Ariane Thomas published a book called “Les peintures murales du palais de Tell Ahmar. Les coleurs de l’empire assyrien” with the Louvre. In it the wonderful wall paintings of Tell Ahmar (the ancient Til Barsib) are displayed and discussed. Til Barsib dates back to the 5th millennium BCE. The wall paintings however are from the […]
In the current issue of the mainstream magazine “Welt der Wunder”, one of our illustrations got published. The article is a feature of Ramesses II. and on page 28 our reconstruction of Pi-Ramesse, the capital of Ramesses II., is used with the caption “The New York of Ancient Egypt”. The article is mainly about Ramesses […]
Matthew P. Canepa published “The Iranian Expanse. Transforming Royal Identity through architecture, landscape, and the built environment, 550 BCE-642 CE” and our reconstruction of the Seleucid Bit Resh is part of it! We are very happy about this publication and are even more happy to announce, that we will give away one copy of Canepas […]
One of our reconstructions got published in an article by Gunvor Lindström about the Oxos Temple in Tadzhikistan. The project page of that project is still not on our main site, but I am sure it will follow soon. In the meantime, you can give the article a read, it is in deed interesting. The […]
The newspaper “Berliner Morgenpost” has published an article about us (in German) in yesterday’s issue. It is under the segment “career” and talks about our work, ambition and goals. If you are interested, you can find the article right here.
It is a bit in the past, but we just received our deposit copies of the July issue of the Italian magazine Archeo. This magazine is dedicated to archaeological stories and news. Massimo Vidale and Andreas M. Steiner wrote an article about the fascinating metropolis of Uruk and of course mentioned the Uruk exhibition in […]
In this issue of the “Antike Welt” (3/2013) are a couple of pictures from our Uruk visualisations and we even made it onto the cover! Well, I know it is not People Magazine, but we are nonetheless very proud. You’ll see visualisations of the Ur III Period, the Late Uruk Period and the Seleucid Period. […]