beate bolhendorf arslan

Name                          Prof. Dr. Beate Böhlendorf-Arslan

Contact                       Philipps University Marburg

                                    Christian Archaeology and Byzantine Art History

                                    Biegenstr. 11

                                    D-35037 Marburg

                                    +49 6421 2822347

                                    boehlendorf@uni-marburg.de

 

Academic Career

2017                            Professor and head of department in Christian Archaeology and Byzantine Art History in Marburg

2016                            Visiting professor in Christian Archaeology and Byzantine Art History in Freiburg

2015                            Habilitation in Christian Archaeology and Byzantine Art History, Mainz

2013 – 2017                Scientific Associate RGZM Mainz (DFG-Projekt Assos)

2008 – 2013                Scientific Associate in Freiburg, Heidelberg, Cottbus and Mainz

2011                            Certificate of the Associate Professorship in Christian Archaeology and Byzantine Art History in Turkey

2001 – 2007                Lecturer, since 2003 Assistant Professor in Byzantine Archaeology, ÇOMÜ Çanakkale / Turkey

1999                      Dissertation in Prehistory in Heidelberg (with focus on Byzantine Archaeology by Harald Hauptmann and Christine Strube)

Selected Projects

Since 2013                   Excavations and researches on the transformation and development of the late Antique and Byzantine city Assos

2007 – 2012                 Excavations of the Ayazma Church in Assos

2006 – 2018                 Field survey in the Southern Troad with the focus on late Antique and Byzantine landscape development

 

 

Other Activities

2005 – 2020              Organization of numerous conferences and workshops focusing Transformations of city and countryside, Living cultures in Byzantium, Small finds and pottery in Marburg, Mainz, Istanbul and Çanakkale.

 

 

Five key publications:

Die Oberstadt von Hattuša: Die mittelbyzantinische Siedlung in Bogazköy. Fallstudie zum Alltagsleben in einem anatolischen Dorf zwischen dem 10. und 12. Jahrhundert. Bogazköy-Hattuša, Ergebnisse der Ausgrabungen 26 (De Gruyter: Berlin 2019).

The glorious sixth century in Assos. The unknown prosperity of a provincial city in western Asia Minor, in: I. Jacobs – H. Elton (eds.), Asia Minor in the Long Sixth Century. Current Research and Future Directions (Oxford 2019) 223-245

Die Ayazmakirche in Assos: Lokales Pilgerheiligtum und Grabkirche, in: N. Arslan – E.-M. Mohr – K. Rheidt (eds.), Assos: Neue Forschungsergebnisse zur Baugeschichte und Archäologie der südlichen Troas. Asia Minor Studien 78 (Bonn 2016) 205-220.

 

Nothing to remember? Redesigning the ancient City of Assos in the Byzantine era, in: B. Poulsen – P. Pedersen – M. Seifert (eds.), Cityscape & Monuments of remembrance in western Asia Minor (Oxford 2017) 21-28.

Leben in der Provinz. Ländliche Siedlungen im spätantiken und byzantinischen Troas, in: F. Daim – J. Drauschke (eds.), Hinter den Mauern und auf dem offenen Land - Leben im Byzantinischen Reich. Byzanz zwischen Orient und Okzident 3 (Mainz 2016) 63-87.

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