Research in Ancient Studies.
Ancient World Research Group consists of researchers in archaeology, history and religion. Ongoing research is presented and discussed at regular seminars. The seminars also serve as an instrument for education of PhD candidates, who present chapters from their dissertation work. Scholars of antiquity from other departments and institutions also participate at the seminars.
Head of the research group: Associate professor Eivind Heldaas Seland
Ancient Rome. City development: 1) The Tiber: Shaping Urban Movement and Development. 2) Moving through the Gate: traffic systems and urban nodes in Roman Italy.
Political and social conditions in the Ancient city-states.
Christian and Jewish identity in the Roman Empire .
Birgit van der Lans
Greek temple architecture. Excavation of the sanctuary of Athena Alea at Tegea. Doric temples at Sikyon and Asea. Early developments of Doric temple architecture.
Sites and Marginal Landscapes during the Bronze Age. The Prehistoric Tegea.
Hege Agathe Bakke-Alisøy
Egyptian burial customs in the 18th dynasty.
Coming up: Resilience in the Eternal City: Urban Change in Rome through the Ages
February 8 09.15-16, Dragefjellet skole, auditorium 4.
Keynote speakers: Andrew Wallace-Hadrill, University of Cambridge, Hans Bjur and Gunilla Linde Bjur University of Gothenburg and Chalmers tekniska högskola.