Archaeology Worldwide, the magazine of the German Archaeological Institute, addresses the general public. It offers a biannual report on DAI activities, contains stories on how archaeology solves ancient riddles, and explains how archaeological findings can be used to understand our present and future – often with surprising results.
Archaeology Worldwide 2-2016
Surveying the Ancient World
In this issue, our Cover Story illustrates how the collaboration between archaeology and the natural sciences can function. And how international cooperation specifically can lead to ground-breaking results is shown in the Cultural Heritage section with a feature on Chinese-German activities at the Sacred Pond Pavilion in the Forbidden City, Beijing. The Panorama section proves the point that authors of archaeological manuscripts should never give up hope. It can happen that they get published 90 years after submission.
Archaeology Worldwide 1-2016
On the Move
Archaeology Worldwide Special Issue 2016
Reconstruction. A network for archaeological cultural heritage
The Archaeological Heritage Network (ArcHerNet) brings together German expertise in the field of cultural preservation and cultural heritage protection. The objective is to make this expertise available for cultural preservation projects in other countries too. The first such project to be implemented by the ArcHerNet, with the support of the Foreign Office, is "Stunde Null" ("zero hour"), aimed at developing a viable future for the time after the crisis in countries that are riven by conflict. Learn more about ArcHerNet in this special issue of Archaeology Worldwide!
Archaeology Worldwide 2-2015
Gift-giving in all its facets is the general theme of this issue of Archaeology Worldwide. Everyday Archaeology takes a look at a programme being developed over several years whereby Iraqi and German scholars work and learn together. In the Cultural Heritage section we go inside Iranian archives, and in the Landscape feature we look down from dizzying heights.
Archäologie Weltweit 2015 Sonderausgabe 2
Fundamente. Zivilgesellschaftliches Engagement für die Archäologie
Ohne das unermüdliche Engagement von Stiftungen, Freundeskreisen und Privatpersonen ist heute keine wissenschaftliche Arbeit mehr denkbar. Die Sonderausgabe gibt aber auch einen Einblick in die Geschichte privaten Engagements seit den Anfängen des Instituts im 19.Jahrhundert und zeigt, dass die Archäologie ein Feld mit vielen Facetten ist, die man unterstützen kann.
Archaeology Worldwide 1-2015
Ancient Centres of Globalization
Archaeology Worldwide 2015 Special Edition
World Heritage. Science and Basic Research
On the occasion of the 39th Session of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee in Bonn, we would like to highlight in this special edition of "Archaeology Worldwide" the far-reaching connections between archaeological research and the work of the World Heritage Committee. Citing specific DAI projects at archaeological sites, we will briefly describe the various steps from initial investigation to ultimate inscription on the World Heritage List.
Archaeology Worldwide 2-2014
Devotion, Power, Identity – Sanctuaries in Antiquity
The fourth edition of our magazine Archaeology Worldwide is dedicated to holy places, trade centers, think tanks, sports stadiums, and information exchanges – all possible functions of ancient sanctuaries, the cover topic of this issue. The section "Landscapes" includes reports on ancient industrial landscapes in Afghanistan and Iran; "Everyday Archaeology" offers a glimpse into the work day of historical construction researchers; and the "Portrait" section introduces two DAI members who were recently appointed to leading posts.
Archaeology Worldwide 2014 Special Edition
The review process. A wider perspective on international culture and education policy
The special edition of Archaeology Worldwide reports on DAI's active involvement in the review process of the Federal Foreign Office. The process titled "Außenpolitik Weiter Denken" ("A wider perspective on foreign policy") was initiated in December 2013 by the German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier. As the "third pillar" of German foreign policy, foreign culture and education policy plays a key part in this initiative. Current political developments, including the situation in the Middle East, lend this process great urgency, particularly in the realms of cultural preservation and the protection of cultural goods.
Archaeology Worldwide 1-2014
Networked Worlds – Mobility, Migration, and Trade in Antiquity
The third edition of Archaeology Worldwide is dedicated to networked worlds in antiquity. The main aspects of the cover topic are mobility, migration, and trade in ancient cultures. The "Report" gives an account of a Phoenician establishment on the Iberian Peninsula; the "Interview" sheds light on Mediterranean studies as part of classical studies; and the "Portrait" section introduces two DAI members who were recently appointed to leading posts.
Archaeology Worldwide 2-2013
Giant Building Sites in Antiquity – The Culture, Politics, and Technology of Monumental Architecture
Cover story and "Report" section of the second edition of Archaeology Worldwide are dedicated to ancient large-scale building sites and their technological, social, and cultural aspects. Introducing IT technology to classical studies poses quite specific logistical and political challenges, as our "Interview" reveals. And the "Portraits" inform readers on the current chances of foreign culture and education policy in the Middle East.
Archaeology Worldwide 1-2013
Archaeology of Water – The Technical, Cultural, and Social Impacts of an Element
Archaeology Worldwide is scheduled to be published in three editions per year. Our reports explore the current working conditions in our guest countries. The first report will cover Egypt. Our cover stories are dedicated to complex topics that offer overarching aspects – in the UNESCO's International Year of Water Cooperation, water was only the logical choice as our first cover topic. There will be a special section for reports on our cultural preservation work, which will also be a topic throughout the magazine. Archaeology Worldwide offers an entire cosmos of archeological topics – just turn the pages!