Auteur : Holger Wendling

Salzburg Museum
Alpenstrasse 75
A-5020 Salzburg
holger.wendling@salzburgmuseum.at
0000-0003-0295-0248

nuage de mots wendling

Since 2021 Holger Wendling is Private lecturer – Institute for Prehistoric Archaeology and Archaeology of the Roman Provinces, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (DE).  Since 2018, he was Head of archaeological department, Salzburg Museum (AT) – Scientific director „Archaeology and Dürrnberg Research“, Keltenmuseum Hallein (AT)

2013–2018 Scientific director „Archaeology and Dürrnberg Research“, Keltenmuseum Hallein (AT) – Research associate archaeological department, Salzburg Museum (AT) – Associate lecturer, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (DE)

2007–2012  Research fellow – Roman-Germanic Commission Frankfurt a. M. of the German Archaeological Institute (DE)

2008 Dr. phil. (summa cum laude); Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen (DE) – Scholarship of the Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes & Faculty Award of the University of Tübingen

2004–2006 Research associate (excavations at Iron Age ‘Tarodunum’), Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen (DE)

2000–2007 Lecturer and tutor , Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen (DE)

1999 M. A. (Distinction) in Archaeology, University College London, University of London (GB)

1998–1999 Graduate programme „Themes, Thought and Theory in World Archaeology“ – Institute of Archaeology, University College London (GB) – Scholarship of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)

1998 Erasmus-/Sokrates-Programme « Certificat International en Archéologie Africaine » – Université Libre de Bruxelles (BE)

1996–1998 Undergraduate studies – Institute of Pre- & Protohistory & Medieval Archaeology, University of Tübingen (DE) Prehistoric and Medieval Archaeology, Ancient History, Physical Anthropology, Classical Archaeology



Bibliography

https://www.keltenmuseum.at/fileadmin/Keltenmuseum/Duerrnbergforschung/wendling_schriftenverzeichnis_2020_08.pdf

   

Vortrag « Der Dürrnberg bei Hallein. Ein Zentrum der keltischen Welt », 2022 (©Keltenmuseum Hallein / Stille Nacht Museum Hallein).


The area of the later oppidum of Manching had been settled since the Early Bronze Age. Middle and Late Bronze Age (Urnfield Culture) settlements and burials indicate intensive human occupation. Burials and settlement remains represent quite intense Early Iron Age activities.
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