Jochen Reinhard

Jochen Reinhard
Kanton Zug · Amt für Denkmalpflege und Archäologie

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Kite Aerial Photography (KAP) is applied as a tool for documenting excavations at the Tulul adh-Dhahab site in the lower Zarqa valley, northwestern Jordan. The resulting imagery as well as aerial photos from the 1950ies are used to generate 3D models, orthophotos and DSMs by Structure from Motion Photogrammetry (SfM).
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For the first time, a large and well-preserved tusk of a late-glacial mammoth from central Switzerland was examined in toto with use of a clinical scanning device featuring an improved design with an 82-cm-wide bore (SOMATOM X.ceed, Siemens Healthineers). The CT scans showed annual increments of dentin apposition from the central canal. A total of...
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R. Agola / M. Montandon / St. Hochuli / J. Reinhard / St. Doswald, Zug, Eielenwald, Egg. Ein einzigartiger keltisch-römischer Münzfund vom Zugerberg. Tugium 37, 2021, 30-31.
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Jochen Reinhard/Daniel Freund/Anita Meier, "Hügeli" allerorten? Steinberge im nördlichen Zugersee, Kanton Zug, Schweiz. Plattform 28/29, 2019/20 (2021), 136-139.
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Faszination Luftbild – Zuger Archäologie aus der Vogelperspektive (2021 Calendar)
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In archaeology, environmental history all too often focused on the individual settlements and on the economic use of their immediate environment. This view fails to acknowledge the importance of other actors (e.g. animals, plants, waters) interacting with humans. Outside the settlements, the traces of humans and these other actors are entangled and...
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In archaeology, environmental history all too often focused on the individual settlements and on the economic use of their immediate environment. This view fails to acknowledge the importance of other actors (e.g. animals, plants, waters) interacting with humans. Outside the settlements, the traces of humans and these other actors are entangled and...
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Three elk (Alces alces) bones found in 1955 in Zug-Gartenstadt, Switzerland, two shoulder blades and a tibia fragment, have been analysed anew: They date to the Late Ice Age around 12400 BP (12776-12220 calBC) according to two C14 dates - the finds are currently the oldest known elk bones in Switzerland after the Last Glacial Maximum and represent...
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A small exhibition near their find spot shows the remains of the Rotkreuz mammoth bones and tusk found in 2015. In addition to display cases containing the finds and panels with text and images, the exhibition links to interactive 3D models of the bones derived from CT scans (accessible via https://skfb.ly/6BRT6). These can be 3D printed and used i...
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J. Reinhard / K. Weber / G. Schaeren, Fundmeldung 'Zug, Schützenmatt, Seewasserzentrale: Aushubbegleitung'. Tugium 35, 2019, 56-58.
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J. Reinhard / G. Schaeren / I. Hajdas / W. H. Schoch, Fundmeldung 'Steinhausen, Sumpfstrasse 18: C14-Datierungen und Holzartenbestimmung'. Tugium 35, 2019, 47-48.
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J. Reinhard / G. Schaeren / I. Hajdas / W. H. Schoch, Fundmeldung 'Steinhausen, Erlenweg 5: Sondierung und Aushubüberwachung'. Tugium 35, 2019, 44-46.
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Exploring the documentation, analysis, publication and archiving of 3D data of endangered alpine rock art.
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In 2015, a tusk and several postcranial bones of a woolly mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius) were found during construction work in Risch-Rotkreuz (Canton Zug, Switzerland). Radiocarbon dated to around 17,000 calBP, the capital bull is one of the latest known mammoth finds from the Swiss plateau shortly before the species went extinct regionally. Thou...
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In archaeology, environmental history all too often focused on the individual settlements and on the economic use of their immediate environment. This view fails to acknowledge the importance of other actors (e.g. animals, plants, waters) interacting with humans. Outside the settlements, the traces of humans and these other actors are entangled and...
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Einst reichte der Zugersee bis nach Steinhausen. Auf dem Gebiet dieser heute verschwundenen Bucht liegen unter der Erde verborgen Überreste von jungstein- und bronzezeitlichen Siedlungen, die Teil des UNESCO-Welterbes «Prähistorische Pfahlbauten um die Alpen» sind. https://www.librumstore.com/buecher/archaeologie/ausflug-in-die-vergangenheit-archae...
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Talk held at the general assembly of the Mammut Museum friends' association in Niederweningen (see https://www.mammutmuseum.ch/) on 11.5.2019.
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Next to the famous "Chollerpark" site with thousands of bronze age wooden artefacts, a construction pit for an office building built in 2016/2017 yielded several more wooden artefacts, most importantly the transom of a dugout. All finds came from a peat layer superimposing river delta sediments and date to the Early Bronze Age (see https://www.rese...
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Das letzte Zuger Mammut ist zurück! Nach fast zweijähriger Konservierung und umfangreichen wissenschaftlichen Analysen sind die Knochen und der Stosszahn des Mammuts von Risch-Rotkreuz wieder an ihren Fundort zurückgekehrt. Sie werden hier erstmals in konserviertem Zustand gezeigt. (Ausstellung in Rotkreuz 5.-30.11.2018) The last mammoth from Zug...
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In 2015 the skeletal remains of a late glacial bull mammoth, approximately 17,000 years old, were discovered in Risch-Rotkreuz (Canton Zug, Switzerland, location: https://s.geo.admin.ch/7d5a3a861a), see https://goo.gl/2Efdze for the original publication. In the meantime bones and tusk have been analysed both for stable isotopes and aDNA (see https:...
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The Roman villa rustica of Cham-Heiligkreuz (Canton Zug, Switzerland; see https://goo.gl/9qtK7w for its location on a map) was partly excavated in the 1930ies. The exact position of the excavation trenches has been debated for a long time and was only reconstructed in 1993 using archival data. This placement has now been verified by a combination o...
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Next to the famous "Chollerpark" site with thousands of bronze age wooden artefacts, a construction pit for an office building built in 2016/2017 yielded several more wooden artefacts, most importantly the transom of a dugout. All finds came from a peat layer superimposing river delta sediments and date to the Early Bronze Age. J. Reinhard, K. Web...
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J. Reinhard / S. Fuchs / S. Maier / G.F. Schaeren, Fundmeldung 'Cham, Mugerenstrasse 29-39 und 70-82'. Tugium 34, 2018, 25-26.
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J. Reinhard / D. Zimmermann / G.F. Schaeren / I. Hajdas / St. Steiner-Osimitz / S. Volken / M. Volken / W. Schoch, Fundmeldung 'Zug, Schützenmatt, Zielschacht Alpenquai: Sondierbohrungen und Aushubüberwachung'. Tugium 34, 2018, 48-50.
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J. Reinhard / K. Weber / G.F. Schaeren, Fundmeldung 'Steinhausen ZG, Sumpfstrasse 18 (2209)'. Jahrbuch Archäologie Schweiz 101, 2018, 187-188, 189 Abb. 12.
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J. Reinhard / G.F. Schaeren, Fundmeldung 'Zug ZG, Schützenmatt (2241)'. Jahrbuch Archäologie Schweiz 101, 2018, 251, 251 Abb. 50.
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"What Fits in the Backpack… Combining Leisure Time and Archaeological Field Work": What should you do if you accidentally stumble across archaeological finds or features in your free time, e.g., while hiking? A stone slab covered with cup marks and petroglyphs in the Matter Valley near Zermatt in the Swiss canton of Valais serves as an example for...
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In July 2015, a tusk and several bone fragments of an adult mammoth bull have been unearthed on a construction site in Risch-Rotkreuz, Canton of Zug. They have been dated to the end of the last ice age at around 15'000 BC by AMS radiocarbon measurements. The discovery of the mammoth remains entailed international media coverage. See https://skfb.ly...
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See https://blog.sketchfab.com/around-world-80-models-mount-zion/.
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Der Aufsatz berichtet über den Abschluss des im Jahr 2013 begonnenen Projekts, alle ehedem nur im Druck erschienen Aufsätze der Fachzeitschrift Archäologische Informationen zu retrodigitalisieren und in den Open Access zu geben. Einschließlich der ersten, heute als gedruckte Bände nur noch schwer beschaffbaren Ausgaben (1972 ff.) stehen nun 86 % al...
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Publication of a talk held at the CAA 2013 in Berlin, see video at http://community.topoi.org/web/ag-caa-2013/pw ans slides at https://www.academia.edu/2307147/Structure-from-Motion-Photogrammetrie_mit_Agisoft_PhotoScan_-_erste_Erfahrungen_aus_der_Grabungspraxis. ABSTRACT: Until recently, photogrammetric documentation methods in archaeology have b...
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Die Arbeitsgemeinschaft Computeranwendungen und Quantitative Methoden in der Archäologie (AD CAA) veranstaltet jährlich einen gleichnamigen Workshop, der 2013 an der Freien Universität Berlin stattfand. Die Aufsätze zeigen, dass dreidimensionale Daten bei der archäologischen Dokumentation und Analyse immer wichtiger werden. 3D-Modelle oder digitale...
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In July 2015, a tusk and several bone fragments of an adult mammoth bull have been unearthed on a construction site in Risch-Rotkreuz, Canton Zug, Central Switzerland. The perfectly preserved skeletal elements have been dated to the end of the last ice age at around 15'000 BC by AMS radiocarbon measurements, which is interesting also from the point...
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A short presentation of the Early Bronze Age quartz ceramic (”Faience”) beads found at the Cham-Bachgraben (Zug, Switzerland) pile dwelling site in 2009-2013.
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J. Reinhard, 3D-Dokumentation mit Drohne. In: M. Sauter (Hrsg.), Surenenpass. Archäologie und Geschichte in Attinghausen. Archäologische Prospektion - Archaeological Survey 1 (Hochwald 2016), 172-183. For the 3D models see https://sketchfab.com/archaeobotics/collections/attinghausen-geissruggen-ur-schweiz.
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In July 2015, a tusk and several bone fragments of an adult mammoth bull have been unearthed on a construction site in Risch-Rotkreuz, Canton of Zug. They have been dated to the end of the last ice age at around 15’000 BC by AMS radiocarbon measurements. The discovery of the mammoth remains entailed international media coverage. See https://skfb.ly...
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J. Reinhard, Online-Präsentation von 3D-Modellen mit Sketchfab. Rundbrief Grabungstechnik 9, 2016, 12-14.
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Die Tübinger Thesen zur Archäologie entstanden im Kontext der Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Ur- und Frühgeschichte e. V. (DGUF): "Schafft sich die Öffentlichkeit eine andere Archäologie? Analysen einer Machtverschiebung" im Mai 2015 in Tübingen. Die Tagung war geprägt von einer sich durch die Vorträge und Diskussionen ziehenden gemein...
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Zur Auswertung von Nahbereichsluftbildern mittels Structure-from-Motion-Photogrammetrie - Stand der Dinge, Anwendungsbeispiele, Zukunftsaussichten. See slides for an English description!
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See https://community.topoi.org/web/uav-2014/programm for videos of the presentations and https://community.topoi.org/web/uav-2014/home for general information.
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Will be published in: Reinhard, J. (im Druck) Structure-from-Motion-Fotogrammetrie mit Agisoft PhotoScan. Erste Erfahrungen aus der Grabungspraxis. In: U. Lieberwirth, I. Herzog (Hrsg.), Computeranwendungen und Quantitative Methoden in der Archäologie. 4. Workshop der CAA 2013. Berlin Studies of the Ancient World [im Druck].
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Th. Pola, H. Kröger, B. Rasink, J. Reinhard, M. al-Balawnah, M. Abu Abila, A preliminary report of the Tulul adh-Dhahab (Wadi az-Zarqa) survey and excavation seasons 2005 - 2011. Annual of the Department of Antiquities of Jordan 57, 2013 (2016), 81-96.