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Dr. rer. nat. Michael Thelemann


Landscape Archaeology and Architecture (LAA)

Physische Geographie

SS 2011 – SS 2012     
Studentischer Mitarbeiter im Fachgebiet der Bodenkunde und Standortlehre der Landwirtschaftlich-Gärtnerischen Fakultät der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

WS 2009/10 – SS 2011     
Studentischer Mitarbeiter in der Abteilung Geomorphologie, Bodengeographie und Quartärforschung des Geographischen Instituts der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

WS 2009/10 – SS 2012     
Studium des Master of Science, Geographie der Großstadt – Physische Geographie, Umwelt und Natur an der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

WS 2007/08 – SS 2009     
Studium der Geographie an der Universiteit van Amsterdam

WS 2005/06 – SS 2009     
Studium des Bachelor of Science, Physische Geographie an der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

Abiturabschluss an der Lily-Braun-Oberschule in Berlin

Human and Environment Interactions in the Environs of Prehistorical Iron Smelting Places in Silesia, Poland. Landscape Archaeological and Geoarchaeological Investigations in the Context of Early Iron Smelting

Since November 2012 Michael Thelemann participated in the PhD program Landscape Archaeology and Architecture (LAA) at the BerGSAS as a Doctoral Fellow in the interdisciplinary research project (A-5-2) 'Iron Mining in the Przeworsk Culture' of the Cluster of Excellence Exc264 Topoi. In his doctoral thesis he deals with the human-environment interactions of early iron smelting during the pre-Roman Iron Age and the early Roman period in the Widawa catchment area in Lower Silesia, Poland. His investigations focus on three approaches in the context of human and environment interactions in regard to early iron smelting: (i) a resource approach investigating the general resource situation, the favorability for bog iron ores and the geochemical and mineralogical composition of local ores and prehistoric slags; (ii) a landscape approach dealing with a holistic reconstruction of the landscape genesis and the human impacts on the landscape development and (iii) an environmental approach focusing on small-scale geochemical impacts of human activities at furnace locations of the prehistoric smelting site of Pielgrzymowice.

This dissertation project was successfully completed within the research group A-5 Iron as a raw material of the Excellence Cluster 264 Topoi.

Makki, M.; Frielinghaus, M.; Hardt, J.; Thelemann, M. (Hrsg.): Boden des Jahres 2010 – Stadtböden. Berlin und seine Böden. Berliner Geographische Arbeiten 117.