Sabine Müller (ancient historian)

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Sabine Müller (* 1972 in Gießen ) is a German ancient historian .

After studying medieval and modern history, art history and ancient history it acquired the academic degree of Master of Arts with the work of the heretic understanding Sebastian Franck and Matthias Flacius the example of the Cathars at Hans Heinrich Kaminsky in casting and in 2003 with the work measures Securing power over the Macedonian opposition with Alexander the Great, PhD at the Justus Liebig University in Giessen . From 2014 to 2015 she was a university professor at the University of Innsbruck and since October 2015 has been a professor at the Department of Ancient History at the Philipps University of Marburg . She previously worked at the universities in Gießen and Hanover , where she worked in 2007 with the work The Hellenistic Royal Couple in media representation. Ptolemy II. And Arsinoe II. Was habilitated , as well as Kiel and Siegen .

Her main research interests are ancient Persia, Herodotus, Argeadic Macedonia and the Hellenistic empires, in particular the Ptolemaic empire, spheres of activity for Hellenistic queens, Sertorius, Parthians and Rome, Lucian and, most recently, the Severians, epoch-spanning political iconography, doppelganger motifs and the reception of antiquities in art and Movie. She is a member of the editorial board of Aspects of Medical Philosophy and co-editor of the Comedy and Violence series , as well as the editorial boards of Ancient History Bulletin , Anabasis and Global Humanities .


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