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2020.07.08 | Calls, History and archaeology

Call for research assistant at Centre for Urban Network Evolutions (UrbNet)

Application deadline: 21 August 2020.

2020.07.03 | Publication

Palmyrenske gravportrætter mellem korpus, konflikt og kunstmarked

New publication by Professor and Centre Director Rubina Raja.

2020.07.03 | History and archaeology

The locally struck Palmyrene coins as identity markers

By Research assistant Nathalia B. Kristensen.

2020.06.30 | History and archaeology

Locked in with Archaic Rome

Under normal circumstances, the ICS hosts visitors from all over the world, although the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020 has interrupted this element of their activities. PhD Student Nikoline Sauer shares her experience of visiting London pre- and post-lockdown.

2020.06.26 | History and archaeology, Publication

Communities on the Edge: Retracing the Northern Emporia

New publication by Professor MSO and Deputy director Søren M. Sindbæk.

2020.06.25 | Awards, History and archaeology

Award for Best young Italian Researcher in Denmark (BIRD)

Assistant Professor Emanuele E. Intagliata receives the BIRD award in Social Sciences and Humanities 2020.

2020.06.22 | History and archaeology

Recent damage to Palmyra’s cultural heritage: Documentation of Sarcophagus with Ba’laî and his family through the Ingholt Archive

By Professor Rubina Raja and Research assistant Ditte Kvist Johnson.

'Almost Human' directed by Jeppe Rønde.

2020.06.22 | History and archaeology

The documentary ’Almost Human’ wins another award

The artistic science documentary ’Almost Human’ has been awarded 'Best European science film 2020’ by the European Academy of Science Film.

2020.06.19 | History and archaeology

Podcast - Fra potteskår til historie

Vi forsøger atter at rejse 3000 år tilbage i tredje og sidste afsnit af Cæsars Forum. Denne gang skal vi høre nærmere om keramikken som et arkæologisk redskab. Vaser, kar og krus kan virke skrøbelige, men selv de mindste stumper kan være med til at fortælle meget om datiden.

2020.06.17 | Course, History and archaeology

Urban mega-projects in the Roman period and Late Antiquity: New approaches and future directions.

PhD course organised by Assistant professor Emanuele E. Intagliata (UrbNet, Aarhus University).

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