear genetic evidence” of the Danish Viking occupation of England. But thousands of Vikings moved to England, say archaeologists.

2017.02.16 | History and archaeology

Red verdenskulturen før det er for sent.

De seneste ødelæggelser af antikke bygningsværker, som IS står bag i den syriske by Palmyra, viser endnu engang kriges store omkostninger for verdenskulturen. Man bliver nødt til at sætte ind, før krigene bryder ud, siger professor i klassisk arkæologi.

2017.02.15 | History and archaeology

Russisk drone viser ødelæggelsen af kulturarv i Palmyra

Ny video, som det russiske forsvarsministerium netop har offentliggjort, viser IS’ omfattende ødelæggelser af syrisk kulturarv i ørkenbyen Palmyra.

2017.02.09 | History and archaeology, Calls

PhD fellowships

Three calls for PhD fellows are open now. Deadline: 15 March 2017.

View of the Ruins of Palmyra, G. Hofstede van Essen, 1693. Oil on canvas. 33.8 x 169 in. (86 x 430 cm). Allard Pierson Museum, University of Amsterdam, 000.049. Courtesy of the University of Amsterdam.

2017.02.09 | Ceremony / Opening, History and archaeology

The Legacy of Ancient Palmyra

Online exhibition presented by the Getty Research Institute.

2017.02.08 | Lecture/talk, History and archaeology

Hostile Friends: Zenobia and the Roman Imperial Court

Summary of the Nathanael Andrade's lecture 07.02.2017, by Nathalia B. Kristensen and Jesper V. Jensen.

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