• With about 180 staff members, the Austrian Archaeological Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences is Austria's largest research institution in the field of archaeology and ancient studies. The core task of its three departments is the study of human history from the Quaternary period to modern times, taking into account material archaeological sources and the written tradition.

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  • With about 180 staff members, the Austrian Archaeological Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences is Austria's largest research institution in the field of archaeology and ancient studies. The core task of its three departments is the study of human history from the Quaternary period to modern times, taking into account material archaeological sources and the written tradition.

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    With about 180 staff members, the Austrian Archaeological Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences is Austria's largest research institution in the field of archaeology and ancient studies. The core task of its three departments is the study of human history from the Quaternary period to modern times, taking into account material archaeological sources and the written tradition.

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  • With about 180 staff members, the Austrian Archaeological Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences is Austria's largest research institution in the field of archaeology and ancient studies. The core task of its three departments is the study of human history from the Quaternary period to modern times, taking into account material archaeological sources and the written tradition.

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With about 180 staff members, the Austrian Archaeological Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences is Austria's largest research institution in the field of archaeology and ancient studies. The core task of its three departments is the study of human history from the Quaternary period to modern times, taking into account material archaeological sources and the written tradition.

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Wed, 12.01.2022 17:30

»Österreich im Heiligen Land«

Online Lecture, Vienna (OeAI) | Felix Höflmayer & Agnes Woitzuck (OeAI)

»Österreich im Heiligen Land: Die vergessenen Ausgrabungen der Akademie der Wissenschaften am Tell Balata (dem biblischen Sichem)«

Felix Höflmayer & Agnes Woitzuck | Austrian Archaeological Institute

 

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12 January 2022, 5:30 pm

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Online via Zoom. Participation link: https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/92840806717?pwd=K2wrVG
9kTVFPeHVGckdWWWQ3L0M4Zz09
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Designing a ‘yellow brick road’ for the archaeometric analyses of fired and unfired bricks

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Wed, 12.01.2022 17:30

»Österreich im Heiligen Land«

Online Lecture, Vienna (OeAI) | Felix Höflmayer & Agnes Woitzuck (OeAI)

»Österreich im Heiligen Land: Die vergessenen Ausgrabungen der Akademie der Wissenschaften am Tell Balata (dem biblischen Sichem)«

Felix Höflmayer & Agnes Woitzuck | Austrian Archaeological Institute

 

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Date
12 January 2022, 5:30 pm

Location
Online via Zoom. Participation link: https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/92840806717?pwd=K2wrVG
9kTVFPeHVGckdWWWQ3L0M4Zz09
(Meeting-ID: 928 4080 6717  Passcode: V3Ca2w)

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OeAI-OeAW

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Angela Schwab
 

invitation

 

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Stefan Groh | Helga Sedlmayer

Villa - Wagen - Wirtschaftswunder. Römisches Bruckneudorf

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Sabine Ladstätter | Vasiliki Anevlavi | Walter Prohaska | Jacqueline Grech-Licari

Die Marmore römischer Steindenkmäler aus dem Stadtmuseum Villach und der Keltenwelt Frög

Neues aus Alt-Villach, Museum der Stadt Villach 59, 2022, 7-35.

P. Fragnoli | E. Boccalon | G. Liberotti

Designing a ‘yellow brick road’ for the archaeometric analyses of fired and unfired bricks

JCH 59, Jan.-Feb. 2023, 231-246

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  • With about 180 staff members, the Austrian Archaeological Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences is Austria's largest research institution in the field of archaeology and ancient studies. The core task of its three departments is the study of human history from the Quaternary period to modern times, taking into account material archaeological sources and the written tradition.

    MISSION
  • With about 180 staff members, the Austrian Archaeological Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences is Austria's largest research institution in the field of archaeology and ancient studies. The core task of its three departments is the study of human history from the Quaternary period to modern times, taking into account material archaeological sources and the written tradition.

    MISSION
  • [Translate to English:]

    With about 180 staff members, the Austrian Archaeological Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences is Austria's largest research institution in the field of archaeology and ancient studies. The core task of its three departments is the study of human history from the Quaternary period to modern times, taking into account material archaeological sources and the written tradition.

    MISSION
  • With about 180 staff members, the Austrian Archaeological Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences is Austria's largest research institution in the field of archaeology and ancient studies. The core task of its three departments is the study of human history from the Quaternary period to modern times, taking into account material archaeological sources and the written tradition.

    MISSION

With about 180 staff members, the Austrian Archaeological Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences is Austria's largest research institution in the field of archaeology and ancient studies. The core task of its three departments is the study of human history from the Quaternary period to modern times, taking into account material archaeological sources and the written tradition.

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  • With about 180 staff members, the Austrian Archaeological Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences is Austria's largest research institution in the field of archaeology and ancient studies. The core task of its three departments is the study of human history from the Quaternary period to modern times, taking into account material archaeological sources and the written tradition.

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  • With about 180 staff members, the Austrian Archaeological Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences is Austria's largest research institution in the field of archaeology and ancient studies. The core task of its three departments is the study of human history from the Quaternary period to modern times, taking into account material archaeological sources and the written tradition.

    MISSION
  • [Translate to English:]

    With about 180 staff members, the Austrian Archaeological Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences is Austria's largest research institution in the field of archaeology and ancient studies. The core task of its three departments is the study of human history from the Quaternary period to modern times, taking into account material archaeological sources and the written tradition.

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  • With about 180 staff members, the Austrian Archaeological Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences is Austria's largest research institution in the field of archaeology and ancient studies. The core task of its three departments is the study of human history from the Quaternary period to modern times, taking into account material archaeological sources and the written tradition.

    MISSION

With about 180 staff members, the Austrian Archaeological Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences is Austria's largest research institution in the field of archaeology and ancient studies. The core task of its three departments is the study of human history from the Quaternary period to modern times, taking into account material archaeological sources and the written tradition.

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Sabine Ladstätter | Vasiliki Anevlavi | Walter Prohaska | Jacqueline Grech-Licari

Die Marmore römischer Steindenkmäler aus dem Stadtmuseum Villach und der Keltenwelt Frög

Neues aus Alt-Villach, Museum der Stadt Villach 59, 2022, 7-35.

P. Fragnoli | E. Boccalon | G. Liberotti

Designing a ‘yellow brick road’ for the archaeometric analyses of fired and unfired bricks

JCH 59, Jan.-Feb. 2023, 231-246

 

 


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  • With about 180 staff members, the Austrian Archaeological Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences is Austria's largest research institution in the field of archaeology and ancient studies. The core task of its three departments is the study of human history from the Quaternary period to modern times, taking into account material archaeological sources and the written tradition.

    MISSION
  • With about 180 staff members, the Austrian Archaeological Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences is Austria's largest research institution in the field of archaeology and ancient studies. The core task of its three departments is the study of human history from the Quaternary period to modern times, taking into account material archaeological sources and the written tradition.

    MISSION
  • [Translate to English:]

    With about 180 staff members, the Austrian Archaeological Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences is Austria's largest research institution in the field of archaeology and ancient studies. The core task of its three departments is the study of human history from the Quaternary period to modern times, taking into account material archaeological sources and the written tradition.

    MISSION
  • With about 180 staff members, the Austrian Archaeological Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences is Austria's largest research institution in the field of archaeology and ancient studies. The core task of its three departments is the study of human history from the Quaternary period to modern times, taking into account material archaeological sources and the written tradition.

    MISSION

With about 180 staff members, the Austrian Archaeological Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences is Austria's largest research institution in the field of archaeology and ancient studies. The core task of its three departments is the study of human history from the Quaternary period to modern times, taking into account material archaeological sources and the written tradition.

MISSION
  • With about 180 staff members, the Austrian Archaeological Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences is Austria's largest research institution in the field of archaeology and ancient studies. The core task of its three departments is the study of human history from the Quaternary period to modern times, taking into account material archaeological sources and the written tradition.

    MISSION
  • With about 180 staff members, the Austrian Archaeological Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences is Austria's largest research institution in the field of archaeology and ancient studies. The core task of its three departments is the study of human history from the Quaternary period to modern times, taking into account material archaeological sources and the written tradition.

    MISSION
  • [Translate to English:]

    With about 180 staff members, the Austrian Archaeological Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences is Austria's largest research institution in the field of archaeology and ancient studies. The core task of its three departments is the study of human history from the Quaternary period to modern times, taking into account material archaeological sources and the written tradition.

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  • With about 180 staff members, the Austrian Archaeological Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences is Austria's largest research institution in the field of archaeology and ancient studies. The core task of its three departments is the study of human history from the Quaternary period to modern times, taking into account material archaeological sources and the written tradition.

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With about 180 staff members, the Austrian Archaeological Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences is Austria's largest research institution in the field of archaeology and ancient studies. The core task of its three departments is the study of human history from the Quaternary period to modern times, taking into account material archaeological sources and the written tradition.

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Stefan Groh | Helga Sedlmayer

Villa - Wagen - Wirtschaftswunder. Römisches Bruckneudorf

Archäologie Aktuell 8 (Horn 2022)

Sabine Ladstätter | Vasiliki Anevlavi | Walter Prohaska | Jacqueline Grech-Licari

Die Marmore römischer Steindenkmäler aus dem Stadtmuseum Villach und der Keltenwelt Frög

Neues aus Alt-Villach, Museum der Stadt Villach 59, 2022, 7-35.

P. Fragnoli | E. Boccalon | G. Liberotti

Designing a ‘yellow brick road’ for the archaeometric analyses of fired and unfired bricks

JCH 59, Jan.-Feb. 2023, 231-246

 

 

Recent Publications

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More recent publications

Stefan Groh | Helga Sedlmayer

Villa - Wagen - Wirtschaftswunder. Römisches Bruckneudorf

Archäologie Aktuell 8 (Horn 2022)

Sabine Ladstätter | Vasiliki Anevlavi | Walter Prohaska | Jacqueline Grech-Licari

Die Marmore römischer Steindenkmäler aus dem Stadtmuseum Villach und der Keltenwelt Frög

Neues aus Alt-Villach, Museum der Stadt Villach 59, 2022, 7-35.

P. Fragnoli | E. Boccalon | G. Liberotti

Designing a ‘yellow brick road’ for the archaeometric analyses of fired and unfired bricks

JCH 59, Jan.-Feb. 2023, 231-246