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Description of the “Beauty of Palmyra” by Ingholt in 1928, diary 4 (© Rubina Raja and the Palmyra Portrait Project, courtesy of Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek).
Cover of Excavation Diary 1 from 1924 (© Rubina Raja and the Palmyra Portrait Project, courtesy of Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek).

2021.11.15 | Publication

Harald Ingholt’s Excavation Diaries from his Fieldwork in Palmyra – an Open Data Online Resource

New publication on Harald Ingholt’s Excavation Diaries by Centre Director Professor Rubina Raja and Postdoc Julia Steding.

2021.11.09 | History and archaeology

Rubina Raja har altid gravet i fortiden, og lige nu befinder hun sig i centrum af den på Cæsars Forum i Rom

Klassisk arkæolog Rubina Raja rejste allerede som studerende til Italien for at opleve arkæologien dér, hvor den ’lever’. Siden tog hun til Oxford i England, hvor hun blev opdraget til konstant at stille sig selv spørgsmålet om, hvorfor hun ville udforske præcis dét og dét.

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Harald Ingholt & Palmyra

This book grew out of the exhibition Harald Ingholt and Palmyra, which opened in 2015 at the Museum of Ancient Art at Aarhus University, Denmark. The exhibition is based on research done within the framework of the Palmyra Portrait Project, which is jointly funded by the Carlsberg Foundation and Aarhus University.

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Danish version

Palmyra: Pearl of the Desert

Readers will find a total of nine short contributions, one originally written in Norwegian and the rest in Danish, and all subsequently translated into English. They treat a wide range of themes, with Palmyra as their common denominator. This bouquet of accessible academic prose reflects the very significant research on Palmyra undertaken in the Nordic region since 2010 – work which has placed Nordic and Danish scholarship at the forefront of international research on the subject of Palmyra.

English version

Danish version