Birte Ahrens

Birte Ahrens
Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel | CAU · Graduate School “Human Development in Landscapes”

Doctor of Philosophy

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In May 2010 an exceptionally well preserved 14th century burial was excavated in a cave of Tsagaan Khad mountain in Southern Mongolia by a Mongolian-German team of archaeologists. Among the Inner Asian cave burials known today, the grave is of special importance because it was scientifically documented in a relatively undisturbed state, and because...
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Archaeological research and excavation in Bayangolyn Am In recent years, Mongolian-German joint archaeological expedition carried out an excavation to the near the Karakorum area ancient capital of Mongol Empire, Erdene-zuu Monastery, Baga Narijny am and Bayangolyn Am area in Orkhon Valley. In this article, we present circular structures located...
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Im Januar 2010 entdeckten B. Šoovdor und G. Batmunch unweit der Winterjurte ihrer Familie in einer Felshöhle einen großen Holzgegenstand, Lederreste und einige Knochen. Als die Finder auf eine mumifizierte Menschenhand stießen, been-deten sie die Durchsuchung der Höhle. Im Mai 2010 erfuhr ein Archäologenteam der Abteilung für Vor-und Frühgeschichtl...
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excavated parts of a craftsmen quarter in the center of the old Mongolian capital Karakorum (Fig. 1) where — according to William of Rubruck, a Franciscan monk, who stayed there several months during spring 1254 (cf. Rubruck/Jackson 1990) — a Chinese population lived and worked in the 13 th century CE. The excavations in the center of the first cap...
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The international project "Geo-Archaeology in the Steppe - Reconstruction of Cultural Landscapes in the Orkhon valley, Central Mongolia" was set up in July 2008. It is headed by the Department of Pre- and Protohistoric Archaeology of Bonn University. The project aims at the study of prehistoric and historic settlement patterns, human impact on the...

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Mongolian ancient capital Karakorum research