Nicola Scheyhing

Nicola Scheyhing
State Museum of Prehistory, Saxony-Anhalt

Magister

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Introduction
Independent Researcher and PhD student at Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, holding a Magister Degree in Prehistoric Archaeology of the Eberhardt-Karls-Universität in Tübingen, and temporaily Researcher for the Project "Contextualizing of the Nebra Sky Disc" at the State Museum of Saxony-Anhalt in Halle. Focus on material remains of cult and rites in prehistoric societies of Middle Europe + SW Asia, commited to the role of tourism and Museums in SciComm.
Education
April 2004 - February 2011
University of Tuebingen
Field of study
  • Institut für Ur- und Frühgeschichte und Archäologie des Mittelalters

Publications

Publications (9)
Conference Paper
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CfP for Session 236 - Representation matters - Diversity in Visual Representation of the Past. Pleas submit your proposal till February 11, 2021 online: https://eaa.klinkhamergroup.com/eaa2021/sessions/?step=4&token=rGwjgHXcfMI%2FGvBCWTNciw%3D%3D
Presentation
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Entwicklung einer Spieleidee zur Kommunikation der Problematik Bestattung und Tod in Museen. Abschlussarbeit des Qualifizierungskurses Spielen im Museum 2019, BA Wolfenbüttel. Development of a gameficated form of communication of the complex of burials and death in the Museum education sector. final assignment of the Qualification workshop "Gaming...
Article
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From the 3rd millennium B.C. on, written and archaeological sources of the Levant and the Near East refer to a complex of cultic installations, mainly made of upright standing stones. These objects are commonly known from antique and biblical texts as the Greek baityloi or the Hebrew mașșebah. First indications for the adoration of aniconic stelae...

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Projects (4)
Project
Collection of my research and projects connected to MusEd and Storytelling.
Project
PhD project, focussing on burial customs of the Late Neolithic in Northern Mesopotamia. Tutoring by Dr. habil. Jörg Becker.
Project
Publication project containing all Terracotta figurative objects from Tell Halaf, containing the Prehistoric, Bronze and Iron Age, Hellenistic and Islamic Figurines.