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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).

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

2021.11.15New publication on Harald Ingholt’s Excavation Diaries by Centre Director Professor Rubina Raja and Postdoc Julia Steding.

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

2021.11.09Klassisk 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.

Tower graves in Palmyra, Syria (© Rubina Raja).
Relief depicting a mother and her two children, Arthur M. Sackler Museum, Harvard University, inv. no. 1908.3 (© Palmyra Portrait Project, Ingholt Archive at Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek).

Three hundred years of Palmyrene history. Unlocking archaeological data for studying past societal transformations

2021.11.04New publication in the multidisciplinary science journal PLOS ONE by Professor Rubina Raja, Assistant professor Olympia Bobou and Postdoc Iza Romanowska. The study underlines the importance of social science baseline projects in the archaeological study of the human past.

The Ingholt Archive. Data from the Project ‘Archive Archaeology: Preserving and Sharing Palmyra’s Cultural Heritage through Harald Ingholt’s Digital Archives

2021.11.04New publication of Harald Ingholt’s Archive of Palmyrene funerary sculpture by Assistant Professor Olympia Bobou, Postdoc Amy Miranda and Centre Director Professor Rubina Raja.

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