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  1. Engberg, Jakob

    Church history (persecutions, martyrs and apologists), Religion and society (religion and politics, church and empire, Roman government and jurisprudence, Roman history)

    • Hannestad, Lise

      Economic history (Trade in Ancient Greece), Greek archaeology (Greek iconography, Greek Pottery, Hellenistic sculpture, Material culture and identity), Peripheral regions (Black Sea archaeology, The Etruscans, The Near East in the Hellenistic period), Roman archaeology (Food and Drink in the Roman World), Town and country

      • Hannestad, Niels

        Archaeology of Late Antiquity (Late Antique sculpture, transition from paganism to christianity), Roman archaeology (Roman art and propaganda, Roman coins, Roman portraits, Roman sculpture)

        • Jessen, Kim Behrens

          Greek archaeology (Olympia and the Olympic Games), Political history (political architecture), Roman archaeology

          • Krasilnikoff, Jens

            Greco-Roman Antiquity, Economic history, Political history (Greek military history, mercenaries, The History of the first Athenian empire), Reception of Antiquity, Religion and society, Social history, Town and country (Agricultural Strategies in Attica, 800 - 100 BC., Culturel Ecology, Formation of of landscapes and cityscapes, Marginal land, Resources of ancient Greek Farming)

            • Kristensen, Troels Myrup

              Greco-Roman Antiquity, Archaeology of Late Antiquity (Asia Minor, Egypt, Near East), Graeco-Roman religions, Greek archaeology, Religion and society (iconoclasm, pilgrimage, religious violence), Roman archaeology (Roman sculpture, Social identity, Visual culture)

              • Poulsen, Birte

                Archaeology of Late Antiquity (architecture, cultural exchange, cultural identity, glass, inscriptions, mosaics), Greek archaeology (Hellenistic architecture, Hellenistic mosaics, Hellenistic sculpture), Roman archaeology (Roman architecture, Roman glass, Roman pottery)