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Gala event in the Archaeological Museum of Aigion on 1st November 2019
On 11th November 2019 the opening of the 4th IARPotHP-Conference, »Manufacturers and Markets: the Contributions of Hellenistic...
The OeAW archaeologist Irene Forstner-Müller is head of the Austrian-Egyptian excavations at Kom Ombo. Over 5,000 years of history...
On 1 October 2019 Nicole High-Steskal begins her new appointment in the Department for Image Sciences at the Danube-University Krems....
First Symposium of the workgroup »Egyptian Riverine Harbours«
A new project of the OeAI aims to explore the fairly unexplored Roman town of Abthugnos in the hinterland of Carthage.
»Transformations from Prehistory to History in the Lower Kaystros valley/Turkey«
July 12–15, 2019
Ephesos Excavation House
Our colleague A. Sokolicek has been appointed to hold the chair in Classical Archaeology in Salzburg.
Finding hints at unexpected diversity of cereal products for possible ritual purposes
In mid-May the OeAI will begin its archaeological work in Ephesos. We are looking forward to a successful 2019 season and would like...
4th IARPotHP Conference
Athens | November 2019, 11‒14
The OeAI is offering a position as Head of the Athens Branch (f/m; 40 h/week).
We are glad to receive your application!
»ATHEN-Stipendium: Information & Alumnitreffen«
March 26, Vienna
A small grey marble quarry in use as a small sarcophagus production centre
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The project “Temenos and Territory" was selected as one of 7 projects. For the first time the FWF in cooperation with the OeAW...
Researchers of the OeAI were able to solve a cold case of a relic that was discovered in the 1990s on the Hemmaberg in Carinthia. In...
International Workshop »Roman Settlements and the ›Crisis‹ of the 3rd Century A.D.«
4th Conference of the International Association for Research on Pottery of the Hellenistic Period, November 11-14, 2019, Athens
Insights into the current OeAI-fieldwork in Montenegro
Archaeological basic research in Austria and abroad since 1898
The OeAI is studying a key location for the beginning of the urban history
For the first time in the 125-years of joint archaeological history Turkish students have been invited to participate in a field...
»Overcoming Past Preservation Issues - Current Research in Bioarchaeology in Cyprus«
Workshop, September 4
Workshop, 15.–16.11.2018, Aguntum (Dölsach, Austria)
»Roman Settlements and the ›Crisis‹ of the 3rd Century A.D.»
Memorandum of Understanding on cooperation between Montenegro and Austria officially signed
Exchange and networking between archaeometry and archaeology
On May 18, 2018, the 29 new OeAW members were formally appointed.
A new OeAI-project is dedicated to the architectural documentation of the Casa di Arianna and the study of pottery.
A Citizen Science-Project with the HTL St. Pölten
Director of the OeAI Sabine Ladstätter was elected a corresponding member of the Philosophical-Historical Class.
First season of the new project at the Tomb of Ankh-Hor (TT 414) successfully completed. More info in the project-blog >>>
(26.1.2018) Director of the OeAI Sabine Ladstätter: „We are very pleased to be able to work again and view it as a mandate to do our...
Especially her contributions to Austrian archaeology in Greece were recognized.
Learn more about »young.academics.oeai«, our new OEAI network for doctoral and masters students
From Thirty Years' War to Napoleon's Aspern - the bioarchaeological examination of mass graves at historic battle sites reveals many...
Project start in Kom Ombo/Egypt: A new OeAI project is dedicated to the study of the city of Kom Ombo and its hinterland.
Picture Gallery of the Symposium on "Roman Croatia", 30.11.2017
As part of an OeAD-Scholarship at the OeAI in Vienna Marina Ugarković is studying the production and distribution of Ephesian lamps.
Picture Gallery of the Symposium, 24.11.2017
As part of the OeAI Fellows Lecture Series scholars present their research during a fellowship at the OeAI. The next lecture will be...
Alexander Sokolicek will be sent to the Austrian Historical Institute in Rome October 1, 2017. This posting is connected with his own...
First Lecture at the OEAI Athens
Ch. Schwall (OREA): "The Gold Treasures of Troy"
The OeAI presented a virtual 3D tour through the late antique and medieval Egyptian fortress of Hisn al-Bab as part of the Ars...
Deadline: September 30, 2017