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Geographical distribution of the 178 eastern Mediterranean sites from the ICRATES database. Each point represents one archaeological site. Presumed production regions of ESA, ESB, ESC, ESD are labeled. Map created using data from Natural Earth (http://www.naturalearthdata.com/).

2020.11.26 | Publication

Tableware trade in the Roman East: Exploring cultural and economic transmission with agent-based modelling and approximate Bayesian computation

New publication by AIAS fellow Iza Romanowska and Associate Professor Tom Brughmans together with Dr Simon Carrignon.

2020.11.23 | People , History and archaeology

Barbora Wouters takes up research professorship

Former Northern Emporium employee lands tenure-track position.

Photo: Foto af Tariq Mikkel Khan, Danmarks Frie Forskningsfond.

2020.11.20 | Grants, History and archaeology

Associate Professor Tom Brughmans receives more than 6 million DKK from the Independent Research Fund Denmark (DFF)

Associate Professor Tom Brughmans is awarded a Sapere Aude research leader grant by the Independent Research Fund Denmark (DFF) for the project 'MINERVA: Understanding the centuries-long functioning of the Roman economy’.

2020.11.19 | Media coverage, Publication

Hass og Saxkjær: Cæsar - manden og myten

Flot tænkt – fornemt udført bog om Caesar – manden, der ændrede verdenshistoriens gang, som en overskrift lyder til et af bogens afsnit.

2020.11.19 | Publication, History and archaeology

Environmental Studies, Remote Sensing, and Modelling. Final Publications from the Danish-German Jerash Northwest Quarter Project I

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

2020.11.19 | Media coverage, Publication

Cæsar - manden og myten

En fantastisk historiefortælling. En helt igennem og også fysisk stor bog med masser af illustrationer der underbygger den velresearchede tekst.

2020.11.18 | History and archaeology

Making Connections: The Work of Ingholt’s Archive in Rethinking Peripheries

By postdoc Amy C. Miranda.

2020.11.18 | Media coverage

Cæsar. Manden og myten

Her får man et flot status quo på den danske Cæsarforskning skrevet af specialister med mange forskellige specialer.

2020.11.17 | Publication, History and archaeology

Journal of Urban Archaeology 2 has been published

The second volume in the new journal dedicated to urban archaeology can now be found online, Open Access. It revolves around the theme of 'Biographies of Place', one of UrbNet’s conceptual themes. We are excited to have published volume 2 and hope that it will reach a broad readership.

2020.11.16 | History and archaeology, Calls

Pre-advertisement of PhD scholarships: Urban Societies in Past Worlds

Centre for Urban Network Evolutions (UrbNet) invites applications for 4 PhD fellowships (starting date: 1 September 2021) on themes relating to urban societies in the past. We are seeking candidates from the fields of archaeology and related subjects, including geoarchaeology, cultural anthropology, environmental and material sciences and history.

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