New open access paper published by Xun Yang et al. about the relations between long-term landscape development and human activities in the Pergamon Micro-Region.
A workshop organised by the interdisciplinary research group Sustainability and Resilience in Past & Present Populations (SuRP+) on human-environment interactions and sustainability in the past, present and future societies will be held online on May 10th to 12th 2021.
Die Veröffentlichung der digitalen archäologischen Karte von Pergamon ist ein wichtiger Meilenstein in der Erforschung der antiken Metropole, da nun erstmals seit 1973 eine neue kartographische Grundlage für Darstellung unserer […]
For many academics, images of scholars in front of bookshelves at home and group screenshots from video conferences are among the most common images of the corona pandemic. Thanks to […]
Birçok bilim insanı için korona salgınında en akılda kalan resimler, akademisyenlerin evlerinde kitap raflarının önünde çekilmiş fotoğrafları ya da video konferanslar esnasında alınan ekran görüntüleri oldu. Alman Arkeoloji Enstitüsü, esnek […]
In 2019 we started a survey project in the vicinity of Pergamon which covers the hills west and northwest of the ancient city. A starting point for the investigation was […]
Philip Bes & Anneke Keweloh-Kaletta In September 2019 our small team carried out a first intensive survey in the centre of the Çandarlı Peninsula (see our 2019 blog post). Çandarlı […]
The surrounding landscape of ancient Pergamon is characterized by several mountain ranges, the Bakırçay Valley and River and the Aegean coastline. The accessibility of this region was vital for the […]
In the 2019 excavation season the intensive and detailed architectural documentation continued in the amphitheater within the scope of the TransPergMikro Project. The documentation was executed by a joint Turkish-German […]
A third component of the wider TransPergMikro Project is an intensive field survey on the Çandarlı peninsula. Within the study of Roman pottery, Çandarlı – ancient Pitane – is known […]
The surface investigations in the wider surroundings of the Pergamene Asklepieion progressed rapidly in the last three weeks: 190 hectares of the foothills of the Kozak Mountains were explored with […]
Already in 1912 Carl Schuchhardt remarked that the development of the city of Pergamon could not be understood in isolation from the settlement history of the surrounding landscape. Until then, […]
Im Rahmen der diesjährigen Kampagne fanden die ersten wissenschaftlichen Grabungen im Amphitheater in Pergamon statt, die von einem interdisziplinären und internationalen Team aus deutschen und türkischen Architekten, Bauforschern und Archäologen […]
The ancient city Pergamon has been explored for more than 140 years. Because of its long history of research and extensive excavation the urban structure can be revealed easy. This […]
How did the surrounding area of the Pergamene Asklepieion change from Hellenism to the Roman Imperial Period? What kind of buildings and uses existed outside the famous sanctuary? These questions […]