Felix Levenson

Felix Levenson, Near Eastern Archaeologist, studied Religious Studies and Near Eastern Archaeology at the Freie Universität Berlin. During his PhD research he held the Elsa-Neumann scholarship of the Land of Berlin. He has done fieldwork in Syria, Jordan, Azerbaijan, Saudi Arabia and Iraq. His research interests reach from architectural energetics over pottery technology to social and cognitive archaeology, as well as heritage management. He is currently focused on »networks of knowledge« between Mesopotamia and Ancient Iran in the 4th millenium BCE and on memory work and the creation of historical narratives in the Ancient Near East.

transcript-Publications in the Research Fields: Ancient, Medieval History, and Early Modern History, Cultural History, History

Publications in the Series: Histoire


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Size Matters – Understanding Monumentality Across Ancient Civilizations
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Size Matters – Understanding Monumentality Across Ancient Civilizations
Does size matter in the perception of monuments? How can one quantify the monumental? This volume considers these questions in an interdisciplinary approach.

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