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The small Moroccan island of Mogador was once the place where the Phoenician maritime trade route and an African caravan road met. Since 2005 the DAI Madrid has been conducting research at this westernmost Phoenician trading post.
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Emmanuele Petiti May 17
Lots of interesting questions
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DAI Jul 19
In a 3,000 year old salt-making centre in Vietnam, a DAI team has found more than 100.000 thousand fragments of unusual clay props once used to support salt pans.
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DAI Jul 21
The largest arena for chariot races after the Circus Maximus in Rome was in Carthage, Tunisia. The circus there dates from the 1st cent. AD. The DAI Rome has been conducting research there since 2015.
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Philipp von Rummel May 17
TransArea Network Africa of the at
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DAI Jul 15
Many skeletons from the Bronze Age burial ground at Vráble show signs of violence. The DAI's anthropology lab is trying to reconstruct what kind of weapons were used and what injuries were sustained
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DAI Jul 20
On July 20th, 1901, the emperor Wilhelm II signed an "Immediatverfügung" on board the Royal Yacht “Hohenzollern” off Trondheim, establishing the . Today the investigates key topics of the Archaeology of Europe.
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DAI Jul 14
At Fidvár near Vráble, Slovakia, the and the Slovak Academy have been investigating an early Bronze Age settlement centre and its hinterland since 2007.
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Philipp von Rummel May 17
...and now the Arabian peninsula: Ricardo Eichmann and Iris Gerlach of the Oriental Department at the 190 years DAI Birthday colloquium
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Emmanuele Petiti May 17
Drop by and check out our 3D model of the oldest known case of osteopetrosis...and we still got cookies!
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DAI Jul 18
The DAI Rome has been investigating the big Greek farming colony Metapontum on the Gulf of Taranto since 1966.
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Alexander Nagel Apr 23
Happy Birthday, ! Thank you for supporting my research for so many years! Photos I took in the beautiful in the Institute, on my first visit in 1998, recently from the amazing library in , and : .
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Cultural Heritage News May 17
Palmyra GIS is presented to public the first time at .
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DAI Jul 17
Excavations at the citadel of Tissamaharama, capital of the ancient kingdom of Ruhuna in south-eastern Sri Lanka, show how important the place was in early global trade between Europe and Asia.
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Emmanuele Petiti May 17
The president of the DAI speaks about our research...and those osteons look so terribly good!
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DAI Jul 16
Excavations in the Kerameikos of Athens were assigned to the DAI Athens by a state treaty on 16 July 1913. Today modern 3D laser technology is used there.
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DAI Jul 12
In 1836, the DAI moved into its first home, the Casa Tarpeia. New excavations show that the Casa Tarpeia was erected on top of a notable classical building, probably inside the state sanctuary of Iuppiter Optimus Maximus.
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DAI Jul 13
has been investigating the Neolithic settlement of Bapska in Croatia since 2013, using drones, geomagnetic sounding and pile core sampling.
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DAI Jul 11
In the Andes Transect, a project with federal funding from the @BMBF, the KAAK in collaboration with , & the Instituto Andino de Estudios Arqueológicos has been investigating early settlements in Peru
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Hunasiensis May 17
Impressionen von der Forschungsmesse
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