Aphrodisias Excavations - People - University of Oxford

Aphrodisias Excavations - People - University of Oxford

Aphrodisias - Wikipedia

Aphrodisias (/ æ f r ə ˈ d ɪ s i ə s /; Ancient Greek: Ἀφροδισιάς, romanized: Aphrodisiás) was a small ancient Greek Hellenistic city in the historic Caria cultural region of western Anatolia, Turkey.It is located near the modern village of Geyre, about 100 km (62 mi) east/inland from the coast of the Aegean Sea, and 230 km (140 mi) southeast of İzmir.

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News - The Friends of Aphrodisias Trust

He is Professor of the Archaeology of the Roman Empire at Oxford University and in charge of excavations at the so-called South Agora of Aphrodisias. The talk will be at Daunt Books, 83 Marylebone High Street, London W1U 4QW, at 6.30 for 7 pm on Monday 28 November.

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University of Pennsylvania - Design Portfolio 2020 by

Mar 20, 2020 · University of Oxford + NYU. APHRODISIAS. Architectural Documentation. APHRODISIAS. 53. E 970. E 965. E 960 N 640. N 635. N 630 APHRODISIAS PEKMEZ BATH HOUSE ROOF PLAN PLAN. 1: 25 H. MORALES 2019

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Aphrodisias Excavations | Faculty of Classics

New York University has conducted extensive excavations since 1961 under the aegis of the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism since 1995 with the collaboration of Oxford University. The archaeological site of Aphrodisias was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List at the 41st World Heritage Committee session held in Kraków on 9 July 2017.

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Professor Roland Smith | Lincoln College Oxford

I taught Hellenistic and Roman archaeology and art-history at the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University from 1986 to 1995. I have participated in archaeological fieldwork in Turkey since 1983, at the sites of Oinoanda, Balboura, and Aphrodisias, and have been director of the excavation project at Aphrodisias since 1991.

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Ine Jacobs | University of Oxford - Academia.edu

Jan 13, 2015 · In 2016 I became the field director of the Aphrodisias excavations. (I am the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Associate Professor of Byzantine Archaeology and Visual Culture at the University of Oxford. I received my doctorate from the University of Leuven.

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Serra Somersan (Turkey/UK) - University of Oxford

In 2017 I started working as the Assistant Director at the Aphrodisias Excavations, a project in which the University of Oxford is a main collaborator. At Aphrodisias, I found myself once again in the world of archaeology, among some of the most accomplished and revered scholars of our time. This gave me an insight into what life is like at the

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The Tetrapylon Street at Aphrodisias | Research at the

The Tetrapylon Street at Aphrodisias Location: Aphrodisias, province of Aydin, Turkey Year (s): 2016-18 Director: Bert Smith, Oxford University Participants: R.R.R. Smith, Department of Classics, University of Oxford, Director of Excavations Ine Jacobs, Department of Classics, University of Oxford, Field Supervisor,

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CHRISTOPHER RATTÉ Education Employment

1993-2006 Aphrodisias Excavations (Turkey), Co-Director 1980-1992 Sardis Expedition (Turkey), Assistant Director from 1989-2002 "Aphrodisias in Late Antiquity," Oxford University, March, 2001 "Archaeological Research at Aphrodisias in Caria, 1999 …

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Aphrodisias Excavations - Sebasteion - University of Oxford

The Sebasteion, excavated in 1979-81, was a grandiose temple complex dedicated to Aphrodite and the Julio-Claudian emperors . Its construction stretched over two generations, from c. AD 20 to 60, from the reign of Tiberius to that of The complex was paid for by two prominent Aphrodisian families.

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Antiphellos Commentary

Jan 08, 2018 · In 1961 Dr. Kenan Erim began excavating the site under the auspices of New York University; Aphrodisias was Dr. Erim's life work and passion until his death in 1990. Excavations of the theater began in earnest in 1966 with a grant from the National Geographic Society, and this first phase of the theatre's excavation was completed by 1976.

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BERT SMITH | Ashmolean Museum

Bert Smith is a Professor of Classical Archaeology and Art in the Faculty of Classics at Oxford University and a Curator of the Cast Gallery at Ashmolean Museum. He is also the Director of New York University's Excavations at Aphrodisias (Turkey) and a Fellow at Lincoln College, Oxford.

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Staff in Classics | The University of Edinburgh

Jan 18, 2019 · I am also Field Director (with Dr Ine Jacobs (Oxford)) of the New York University excavations at Aphrodisias in Turkey, where I have been working in recent years with Prof. Andrew Wilson on the publication of the excavations in the so-called Place of Palms. I have previously worked on, and I am now involved in the publication of, the University

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Aphrodisias Travel Guide - Master plan for visiting

New York University has conducted extensive excavations since 1961 under the aegis of the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism since 1995 with the collaboration of Oxford University. The archaeological site of Aphrodisias was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List held in Kraków on 9 July 2017.

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Dr Julia Lenaghan | Faculty of Classics - University of Oxford

I taught classical studies and art history at universities in Rome, Italy and in the United States. My field of specialty is sculpture, from ancient Greece to Late Antiquity. I have participated in New York University's Aphrodisias Excavations since 1994, and currently edit and administer publications for the project.

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Aphrodisias: An ancient Roman city in modern Turkey

Jul 01, 2018 · During the summer students work under the guidance of archaeological specialists to excavate and document the city's monuments. New York University has conducted extensive excavations in Aphrodisias since 1961 under the aegis of the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism and in collaboration with Oxford University since 1995. Learn more

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R.R.R. Smith | The Shelby White and Leon Levy Program for

Aphrodisias II Bert Smith has worked at Aphrodisias since 1985 and been director of the New York University Excavations there since 1991. Smith comes from Edinburgh in Scotland and studied Classics and Classical Archaeology at Oxford.

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(PDF) Bronze Age Aphrodisias Revisited | Alan Greaves

in addition to evidence from at the site of aphrodisias itself, modern excavations 253 fbegan in 1961 under the direction of kenan t. erim. levels were found and became the focus of intensive it soon became apparent that not only was post-excavation pottery analysis (kadish 1971; aphrodisias at site of unparalleled potential for the joukowsky …

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ONLINE LECTURE: New Insights at Aphrodisias: Recent

Jul 28, 2020 · Bert Smith taught at New York University for ten years from 1986 and has been Lincoln Professor of Classical Archaeology and Art since 1995. He has participated in archaeological fieldwork in Turkey since 1983, first at Oinoanda and Balboura with Jim Coulton, then at Aphrodisias with Kenan Erim, and he has been director of the Aphrodisias

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Aphrodisias Excavations Statues - University of Oxford

Aphrodisias is perhaps best known for its extraordinary marble sculpture. Good marble quarries are located a few kilometres from the site, and by the late hellenistic period, a strong local tradition of marble sculpture had taken root.

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