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2016.09.12 | Publication, History and archaeology

New book: Danmarks Byer i Middelalderen

by Hans Krongaard Kristensen og Bjørn Poulsen.

2016.08.30 | Calls, History and archaeology

UrbNet PhD scholarships - open calls

UrbNet still has three open calls for PhD scholarships. Deadline: 1 October 2016.

2016.08.30 | Conference, Events, History and archaeology

Towns as meeting places: Exploring urban encounters, networks and people in northern Europe 1000-1700 AD

Conference hosted by the research project Urban Encounters: Mobility, Migration and Networks in Pre- and Early Modern Scandinavia and Centre for Urban Network Evolutions (UrbNet).

Jerash by night (Photo: Danish-German Jerash Northwest Quarter Project).

2016.08.24 | History and archaeology

Second update from Jerash

by students Mette Normann Pedersen, Mie Egelund Lind and Line Egelund.

2016.08.24 | History and archaeology, Media coverage

Nordens ældste stigbøjler er fra Ribe

Et sæt stigbøjler, som arkæologer fandt på en gravplads i Ribe i 2014, har efter omfattende undersøgelser på Moesgaard Museum i Aarhus, vist sig at være det ældste sæt stigbøjler hidtil i Norden.

2016.08.24 | Media coverage, History and archaeology

Helhest og Himmelhund

På Ribes ældste gravplads fra 700-tallet har arkæologer fundet en hestebegravelse med de hidtil ældste stigbøjler i Norden. 04/2016 (kræver abonnement).

XXX (Photo: Danish-German Jerash Nortwest Quarter Project).

2016.08.09 | History and archaeology, Research

Update from Jerash (25 July–6 August 2016)

By students Line Egelund, Mie Egelund Lind and Mette Normann Pedersen.

2016.07.11 | Media coverage, History and archaeology

Hviids Varmestue uge 26, 2016

LUISE Brandt er Danmarks svar på Indiana Jones. Hun forsker i Glyptotekets antikke statuers fremtoning, som de så ud for 2000-2500 år siden. Ved at undersøge proteiner fundet i det forhistorisk materiale kan hun se, at skulpturerne ikke har været hvide, men meget farverige. Hendes forskning er banebrydende, da hun er med til at skabe en ny…

2016.07.11 | Course, History and archaeology

UrbNet PhD course: Contextual archaeology as a high definition tool

Contextual archaeology as a high definition tool – which aims at dissecting the complexity of contextual archaeology and suggest tools which enable us to make the most out of the stratigraphical records (23rd – 24th November 2016).

2016.07.01 | Publication, History and archaeology

The World of Palmyra: Palmyrene Studies Vol. 1

Edited work by Assistant professor Andreas Kropp (University of Nottingham) and Professor Rubina Raja (UrbNet, AU).

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