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Dr. Hauke Ziemssen

 
Research Associate
Research Center of Ancient Studies

Otto-von-Simson-Str. 7
14195 Berlin

Tel: +49 (0)30 838-52249

Hauke Ziemssen studied Classical Archaeology in Hamburg and Rome. His PhD thesis dealt with the architectural monuments of emperor Maxentius (306-312 AD) in the city of Rome. Since 2006 he worked as a science manager, first at the German Archaeological Institute (DAI) and since 2008 as executive secretary of the Excellence Cluster Topoi. Since 2015 he also works as a research assistant at the Berliner Antike-Kolleg.

Fields of Research

Roman architecture and archaeology

Publications

2016

H. Brunke, E. Bukowiecki, E. Cancik-Kirschbaum, R. Eichmann, M. van Ess, A. Gass, M. Gussone, S. Hageneuer, S. Hansen, W. Kogge, J. May, H. Parzinger, O. Pedersén, D. Sack, F. Schopper, U. Wulf-Rheidt, H. Ziemssen, "Thinking Big. Research in Monumental Constructions in Antiquity", in: Space and Knowledge. Topoi Research Group Articles, eTopoi. Journal for Ancient Studies, Special Volume 6 (2016), 250–305.

2012

O. Dally, S. Moraw, H. Ziemssen (Eds.), Bild – Raum – Handlung. Perspektiven der Archäologie, Berlin / Boston (2012).

2008

"Palast und städtischer Raum. Wandel und Kontinuität des römischen Stadtzentrums (1.-4. Jh. n. Chr.)", in: Hephaistos 26 (2008 [2010]), 189–204.

2007

H. Leppin, H. Ziemssen, Maxentius. Der letzte Kaiser in Rom (2007).

2006

B. Frischer, D. Abernathy, F. Cairoli Giuliani, R. T. Scott, H. Ziemssen, "A New Digital Model of the Roman Forum", in: L. Haselberger, J. Humphrey (Eds.), Imaging Ancient Rome. Documentation - Visualization - Imagination (Proceedings of the Third Williams Symposium on Classical Architecture), JRA suppl. ser. 61 (2006) 163–182.