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2020.12.28 | History and archaeology, Events

Urban resilience in the ancient world: methodological approaches and reconsiderations. Cases from the Late Antique and early Islamic Near East.

PhD course organised by UrbNet, Centre for Urban Network Evolutions.

2020.12.28 | History and archaeology, Events

Reuse practices in Roman period and Late Antique cities. Current perspectives and new approaches

PhD course organised by UrbNet, Centre for Urban Network Evolutions.

2020.12.18 | History and archaeology

Holiday Greetings – in a socially distanced world

Happy Holidays from Centre for Urban Network Evolutions.

2020.12.17 | History and archaeology, Publication

Glorværdige genealogier i Senrepublikkens Rom

New publication by Sine G. Saxkjær.

2020.12.15 | Media coverage

Nyt værk om 7 års dansk-tyske feltstudier i oldtidsbyen Gerasa

Første bind af et nyt storværk om de dansk-tyske udgravninger i den antikke by Gerasa er netop udkommet. Værket dokumenterer arkæologiske feltstudier foretaget fra 2011 til 2017. Dele af det store udgravningsprojekt har været støttet af Carlsbergfondet.

2020.12.14 | History and archaeology

The Archaeology and Afterlives of Palmyrene Sculpture

By Postdoc Amy C. Miranda.

2020.12.10 | History and archaeology, Publication

Urban Religion in Late Antiquity

New publication by Asuman Lätzer-Lasar and Emiliano Rubens Urciuoli in collaboration with Professor and Centre Director Rubina Raja and Jörg Rüpke.

2020.12.09 | History and archaeology, Media coverage

Han blev diktator efter en blodig borgerkrig. Var Julius Cæsar tyran eller frelser?

Julius Cæsar udnyttede Roms dybe splittelse og banede vejen for republikkens fald. Vil Trump gøre det samme i USA? Redaktørerne bag den nye forskningsbaserede antologi ’Cæsar: Manden og myten’ skildrer Roms diktator.

2020.12.08 | History and archaeology, Publication

Archaeological approaches to slavery and unfree labour in Africa

Senior Lecturer and Core group member Stephanie Wynne-Jones has co-edited a special issue of Azania: Archaeological research in Africa. Furthermore, she has co-authored an article for the issue.

2020.12.08 | History and archaeology, Publication

Urban Chronology at a Human Scale on the Coast of East Africa in the 1st Millennium a.d.

New publication by Senior Lecturer and Core group member Stephanie Wynne-Jones, former UrbNet Assistant professor Federica Sulas, Associate professor Søren M. Kristiansen, Associate professor Jesper Olsen and colleagues.

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