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Kristina Winther-Jacobsen

 

 

 

Danish National Research Foundation's Centre for Black Sea Studies University of Aarhus, Jens Chr. Skous Vej 3, bygn. 1451, lok. 325 DK-8000 Århus C.

Tel: +45 89 42 54 07
Fax: +45 89 42 54 10
E-mail: klakwj@hum.au.dk

 

Research profile

I graduated from the University of Copenhagen in 1999, where I lectured in classical archaeology at the Saxo-Institute until 2006. I have a PhD from the University of Cambridge, Faculty of Classics (2008). 

During the 1990s I was assistant director of the University of Copenhagen Excavations at Panayia Ematousa, Cyprus directed by Prof. Lone Wriedt Sørensen, Saxo-Institute. From 2000 to 2005 I directed the pottery studies of the Troodos Archaeological and Environmental Survey Project, an international multi-disciplinary project in Cyprus directed by Prof. Bernard Knapp and Prof. Michael Given, University of Glasgow, Prof. Jay Noller, University of Oregon, and Prof. Vasiliki Kassianidou, University of Cyprus. I also collaborate with the Department of Antiquities, Cyprus publishing material from rescue-excavated Hellenistic-Roman tombs.

My main research interests are the social, economic, and physical landscapes of Cyprus during the Roman period and pottery studies. My PhD “From pots to people. A ceramic approach to archaeological interpretation of ploughsoil assemblages” investigates the theoretical and practical foundation of ceramic studies in archaeology and the perspectives of activity differentiation of sites identified by archaeological survey based on ceramic studies.

 

Black Sea Research

I am involved in the the Džarylgač Survey Project.

 

Publications

Forthcoming      From Pots to People: A ceramic approach to the archaeological interpretation of ploughsoil assemblages in Late Roman Cyprus (Babesch Supplement 16, 2009).
Forthcoming      (with E. Zachariou-Kaila) Ambeli tou Englezou. A Hellenistic-Roman tomb in Arsinoe (Monographs of the Department of Antiquities, Cyprus).
Forthcoming      Review of Indo-Roman Trade: From Pots to Pepper (Duckworth debates in archaeology). London 2008, by R. Tomber, in JRS 2010.
Forthcoming      Supply mechanisms at non-agricultural production sites. Economic modelling in Late Roman Cyprus, in: M. Lawall & J. Lund (eds.),The transport amphorae and trade of Cyprus A Seminar at the Danish Institute at Athens, 23rd - 24th of April 2007 (Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens).
2008                Review of Testing the Hinterland. The work of the Boeotia Survey (1989-1991) in the southern approaches to the city of Thespiai (Macdonald Institute Monographs), Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2007, edited by Bintliff, J., Howard, P. & A. Snodgrass, in: Bryn Mawr Classical Review http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/bmcr/2008/2008-08-34.html 
2008                (with П. Гульдагер Бильде, П. Аттема, С.Б. Ланцов, Т.Н. Смекалова, В.Ф. Столба, Т. де Хаас, С. Хандберг) Джарылгачский исследовательский проект. Результаты сезона 2007 г, Боспорский феномен, 2007, 107-118.
2008                Review of From Evagoras i to the Ptolemies: the Transition from the Classical to the Hellenistic Period in Cyprus. Proceedings of the International Archaeological Conference, Nicosia 29-30 November 2002. The Department of Antiquities Cyprus, Nicosia 2007, edited by Pavlos Flourentzos, in: AJA Online Reviews 112.2: http://www.ajaonline.org/pdfs/book_reviews/111.2/12_Jacobsen.pdf 

2008                The role of pottery in the interpretation and classification of rural sites in Cyprus. The functional typology, in: Vanhaverbeke, H., Poblome, J., Vermeulen, F. & M. Waelkens (eds), Dialogue with Sites. The Definition of Space and Time in the Roman period (Studies in Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology 8), Brepols-Turnhout, 21-30.

2008                Review of Survey and Excavation: Mons Claudianus, 1987 - 1993 Volume III: Ceramic Vessels and Related Objects. (Fouilles de l'Ifao 54.) Cairo: Institut française d’archéologie orientale, 2006, edited by V.A. Maxfield and D.P.S. Peacock, Classical Review 58.1, 285-287.

2007                    Transport Amphorae in the Copper Mining Industry of Cyprus: Introducing a new type of transport amphorae from Cyprus, in: M. Bonifay & J.-C. Treglia (ed.), LRCW 2, Late Roman Coarse Wares, Cooking Wares and Amphorae in the Mediterranean, Archaeology and Archaeometry (BAR Int. Ser.), Oxford.

2007                    Pots for the Dead. Pottery and ritual in Cypriote tombs of the Hellenistic and Roman period, in: D. Malfitana, J. Poblome & J. Lund (Eds.), Old Pottery in a New Century. Innovating Perspectives on Roman Pottery Studies. Proceedings of the International Workshop, Catania 22-24 April 2004, 389-396.

2007                Review of Trade Relations in the Eastern Mediterranean from the Late Hellenistic Period to Late Antiquity: The ceramic evidence. Acts from a Ph.D.-seminar for young scholars, Sandbjerg Manorhouse, 12-15 February 1998 (Halicarnassian Studies 3), University Press of Southern Denmark, Odense 2005, edited by Maria Berg Briese and Leif Erik Vaag, in: AJA Online Reviews 111.2: http://www.ajaonline.org/pdf/book_reviews/112/08_Jacobsen.pdf 

2006                (with Graham, A. & V. Kassianidou) Ayia Marina Mavrovouni. A Roman settlement and smelting workshop in the central northern foothills of the Troodos Mountains, Cyprus”, RDAC 2006, 345-367. 

2006                Cooking Wares, in: L. Wriedt Sørensen & K. Winther Jacobsen (eds.), Panayia Ematousa I. A Rural site in south-eastern, Cyprus (Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 6.1). Athens, 224-236.

2006                Utility Ceramics, in: L. Wriedt Sørensen & K. Winther Jacobsen (eds.), Panayia Ematousa I. A Rural site in south-eastern, Cyprus (Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 6.1). Athens, 237-311.

2006                Transport Amphorae, in: L. Wriedt Sørensen & K. Winther Jacobsen (eds.), Panayia Ematousa I. A Rural site in south-eastern, Cyprus (Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 6.1). Athens, 312-349.

2006                Why undecorated pottery matters in: L. Wriedt Sørensen & K. Winther Jacobsen (eds.), Panayia Ematousa II. Political, cultural, ethnic and social relations in Cyprus. Approaches to Regional Studies (Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 6.2). Athens, 51-60.

2005                Late Roman Coarse wares and Transport Amphorae from Panayia Ematousa, Cyprus, in: J.M. Gurt i Esparraguere, J. Buxeda I Garrigós & M.A. Cau Ontiveros (eds.), 1st International Conference on Late Roman Coarse Wares, Cooking Wares and Amphorae in the Mediterranean: Archaeology and Archaeometry (Barcelona, 14-16 March 2002) (BAR International Series 1340), Oxford, 625-634.

2004                Regional distribution of transport amphorae in Cyprus in the Late Roman period, in: J. Lund & J. Eiring (eds.), Transport Amphorae and Trade in the Eastern mediterranean (International Colloquium at the Danish institute at Athens, 26-29 september) (Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 5), 143-148.

2002                Cypriote Transport Amphorae of the Archaic and Classical period, Acta Hyperborea 9, 169-184.

2002                (with M. Given, A.B. Knapp et al.) Troodos Archaeological Survey Project: First Preliminary Report (June-July 2000), RDAC 2001, 425-440.

2001                Creating a Divine Image. The Case of Juno Sospita, in: J. Lund & P. Pentz (red.), Festskrift til prof. emeritus P.J. Riis, København, 23-33. 

1998                Transport Amphoras found 1993-1996. Third Preliminary Report of The Danish Archaeological Excavations at Panayia Ematousa, Aradippou, Cyprus, Proceedings of the Danish Institut at Athens II, 349-359.

Editing

2006                (with L. Wriedt Sørensen) Panayia Ematousa I. A Rural site in south-eastern, Cyprus (Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 6.1). Athens.

2006                (with L. Wriedt Sørensen) Panayia Ematousa II. Political, cultural, ethnic and social relations in Cyprus. Approaches to Regional Studies (Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 6.2). Athens.

                      

  

 

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