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Charles Brian Rose
University of Pennsylvania
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Art History and Archaeology
Art History and Archaeology
Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology
- Samuel H. Kress Foundation: $15,000 to support the Archaeology in Afghanistan conference (Apr 2006)
- Award for Distinguished Scholarship (McMicken Dean's Awards for Faculty Excellence) (May 1995)
- Max Planck Research Prize, Awarded jointly to myself and Manfred Korfmann by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation and the Max Planck Society. $75,000, given over a three year period, for the Troy Excavation Project (1994)
Research and Publication
- Dynastic Commemoration and Imperial Portraiture in the Julio-Claudian Period (Cambridge University Press, 1997)
- English Language editor, Studia Troica, 1991-present. This is an interdisciplinary journal published by Philipp von Zabern under the auspices of the Universities of Tübingen and Cincinnati. The journal contains excavation reports and specialized studies dealing with all aspects of Troy and the Troad. Fourteen volumes have been published so far, and the fourteenth is in press.
- “A New Relief of Antiochos of Commagene and other Stone Sculpture from Zeugma,” forthcoming, Excavations at Zeugma conducted by the Packard Humanities Institute, supplement of the Journal of Roman Archaeology. (33 page manuscript).
- “Forging Identity in the Roman Republic: Veristic Portraiture and Trojan Ancestry,” forthcoming in the proceedings of the joint American Academy in Rome/British School in Rome conference Role Models: Identity and Assimilation in the Roman World and in Early Modern Italy (Rome, March 2003). University of Michigan Press.
- “Temple of Athena at Ilion: Recent Excavations and Research,” forthcoming in the Proceedings of the XVIth International Congress of Classical Archaeology (August 23-26, Boston, MA), 12 page manuscript.
- “Architecture and Stratigraphy of the Hellenistic and Roman Residential District at Ilion,” forthcoming in the final report on The Post-Bronze Age Residential District at Ilion (100 page manuscript).
- "The Granicus River Valley Archaeological Survey Project, 2004-2005," forthcoming in Studia Troica 16 (2006) (120 page manuscript).3
- "The Tombs of the Granicus River Valley," in: The Achaemenid Impact on Local Populations and Cultures in Anatolia (6th-4th Centuries B.C.). Papers presented at the International Workshop, Istanbul 20-21 May 2005. O. Casabonne, I. Delemen, S. Karagoz, and O. Tekin (eds.); 22 page manuscript, forthcoming, summer, 2006.
- "Ilion," in: Radt, Wolfgang (Ed.). Stadtgrabungen und Stadtforschung im westlichen Kleinasien. 135-158. Istanbul: Ege Yayinlari, 2006.
- "Am Schnittpunkt von Ost und West – Das westliche Kleinasien in griechischer und römischer Zeit, in: M. Korfmann (Ed.). Troia. Archäologie eines Siedlungshügeln und seiner Landschaft. 81-104. Mainz: Philipp von Zabern, 2006.
- “The Parthians in Augustan Rome,” American Journal of Archaeology 109 (2005), 21-75.
- "The Granicus River Valley Survey Project, 2004," 23. Arastirma Sonuçlari Toplantisi: 323- 332, Ankara, 2005.
- “Heldengedenken in Ilion,” (with Klaus-Dieter Limsmeier),” Abenteuer Archäologie 2/2004, 42-48. *
- “The Temple of Athena at Ilion,” Studia Troica 13 (2003) 27-88.
- “Bilingual Trojan Iconography,” Mauerschau. Festschrift für Manfred Korfmann, Verlag Bernhard Albert Greiner, 2002, 329-350. *
- "Ilion in the Early Empire," Patris und Imperium. Kulturelle und politische Identität in den Städten der römischen Provinzen Kleinasiens in der frühen Kaiserzeit. Proceedings of a conference held in November 1998 at the University of Cologne, November, 1998. Leuven, 2002: 33-47.
- “A New Painted Graeco-Persian Sarcophagus from Çan,” with Nurten Sevinç, Studia Troica 11 (2001), 383-420.
- “Two Roman Wells from the Lower City at Ilion,” with Billur Tekkök and Susan Wallrodt, Studia Troica 11 (2001), 343-382.
- “Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Research at Troy, 1999,” Studia Troica 10 (2000), 53-72.
- “Ilion in griechischer und römischer Zeit: Geschichte und Ausgrabungsbefunde,” and
- “Von Konstantin bis Mehmet II,” in: Troia. Traum und Wirklichkeit. Museum Catalogue of the Troy Exhibition in Stuttgart, Braunschweig, and Bonn (2001), 180-189, 280-281.
- "A Child's Sarcophagus from the Salvage Excavations at Gümüscay," with Nurten Sevinc, Studia Troica 9 (1999) 489-509.4
- "The 1998 Post-Bronze Age Excavations at Troy," Studia Troica 9 (1999) 35-71.
- "Post-Bronze Age Troy,” Arastirma Sonuclari Toplantisi, Proceedings of the XVII Symposium on Archaeology, Ankara, Turkey (1999), 283-292.
- "The Dedetepe Tumulus," with N. Sevinc, B. Tekkok, and D. Strahan, Studia Troica 8 (1998) 305-327.
- "The 1997 Post-Bronze Age Excavations at Troy," Studia Troica 8 (1998) 71-113.
- "Troy and the Historical Imagination," Classical World (1998) 98-110.
- "The Imperial Image in the Eastern Mediterranean," The Early Roman Empire in the East, ed. S. Alcock, Oxford: Oxbow Books (1997) 108-120.
- "The 1996 Post-Bronze Age Excavations at Troy," Studia Troica 7 (1997) 73-110.
- "The 1995 Post-Bronze Age Excavations at Troy," Studia Troica 6 (1996) 97-101.
- "The 1994 Post-Bronze Age Excavations at Troy," Studia Troica 5 (1995) 81-105.
- "The 1993 Post-Bronze Age Excavations at Troy," Studia Troica 4 (1994) 75-104.
- "The 1992 Post-Bronze Age Excavations at Troy," Studia Troica 3 (1993) 97-116.
- "The 1991 Post-Bronze Age Excavations at Troy," Studia Troica 2 (1992) 43-60.
- "The Theater of Ilion," Studia Troica 1 (1991) 69-77.
- "The Arch at Pavia and the Einsiedeln 326 Manuscript," Journal of Roman Archaeology 3, 1990, 163-168
- "Princes and Barbarians on the Ara Pacis," American Journal of Archaeology, July, l990, 453-467; reprinted in Roman Art in Context, ed. E. D'Ambra (Prentice-Hall, NY, l993)
- Architectural reconstruction of the Agora Gate at Aphrodisias: published in K. T. Erim, Aphrodisias, City of Venus Aphrodite (1986), pp. 182-83.
- "Separating Fact from Fiction in the Aeolian Migration." 72 page manuscript, completed, to be sent to Hesperia.
- Ilion during the Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Periods, an overview of the last fifteen years of Post-Bronze Age Excavation and Research at Troy.
- “Bullae with Roman Portraits from the Excavations at Tel Kedesh (Israel),” to be published in the final report of the excavations.
- Review of Andrew Erskine, Troy Between Greece and Rome (Cambridge University Press, 2001), Journal of Roman Archaeology (2003), 479-481.
- Review of Dietrich Boschung, Gens Augusta : Untersuchungen zu Aufstellung, Wirkung und Bedeutung der Statuengruppen des julisch-claudischen Kaiserhauses (Philipp von Zabern, 2002), American Journal of Archaeology (2003), 518-519.
- Review of S. Wood, Imperial women: a study in public images, 40 B.C.-A.D. 68, American Journal of Archaeology 105 (2001), 745-746.
- Review of S. Mitchell and M. Waelkens, Pisidian Antioch. The Site and its Monuments (1998) in Bryn Mawr Classical Review July, 1999.
- Review of R. Özgan, Die griechischen und römischen Skulpturen aus Tralleis, Bonner Jahrbucher 198 (1998), 577-578.
- Review of F. Fless, Opferdiener und Kultmusiker auf stadtrömischen historischen Reliefs, AJA 101 (1997) 612-613.
- Review of J. C. Balty and D. Cazes, Portraits impériaux de Béziers, Journal of Roman Archaeology 10 (1997), 381-382.
- Review of M. Denti, Ellenismo e romanizzazione nella X Regio. La scultura delle elites locali dall'età repubblicana ai giulio-claudi , Journal of Roman Studies (1997), 285-286.
- Review of R. Tansini, I Ritratti di Agrippina Maggiore, Journal of Roman Archaeology 9 (1996) 353-354