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Welcome to the Press Portal of the German Archaeological Institute!

The Press Portal offers free access to current and archived messages and reports about and from the Institute, including press kit and info material available for download in PDF.
After registering, you will find press photos on current news items sorted according to department and project and available for download free of charge. You can find further information on the projects with the addresses of persons to contact here.

We would be happy to add your organization to our mailing list so that you can receive the DAI Newsletter containing the latest news, background information, tips on forthcoming events, and much more. Please register here: presse@dainst.de.

Press Releases

Latest and archive press releases.

Reproduction of attached images must be accompanied by the relevant copyright information. Unless otherwise stated in the caption, the credit line should be: Deutsches Archäologisches Institut.

Healing limbs and burying gods

Spectacular sculptures discovered in a cave underneath the theatre castle of Miletus (Turkey)

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The project “Silk Road Fashion” seeks to open a dialogue with 3000-year old clothing once worn in eastern central Asia

Interdisciplinary Sino-German research project decodes the “Language of Clothes”

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Starkes Netzwerk in Nachwuchsförderung und Capacity Building

Rahmenvereinbarung zwischen DAI und HTW Berlin unterzeichnet

 

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Leitende Funktionen im Deutschen Archäologischen Institut neu besetzt

Zentraldirektion wählt Generalsekretär und Leiterin der Römisch-Germanischen Kommission

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Einladung zur Jahrespressekonferenz

Aktuelle archäologische Forschung weltweit

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Press Reviews

International press review, supported by MeltwaterNews.

3,000-year-old jeans found in China suggest Justin Bieber may not have been a style-setter

Hipsters wanting the ultimate retro look, take note: Two pairs of trousers from China may be the earliest yet found.

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Archaeologists Find Oldest Known Trousers in the World

A team of archaeologists excavating tombs in western China uncovered the remains of two nomadic herders and a 3,000-year-old pair of trousers with woven patterns, which are the oldest known pair ever discovered, according to a report in Science News.

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3000-yr-old trousers discovered in Chine

BEIJING: Scientists have discovered a pair of trousers in a Chinese tomb that may be the oldest ever found.

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Menilik Celana Panjang Tertua di Dunia

Sebuah penggalian di Tiongkok menemukan benda yang tak biasa, yaitu celana panjang.

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Press Images

High-resolution press-approved images can be downloaded free of charge.
The images supplied here are lent for the sole purpose of illustrating editorial publicity directly related to the German Archaeological Institute.

Reproduction of each image must be accompanied by the relevant copyright information. Unless otherwise stated in the caption, the credit line should be: Deutsches Archäologisches Institut.

To have access to and to download the press photos please register yourself on iDAI.images.

http://arachne.uni-koeln.de/arachne/index.php?view[layout]=anmeldung_presse

Once you have registered, you will receive an email containing a link to iDAI.images:

http://arachne.uni-koeln.de/presse

Requests for image use in commercial publications should be directed to the photo archives of the departments whose archive contains the negative. Please find further informations about the archives of the DAI here.

If you have questions or problems please contact presse@dainst.de

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    Ausstellung / Exposición Blick Mira!

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Press Contact

Deutsches Archäologisches Institut
Zentrale - Pressestelle
Podbielskiallee 69-71
Tel.: + 49-(0)30-18 77 11-120
Mobil: +49-(0)173-92 81 354
Fax: + 49-(0)30-18 77 11-191

E-Mail: presse@dainst.de

Ansprechpartnerin: Nicole Kehrer, M.A.

 

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