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The bodies in the grave were placed neatly side by side and with gifts for their last journey. But all of the corpses bare marks on their skulls, that they were killed brutally. Now the mystery is solved. Reconstruction: Michał Podsiadło (polish artist).

2019.05.10 | Research, Arkæologi, Arts

Uncovering a 5000-year-old family tragedy

DNA-SCIENCE: An international team, lead by researchers from the universities of Copenhagen and Aarhus, has shed light on a mysterious 5000-year-old mass grave in Poland. Despite being killed brutally, the victims were buried carefully, flanked by gifts, in a mass grave. Ancient DNA has revealed the mass murder to be that of a large family. The…

Photo: Colourbox.com
Louise Fabian (Photo: AU Foto)
Derek Pardue (Photo: Foto & Medielab, Moesgård Museum)

2019.05.09 | Filosofi og Idéhistorie, Globale Studier, People

CAS researchers involved in two international projects on stigmatising urban policies and migrants’ nightlife in European cities

Two researchers at the School of Culture and Society have become partners in two different HERA projects, which are supported by grants from the EU and the national research councils in Europe.

2019.03.13 | Historie og Klassiske Studier, Knowledge exchange

New website reflecting the complexity of the Nordic

The new website nordics.info is produced by researchers responding to a recent demand for knowledge and critical analysis about the Nordic region.


Fri 31 Jan
15:15-16:00 | Room 4206/139 at Moesgaard Campus
The annual Human Security lecture 2020: “Nine-Tenths of the Law”
Open lecture by Professor Christian Lund.
Wed 05 Feb
15:15-17:00 | Aarhus University, Antikmuseet
Searching for the Thracian Kings: Counting Shards and Burial Mounds with Mobile Digital Systems
Adela Sobotkova, Aarhus University
Thu 06 Feb
14:00-17:00 | Moesgaard Museum, Moesgård Allé 15 8270 Højbjerg, (4240, 301)
Island Creativity
AU-MOMU Joint bi-annual seminar