Juliane Stein

Leipzig University
Juliane Stein

Juliane Stein studied Classical Archaeology and Prehistory at Leipzig University. She developed her research focus on the Bronze and Iron Age in the Levant while spending part of her studies at Beer Sheva and participating in several excavation projects in Israel (Tell Keisan, Ashdod-Yam, Qubur al-Walaydah). Since 2017 she has been pursuing her dissertation project "Tell Rifaat/Arpad: Archaeology of an Aramaean(?) City" with a focus on the 1st millennium BCE in Northern Syria in cooperation with the Ben-Gurion University and University College London. Currently she is research assistant at the Institute of Ancient Near Eastern Studies at Leipzig University.

Selected Publications:

Juliane Stein/Gunnar Lehmann, Die agrikulturellen Installationen der späten Bronzezeit von Qubūr el-Walēyide, Israel. Tübinger Atlas der Antiken Landwirtschaft Palästinas (in print).

Juliane Stein, Spätbronzezeitliche Masken aus Nordsyrien, in: Angelika Berlejung/Judith Filitz (eds.), The Physicality of the Other. Masks from the Ancient Near East and the Eastern Mediterranean (Oriental Religions in Antiquity 27), Tübingen 2018, 193–209.

Angelika Berlejung/Susanne Kohlhaas/Juliane Stein, Katalog der anthropomorphen Masken der südlichen Levante vom präkeramischen Neolithikum B bis zur hellenistischen Zeit (9. Jt. – 4. Jh. v. Chr.), in: Angelika Berlejung/Judith Filitz (eds.), The Physicality of the Other. Masks from the Ancient Near East and the Eastern Mediterranean (Oriental Religions in Antiquity 27), Tübingen 2018, 397–550.