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German Archaeological Institute
Istanbul Department
İnönü Caddesi 10
34437 Istanbul

New publications::

Janet Lorentzen, Felix Pirson, Peter Schneider und Ulrike Wulf-Rheidt (Hrsg.) Aktuelle Forschungen zur Konstruktion, Funktion und Semantik antiker Stadtbefestigungen, Byzas 10, 2010
Andreas Schachner, Assyriens Könige an einer der Quellen des Tigris. Archäologische Forschungen im Höhlensystem von Bırkleyn und am sogenannten Tigris-Tunnel IstForsch 51, 2009
Istanbuler Mitteilungen 59, 2009

 

DAI istanbul, an annual brochure with general informations on the activities of the Istanbul department:
Volume 8/2010 short reports on the season of 2008 (PDF 1.43 MB)
For previous volumes click here

The Istanbuler Mitteilungen appears annually. Additionally, there are the series Istanbuler Forschungen and BYZAS and special publications.

Further Information

Telephone:

90-(0)212-393 76 00

Fax:
90-(0)212-393 76 14 (secretary), 90-(0)212-393 76 40 (administration)
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Recent projects

  • 24.10.2013

    The language of clothes along the Silk Road: What does their wardrobe speak to us about humans between 1000 BC and 300 AD? more

  • 22.10.2012

    Frühe protourbane Zentren im nordwestpontischen Raum? Untersuchung einer Cucuteni-Tripol´e-zeitlichen Großsiedlung more

  • 07.05.2012

    Siedlungskomplex Orlovka-Kartal und die frühe Kupferzeit im nordwestlichen Schwarzmeer-Gebiet (Ukraine/Republik Moldau) more

Completed projects

  • 06.07.2011

    Russian Federation: Barsuchij Log more

  • 21.06.2011

    Russian Federation: Chicha more

  • 21.06.2011

    Russian Federation: Suchanicha more

Recent publications

  • 28.07.2014

    Epigraphische Forschungen auf der Arabischen Halbinsel more

  • 28.07.2014

    Baghdader Forschungen more

  • 15.06.2014

    MIRAS more

Contact

The German Archaeological Institute (DAI) is a »scientific corporation« of the Federal Institution under the auspices of the Foreign Office. The staff of the Institute carries out research in the area of archaeology and in related fields and maintains relations with international scholars.
Furthermore, it organizes congresses, colloquia and tours, and informs the public through the media about its work.  

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