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2019.12.13 | Publication, History and archaeology

Mord, myter og monumenter på Via Appia

New publication by UrbNet Research Administrator Eva Mortensen in collaboration with Niels Bargfeldt, Consuelo Manetta (University of Exeter) and Birte Poulsen (Aarhus University)

2019.12.13 | Publication, History and archaeology

Dilek Cobanoglu, Kommagene ve Kyrrhestike`de Roma Dönemi Kaya Oda Mezarları

New publication by Assistant professor Michael Blömer.

2019.12.13 | Publication, History and archaeology

Der Mons Argaios und andere göttliche Berge in römischer Zeit

New publication by Assistant professor Michael Blömer.

2019.12.13 | Publication, History and archaeology

Edessa and Osrhoene

New publication by Assistant professor Michael Blömer.

2019.12.12 | Media coverage, History and archaeology

Water Management in Ancient Cities Can Help Plan for Future Vulnerability

Water-management strategies in past societies tell us about urban resilience and vulnerabilities.

2019.12.10 | Publication, History and archaeology

Crafts and Social Networks in Viking Towns

New publication by Steven P. Ashby (The University of York) & Professor Søren M. Sindbæk.

2019.12.09 | Publication

The Chora of Gerasa/Jerash

New publication by Professor Achim Lichtenberger (Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster) and Professor Rubina Raja.

Tom Brughmans.
Contextualisation of material culture flow and visibility networks in East-Guadeloupe (Lesser Antilles). Sites are represented as white nodes and grouped per landmass (green circles). Grey nodes represent lithic sources and contemporary dates, and grey lines represent presence of lithic artefacts at sites. Figure created by Mereke van Garderen and Tom Brughmans.

2019.12.09 | History and archaeology, People

UrbNet fills first associate professorship

Dr. Tom Brughmans (University of Barcelona) will join UrbNet in February 2020.

2019.12.06 | Awards, History and archaeology

DNRF heads of center Rubina Raja and Carsten Rahbek receive the DM research prize 2019

For the 13th time, the Danish Association of Masters and PhDs (DM) has awarded research prizes to two researchers, and this year’s recipients are both heads of a DNRF Center of Excellence. Professor Rubina Raja has received the award in the humanities and social sciences, and Professor Carsten Rahbek has received the award in the natural sciences.

2019.12.06 | Awards, History and archaeology

DG-centerlederne Rubina Raja og Carsten Rahbek modtager DM’s forskningspriser 2019

For 13. gang uddeler Dansk Magisterforening (DM) forskningspriser til to forskere, og i år tilfalder priserne to af Danmarks Grundforskningsfonds centerledere. Professor Rubina Raja modtager prisen indenfor humaniora og samfundsvidenskab, og professor Carsten Rahbek modtager prisen indenfor naturvidenskab.

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