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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.

2020.12.04 | History and archaeology

Surviving in the Desert: Could Roman Palmyra feed itself?

By Research Assistant Joan Campmany Jiménez.

2020.12.03 | History and archaeology

With Caesar as Prism: Danish Receptions of Ancient Rome from the Middle Ages until Today

UrbNet-affiliated Postdoc Trine Arlund Hass is awarded 700.000 DKK from the Carlsberg Foundation for the project "With Caesar as Prism: Danish Receptions of Ancient Rome from the Middle Ages until Today".

2020.12.03 | History and archaeology

Excavations at Machkhomeri – Khobi Municipality. Preliminary report of the 2019 season

New publication by R. Papuashvili, E. E. Intagliata & D. Naskidashvili.

2020.12.02 | History and archaeology, Publication

Visible near-infrared spectroscopy as an aid for archaeological interpretation

New publication by PhD Student Pernille L.K. Trant, Associate Professor Søren M. Kristiansen and Professor MSO Søren M. Sindbæk.

2020.12.01 | History and archaeology

UrbNet Newsletter - December 2020

See UrbNet's latest newsletter here.

2020.11.30 | History and archaeology

Socially Re-Constructing the Late Roman City: Labor, Networks, Economy, and Narratives of Urban 'Decline

Visiting professor Elizabeth Murphy (Florida State University) reflects on the lecture series she gave over the fall.

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