Prof. Dominik Bonatz

Universität Berlin
Prof. Dominik Bonatz

Dominik Bonatz is a Full Professor at the Institute of Ancient Near Eastern Archaeology/ Faculty of History and Cultures/ Freie Universität Berlin/ Germany
since 2003 Director of the Institute of Ancient Near Eastern Archaeology at the Faculty of History and Cultures, Freie Universität Berlin/ Germany
since 2011 Spokesperson for the Interdisciplinary Center “Ancient World”, Freie Universität Berlin/Germany

Selected Publications:

2014

Bonatz, D. (Hg.), The Archaeology of Political Space. The Upper Mesopotamian Piedmont in the  Second Millennium BC, Topoi. Berlin Studies of the Ancient World, Berlin: de Gruyter


2009

Bonatz, D./Miksic, J./Neidel, D./Tjoa-Bonatz, M.L. (Hg.), From Distant Tales Archaeology and  Ethnohistory in the Highlands of Sumatra, Newcastle: Cambridge Scholar Press


Articles 

2019

Bonatz, D., “The Myth of Aramaen Culture”. In: A. Berlejung / A.M. Maeir (eds.), Research on Israel  and Aram, Orientalische Religionen in der Antike 34, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 159-178. 


2019

Bonatz, D., “Megalithic Landscapes in the Highland of Sumatra“, in: J. Müller / M. Hinz / M.  Wunderlich (eds.), Megaliths – Societies – Landscapes. Early Monumentality and Social Differentiation  in Neolithic Europe, Vol 1. Proceedings of the international conference “Megaliths – Societies – Landscapes” (16th–20th June 2015) in Kiel, Bonn: Rudolf Habelet, 407-428. 


2019

Bonatz, D. / M. Heinz, “Representation”, in: A.C. Gunter (ed.), A Companion to Ancient Near Eastern  Art, Hoboken: Wiley Blackwell , 233-260. 


2014

Bonatz, D., “Tell Fekheriye in the Late Bronze Age. Archaeological Investigations into the Structures of  Political Governance in the Upper Mesopotamian Piedmont”, in D. Bonatz (Hg.), The Archaeology of  Political Space. The Upper Mesopotamian Piedmont in the Second Millennium BC, edited by D.  Bonatz. Topoi. Berlin Studies of the Ancient World, Berlin: DeGruyter , 61-84. 


Bonatz, D., “Aramaean Art“, in: H. Niehr (ed.), The Aramaeans in Ancient Syria,  

Handbook of Oriental Studies, Section 1, Ancient Near East, vol. 106. Leiden