Our page, Project Related Bibliography, has been updated. Check it out and find out why we have a page titled that.
It is now possible to download articles on our website. Check them out under Publications.
It has to be noted that due to copyright of some of the articles, we are not able to make them accesible. However, the majority of them are accesible, so feel free to download and study the articles.
The lecture ‘3D GIS in archaeology – a micro-scale analysis’ held at the Excellence Cluster TOPOI (Dahlem) the 1st of November 2016 is available online thanks to Digital Classicist Berlin. Check it here!
It is a resumé of some technical and archaeological aspects of the 2011 campaign with Undine Lieberwirth’s 3D-visualisation and Axel Gering’s archaeological interpretations.
Axel Gering will present the Ostia-Forum-Project and its latest results at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Unter den Linden 6, Thursday the 23rd March 2017 at 19.00 o’clock.
The presentation is titled: “Die Ausgrabungen in Ostia: Von alten Tempeln, Küchen und neue Perspektiven in der Archäologie”, and will be held in room 2094, organised by the Stiftung Humboldt-Universität (SHU).
After looking through our data from this year’s campaign, we proudly present chapter 2.
Chapter 1 regarding our excavation of 2016 can now be seen and read online here.
The beautiful storytelling pictures of our 2016 campaign are now online.
Check them out here
Daniel Damgaard will, from Monday the 17th of October, commence a Ph.d. at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Winckelmann-Institut für Archäologie, through a scholarship with the Ostia-Forum-Project.
His project is titled “The Forum of Ostia. Architectural changes in a diachronic perspective with regards to the furnishing.”
The subproject ‘Ostian marble roof tiles‘ is now completely updated with the newest pictures and two added types of coppi.