Hans-Peter Kuhnen

Hans-Peter Kuhnen
Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz | JGU · Institute of Prehistory and Early History

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Introduction
Hans-Peter Kuhnen currently teaches Archaeology at the Department of the Study of the Ancient World - Institut für Altertumswissenschaften, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz. Hans-Peter does research on the Roman provinces in the NorthWest and the Near East. His current project are 'Ausgrabungen am Nordausgang des Amphitheaters Trier 1996-1999: Final Report' and the final report of the German 1978/82 exavations of the Early Medieval bishop see of Sabiona - Säben (SouthTirol, Italy).

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With its Benedictine convent and four churches, Säben remains the Holy Mountain of South Tyrol and continues to form an important part of the cultural identity of the province. Excavations carried out between 1978 and 1982 by the University of Bonn highlighted the importance of Säben as an Early Christian centre and also showed that, besides cleric...
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Geoarchaeology provides methods to reconstruct past landscape settings which are of central importance to understand the function and relevance of ancient settlements. In addition, detailed information about the geographical setting of the sites is missing in many excavation reports. This paper deals with a preliminary study to investigate ‘geo-arc...
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Schlagwortverzeichnis: Oberrhein; Spätantike; Alamannen; Gewässerarchäologie; Landschafts- und Umweltgeschichte; Wirtschaftsgeschichte. Key Words: Upper Rhine; Late Antiquity; Alemanni; Alamanni; Underwater Archaeology; History of Landscape and Environment; History of Economy; Roman Economy
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After an introduction on research history, the article addresses the question of the establishment of Roman presses in the Moselle valley between Trier and Traben-Trarbach and their place in rural settlement. The geographical distribution of the sites is analysed with the aim of defining the importance of vine growing in their productions. The resu...

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Final publication of the rescue excavations around the amphtheatre of Trier headed by the author in 1996-1999, cf. Hans-Peter Kuhnen (ed.), Amphtheater Trier I (Rahden/Westf. 2017).