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Department of Archaeology



Bionote:  Néhémie Strupler did his PhD in Archaeology jointly at the University of Strasbourg and at the University of Münster. He was a post-doctoral fellow at ANAMED in Istanbul and Walter Benjamin Kolleg in Bern. His dissertation, ‘The Lower City of Boğazköy during the Second Millennium BC’, examined the evolution of social patterns of the domestic quarters, at the critical moment when the site became the political capital of the Hittites. Néhémie is an Open Science and Free Software advocate and he is enthusiastic about developing theory and methods to explore archaeological data through open and reproducible standards.


In the last years of my PhD, I developed a strong interest in remote sensing, and particularly in developing theory and methods for exploring archaeological, historical and geographical data togetherand making an open, transparent and reproducible research.

My current research examines innovations in in landscape uses within a growing centralised state's power.


Job Titles

Research Associate

General Info

Not available for consultancy
Research Expertise / Fields of study: 
Artefact Analysis & Technology
Computational and Quantitative Archaeology
Field Methods
Environmental Archaeology, Geoarchaeology, and Landscape studies

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Person keywords: 
Computational and Quantitative Archaeology
Landscape archaeology
Assyriology and Mesopotamian Archaeology
Environment, Landscapes and Settlement
Rethinking Complexity
Geographical areas: 
Mesopotamia and the Near East
Periods of interest: 
Copper/Bronze Age
Other Late Prehistory