drs. P.G. (Paula) Kalkman
Death in conversion? An osteo-archaeological analysis of burial treatment in Roman and Early Byzantine Anatolia.
My research focuses on funerary treatment in Roman and early Byzantine Anatolia (1st-7th century CE). The main aim is to investigate changes and continuity in burial treatment and treatment of the body, especially in relation to important societal changes such as the Roman influence and emergence of Christianity. The central dataset is from the necropolis of ancient Seleukeia Sidera (a project in cooperation with the Süleyman Demirel University in Isparta). The study will be working from an individual approach to a regional level by comparing the data from Seleukeia Sidera to contemporaneous sites in central-west Anatolia.
Review: Nuovo Atlante di Hierapolis di Frigia: Cartografia archeologica della città e delle necropolis (G. Scardozzi, ed.)Kalkman, P., 2019, In : BABESCH: Bulletin Antieke Beschaving = Annual Papers on Classical Archaeology. 94, p. 256-257 3 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Book/Film/Article review › Professional
- Kalkman, P., Akaslan, M. & Jong, de, L., 2019, In : ANMED News Bulletin on Archaeology from Mediterranean Anatolia. 17, p. 83-90 8 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Academic
- Kalkman, P., 2017
Research output: Other contribution › Professional
- Kalkman, P. & Nieuwhof, A., 2016, In : Paleo-aktueel. 27, p. 65-71 7 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Professional
Paula Kalkman (Recipient), 2015
Prize › Academic
Death in Transition: An Osteo-Archaeological Study of Changes in Burial Treatment in West Anatolia in the Roman and Early Byzantine Period (1st–7th Century AD)Paula Kalkman (Speaker)2019 → …
Activity: Talk or presentation › Academic