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2020.02.28 | Publication, History and archaeology

A tale of three cities: Remarks on urban survival in the south-west Black Sea coast from Late Antiquity to the Middle Byzantine period

New publication by Assistant Professor Emanuele Intagliata.

Research Assistants Ditte Kvist Johnson and Nathalia Kristensen present the Palmyra Portrait Project (Photo: Nikoline Sauer). 
Assistant Professor Emanuele Intagliata presents UrbNet (Photo: Nikoline Sauer). 
PhD Student Nikoline Sauer presents her PhD project (Photo: Sine Grove Saxkjær).

2020.02.27 | History and archaeology

Faglig Dag 2020

Seminar summary by PhD Student Nikoline Sauer.

2020.02.27 | History and archaeology, Conference

Conference: Anomalocivitas, 28-29 May 2020

Conference programme now available.

2020.02.25 | History and archaeology

Tesserae as evidence of Palmyrene societal structures

By Rubina Raja, Nathalia B. Kristensen and Olympia Bobou.

2020.02.25 | Publication, History and archaeology

Rejoining a Palmyrene funerary relief: postscriptum

New publication by Professor Fred Albertson (University of Memphis), Curator Kenneth Lapatin (J. Paul Getty Museum) and Centre Director Professor Rubina Raja.

2020.02.25 | Publication, History and archaeology

Middle Islamic pottery from Jerash. New research on ceramic fabrics and the implications for production patterns of HMGP pottery in Northern Jordan

New publication by Assistant Professor Gry Barfod, Professor Achim Lichtenberger (Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster), former PhD Student Alex Peterson, Professor Rubina Raja and Carmen Ting (University of Cambridge).

2020.02.24 | History and archaeology

Student assistant for the project "The Excavation of Caesar's Forum in Rome"

Job announcement.

Fig. 1. Photomicrograph (1000x) of a silver-copper alloy prill preserved in crucible slag from Ribe (courtesy of Vana Orfanou).
Fig. 2. Time diagram produced via Google Ngram that shows the use of different types of disciplinarity terms in English language from 1945 to 2008.

2020.02.20 | Research news, History and archaeology

Disciplinarity of the High-Definition Approach in Archaeology

Is archaeology cross-, multi-, inter- or trans-disciplinary when working with other scientific disciplines? Hoping to prevent the terms from falling into the realm of scientific buzzwords, PhD Student Mahir Hrnjić considers the ‘disciplinarity’ of the high-definition approach applied in archaeology.

Prof. Rubina Raja presenting on Jerash (photo: Emanuele E. Intagliata)
Assistant Prof. Christopher Dickenson presenting on cities and small towns in Roman and Late Antique Britain (photo: Emanuele E. Intagliata)
The river Danube at Regensburg (photo: Emanuele E. Intagliata)

2020.02.20 | Workshop, History and archaeology

Urban Space between the Roman Age and Late Antiquity

Workshop summary by Assistant Professors Christopher Dickenson and Emanuele Intagliata.

2020.02.11 | History and archaeology

New book: Crafts and social networks in Viking Towns

Professor MSO Søren M. Sindbæk explores what crafts can tell us about urban networks in the past.

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