Hartmut Matthäus

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Hartmut Matthäus (born October 24, 1950 in Lübeck ) is a German classical archaeologist .

After attending the Oberschule zum Dom in Lübeck, he studied classical archeology, prehistory and early history as well as classical philology in Heidelberg , Giessen and Hamburg . Matthew was in 1977 with the dissertation The bronze vessels of the Cretan-Mycenaean culture doctorate and was then a researcher at the University of Marburg , the University of Frankfurt and at the University of Heidelberg, where he in 1988 habilitated . The following year he received a six-year Heisenberg grant from the German Research Foundation . From 1995 he was initially a substitute professor, then as an adjunct professor until 1997 at Heidelberg University. He then headed a sub-project of the German Research Foundation at the University of Mainz on cultural and linguistic contacts until he became C 3 Professor of Classical Archeology at the University of Erlangen in 2001 as the successor to Christoph Börker . From 2003 to 2005 he headed the project The Royal Tombs of Tamassos, funded by the German Research Foundation, and in 2006 took over the chair from Peter Kranz . In 2016 he was elected as a corresponding member of the Austrian Academy of Sciences .

Fonts (selection)

  • The bronze vessels of the Cretan-Mycenaean culture . Beck, Munich 1980, ISBN 3-406-04002-0 (also dissertation, Hamburg 1977)
  • Two Mycenaean bronzes in private Swiss ownership . Prehistoric seminar in Marburg, Marburg 1979
  • The doctor in Roman times. Literary news - archaeological monuments . Landesmuseum (Secretariat of the Archaeological Collections), Stuttgart 1988
  • Metal vessels and vessel bases from the Bronze Age, the Geometric and Archaic Period on Cyprus . Beck, Munich 1985, ISBN 3-406-30151-7

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. uni.kurier / aktuell, 8th year, issue 39, December 2001, p. 24 (PDF file; 1.56 MB).