1,059 Works

Rom, Italien. Ein neues Forschungsprojekt auf dem Kapitol in Rom. Grabungen im Garten des ehemaligen preußischen Hospitals, Kampagne 2018

Ortwin Dally, Silvia Aglietti, Heinz Beste, Alessandro Blanco, Alberto Danti, Karoline Manfrecola, Pamela Manzo, Daniele Nepi, Claudio Parisi Presicce, Roberta Tanganelli & Francesca Zagari
A first campaign of a new project on the Capitoline Hill took place between July and September 2018 on the southwestern tip of the Capitol Hill in Rome including geophysical prospections, excavations in the garden behind the first Institute’s building and the former Protestant Hospital of 1836 and a beginning documentation of the remaining architectural ruins of the temple of Iuppiter Optimus Maximus. The research of a three-week measuring campaign was going to focus on...

Fujairah, United Arab Emirates. Archaeological investigations at multiple tomb sites in Dibba. Season 2019

Kristina Pfeiffer, Christoph Forster, Mechthild Ladurner, Sebastiano Lora, Emmanuele Petiti & Silvio Reichmuth
In cooperation with the Fujairah Tourism Antiquities Authority, research and rescue activities were continued at two Bronze and Iron Age sites in Dibba. In the area of Dibba Murba there are more than five collective tombs with rich find assemblages. This site, which has heavily been threatened by looting and gravel mining, was further excavated and consolidated in preparation for further measures. In the context of the superordinate question of changes in the lifestyle and...

Athen, Griechenland. Werkstätten am Südrand der Kerameikosstraße: Töpferwerkstätten und eine Ölmühle des 5. Jahrhunderts v. Chr. Die Arbeiten des Jahres 2020

Jutta Stroszeck & Franziska Lehmann
Due to the known restrictions for 2020, the Kerameikos team this year, during a short campaign, cleaned and documented workshop structures on the south western side of the Kerameikos street. The area had already been excavated and published in the early 1940s by Kurt Gebauer. The remnants of a large water basin were cleared and documented. It probably belonged to a potter’s workshop that existed there after the 1st century BC during the Roman period....

Untersuchungen zur antiken Prospektion von Erzlagerstätten mit bergbaulichen Beispielen aus dem römischen Goldbergwerksdistrikt von Três Minas, Gralheira und Campo de Jales in Nordportugal

Regula Wahl-Clerici & Annemarie Wiechowski
Madrider Mitteilungen, 54 (2013)

Un torso militar procedente de Italica

David Ojeda Nogales
Madrider Mitteilungen, 54 (2013)

Algo más sobre marfiles de Madinat al-Zahra

Fernando Valdés Fernández
Madrider Mitteilungen, 54 (2013)

Editorial

Burkhard Vogt & Jörg Linstädter
Journal of Global Archaeology, 2020

Lysipps Statuen des Herakles

Sascha Kansteiner
In dem hier präsentierten Beitrag geht es um die Beurteilung von themengleichen statuarischen Typen, die sich auch formal sehr ähnlich sehen. Es wird gezeigt, dass ein bislang nicht als eigenständig erkannter statuarischer Typus des ausruhenden Herakles, der Herakles Typus Antalya-Borghese, nicht als römische Version des kolossalen Herakles Typus Farnese, sondern als dessen Vorläufer zu bestimmen ist. Auf dieser Grundlage kann erstmals plausibel gemacht werden, dass ein griechischer Bronzegießer, sehr wahrscheinlich Lysipp, ein bestimmtes Thema zunächst...

Animals in ritual and domestic context

Simone Häberle, Sabine Deschler-Erb, Heide Hüster Plogmann, Barbara Stopp, Sarah Lo Russo, Pirmin Koch & Regula Ackermann
In this study, archaeozoological remains (hand-retrieved and retrieved from soil samples) from residential areas and from two different sanctuaries from the vicus Kempraten have been analysed and compared. The archaeozoological assemblage consists of 15 886 animal remains identified to animal group and/or species and were recovered from a number of different features which partially overlap chronologically. We discuss commonalities and discrepancies as well as possible reasons behind the selection of certain animal species for domestic...

In the belly of the earth: bones and the closing of sacred space in central Italy

Angela Trentacoste
Romans and Etruscan shared many cultural practices, including religious traditions. One such practice was the use of bone-rich deposits to deliberately close significant subterranean spaces and structures. The faunal material in these fills can often be separated from common domestic debris on the basis of associated materials and by patterns in the treatment of animals and choice of species. This paper presents new data on two urban deposits from pre-Roman central Italy: bone-rich fills from...

Choice beef for the worshippers – the cattle record from the sanctuary of Jupiter Heliopolitanus at Carnuntum (Austria)

Günther Karl Kunst, Erika Gál & Verena Gassner
Presented here are three large animal bone assemblages recovered from three pits from the area of the sanctuary of Jupiter Heliopolitanus at Carnuntum. Two of them (G7 and G11) are from inside the precinct and are possibly linked to a reconstruction phase of the sanctuary at around the end of the 2nd /beginning of the 3rd century AD. They are believed to represent leftovers from communal meals of large groups of people. A third large...

Símbolos de duelo: sobre el mensaje de las máscaras gesticulantes fenicias

José Luis Escacena Carrasco & Álvaro Gómez Peña
Madrider Mitteilungen, 56 (2015)

Entre hombres y divinades menores : los genii cucullati de la ciudad romana de Clunia (Burgos)

Mariano Rodríguez Ceballos & Javier Salido Domínguez
Madrider Mitteilungen, 56 (2015)

Evolución del paisaje y del poblamiento del territorio de Emporion-Emporiae entre el Bronce Final y la Antigüedad Tardía

Pere Castanyer I Masoliver & Marta Santos
Madrider Mitteilungen, 57 (2016)

'Hercules Gaditanus', eine hadrianische Erfindung

Pilar León
Madrider Mitteilungen, 57 (2016)

In memoriam Angela von den Driesch, una pionera de la arqueozoología peninsular (1934-2012)

Corinna Liesau & Lorenz Korn
Madrider Mitteilungen, 57 (2016)

El cementerio prehispánico de El Tamarindo, Municipio La Trinidad, Departamento Estelí, Nicaragua

Klaus Koschmieder & Bayardo Gámez
Journal of Global Archaeology, 2020

Henchir Bourgou (Djerba), Tunesien. Die Arbeiten der Jahre 2017 bis 2019

Sami Ben Taher, Philipp Von Rummel, Stefan Ritter, Mekki Aoudi, Michèle Dinies, Jörg Fassbinder, Karin Mansel, Heike Möller, Tomoo Mukai, Joris Peters, Silvio Reichmuth & Simon Trixl
The ancient site of Henchir Bourgou (Djerba), Tunisia, is the object of archaeological research conducted jointly by the Tunisian National Heritage Institute, the Ludwigs Maximilians University Munich and the German Archaeological Institute since 2017. The reports presents an overview on the activities in Henchir­ Bourgou done in 2017–2019 and gives an outlook on the potential of the site with its stratigraphy covering more than thousand years of settlement history.

Ostasien. Hirse – Wann das erste Getreide im nördlichen Ostasien domestiziert und verbreitet wurde. Die Arbeiten des Jahres 2019 (Projekte „BAYCHRON“ und „Bridging Eurasia“)

Mayke Wagner, Christian Leipe, Tengwen Long, Elena A. Sergusheva & Pavel E. Tarasov
Although broomcorn and foxtail millet are among the earliest staple crop domesticates, their spread and impacts on demography remain controversial, mainly because of the use of indirect evidence. Bayesian modelling applied to a dataset of new radiocarbon dates derived from domesticated millet grains suggests that after their initial cultivation in the crescent around the Bohai Sea ca. 5800 cal yr BC (median date), the crops spread discontinuously across eastern Asia. In northern China, millet-based agriculture...

Gadara, Jordanien. Der ‚Gadara/Umm Qays Hinterland Survey‘. Die Arbeiten im Herbst 2019

Dörte Rokitta-Krumnow
Since 2010, the German Archaeological Institute, Orient Department, Damascus Branch, conducts a hinterland survey around the ancient city of Gadara in north-western Jordan. The steep and sloping terrain with its mostly deflated surfaces is on the one hand difficult to survey and on the other hand only rarely allows for finding in situ findspots. Actual sites or findspots almost exclusively consist of ancient quarries, water channels and rock shelters which are still in use. Nevertheless,...

Tell Bleibil, Jordanien. Die Arbeiten des Jahres 2019

Alexander Ahrens
As part of the “Wadi Shuʿaib Archaeological Survey Project (WSAS)”, excavations are carried out at the site of Tell Bleibil (Tall Bulaybil), located at the mouth of the alluvial fan of the Wadi Shuʿaib in the southern Jordan Valley, since 2017. The excavations conducted in 2019 continued to excavate the Iron Age settlement´s city wall, preserved to a height of almost four meters. Additionally, a corner of a bastion or tower protruding from the fortification...

Satzung des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts

Die Generalversammlung des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts hat in ihrer Sitzung am 16. Mai 2019 die nachstehende Neufassung der Satzung des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts beschlossen, die zum 1. Oktober 2019 in Kraft getreten ist. Der Beauftragte für Außenwissenschafts-, Bildungs- und Forschungspolitik und Auswärtige Kulturpolitik des Auswärtigen Amts hat die neue Satzung am 25. Juli 2019 gebilligt. Die Arbeit der Organe des DAI sowie Einzelheiten zu Evaluierungen, Abteilungs- bzw. Kommissionskonferenzen und Abstimmungen sind durch die Geschäftsordnung definiert.

Do South-Eastern Arabia's Earliest Extant Copper-Alloy Arrowheads date to the Wadi Suq Period?

Paul A. Yule & Burkhard Vogt
Journal of Global Archaeology, 2020

Göbekli Tepe, Turkey. A brief summary of research at a new World Heritage Site (2015–2019)

Lee Clare
Göbekli Tepe (~9.500–8.000 calBC) is a prehistoric site in Southeast Turkey that dates back to an early stage in the transition from hunter-gathering to farming economies in the Near East. Research undertaken in the period 2015–2019 has included the excavation of deep-soundings and the re-evaluation of some two decades of excavation records. This work is leading to a revision of former interpretations of the prehistoric site which still fuel the popular media image of Göbekli...

Oglachty, Russland. Die Menschen von Oglachty in Südsibirien: Welchen Platz hatten sie in der Geschichte Eurasiens im frühen ersten Jahrtausend n. Chr.? Die Arbeiten des Jahres 2019 (Projekte »Silk Road Fashion« und »BAYCHRON«)

Mayke Wagner, Sveltana V. Pankova, Tengwen Long, Christian Leipe & Pavel E. Tarasov
The people of Oglachty in South Siberia: What place did they have in the history of Eurasia in the early first millennium AD? When a shepherd fell into an old grave pit on the banks of the Yenisei River in 1902 and Alexander Adrianov uncovered another sixteen graves in the following year, research began in Oglachty that still offers as many challenges as it did a hundred years ago. This is due to the unusual...

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