Brochure with information about selected projects of the DAI

American Friends of the German Archaeological Institute Berlin 2007, 40 p.; ill. (col.), maps

  • The Imperial Palace on the Palatine (Rome),
  • Reconstruction of the ancient cultural landscape of the Sarno plain (Italy),
  • The Albanum of Domitioan near Castel Gandolfo (Italy),
  • Oppidum Manching – The world of Celts (Germany),
  • Waldgirmes – Rome in the Heart of Germany (Germany),
  • Okolishte – From Stone to metal – A settlement in upheaval (Bosnia-Herzegovina),
  • The Kings Tombs of Abydos (Upper Egypt), Dra’ Abu El Naga – Necropolis (Egypt),
  • Göbekli Tepe – A Mesopotamian Stonehenge (Turkey),
  • Pergamon – rescuing a ancient metropolis (Turkey),
  • Epigraphical Surveys in Lycia (Turkey),
  • Investigation in Islamic Córdoba (Spain),
  • Mogador – The Phoenicians at the edge of the Ancient World (Morroco),
  • Los Castillejos de Alcorrín / Màlaga (Spain),
  • Tayma (Saudi-Arabia),
  • Jabal al-‘Awd – Romans in Arabia Felix (Yemen),
  • Aruchlo: Early Farmers of the Caucasus (Georgia),
  • Coppersmiths in Arisman (Iran),
  • Excavation in the Heart of Palestine – Tall Zira’a (Jordan),
  • National Museum of Herat – A new beginning (Afghanistan),
  • Excavations in Shir – A settlement from the 7th millennium B.C. (Syria),
  • The Royal Tombs of the Scythians at Arzhan in Tuva (Russian Federation),
  • The Proto-Scythian cemetery Liushui (China),
  • Karakorum – The capital of the Mongolian Empire of Genghis Kan (Mongolia),
  • The mysterious Nasca lines (Peru),
  • Who were the creators of the mysterious giant statues on Easter Island?

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The formation of the American Friends of the German Archaeological Institute was celebrated

on October 5th, 2007
beginning at 6:00 p.m.
at the Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany,
871 United Nations Plaza, New York, N.Y. 10017.

The opening adress was given by Dr. Hans-Juergen Heimsoeth, Consul General of the Federal Republic of Germany.

The president of the DAI Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Hermann Parzinger then delivered a presentation featuring his discoverie and excavation of a remarkably well preserved tomb in Siberia.