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Figure 1: The Forum of Caesar in Rome. Photo credits: Simon Cecchin Birk.
Figure 2: Sine G. Saxkjær gives an introduction to the Forum of Caesar and Julius Caesar in front of the Temple of Venus Genetrix. Photo credits: Simon Cecchin Birk.
Figure 3: Nikoline Sauer talks about her PhD project, which is based on the Archaic levels beneath the Forum of Caesar. Photo credits: Simon Cecchin Birk.

2020.10.28 | History and achaeology

All Roads Lead to (Caesar’s Forum in) Rome

During the past two months, PhD Student Nikoline Sauer and Postdoc Sine Grove Saxkjær from the Caesar’s Forum Project have been on a research stay at the Danish Institute in Rome. To mark the end of their stay, they gave a guided tour in the Forum of Caesar for the benefit of the other residents at the Institute.

The Forum of Caesar in Rome, Italy. Photo: Sine G. Saxkjær.
Photogrammetric models of the Alessandrino Quarter substructures. Illustration: Giovanni Murro and The Caesar’s Forum Project.

2020.10.26 | History and achaeology

Practicing Urban Archaeology in a Modern City: The Alessandrino Quarter of Rome

New publication by Jan K. Jacobsen, Giovanni Murro, Claudio P. Presicce, Rubina Raja & Sine G. Saxkjær in Journal of Field Archaeology.

2020.10.14 | History and achaeology

Cæsar - manden og myten

Interview with Sine Grove Saxkjær and Trine Arlund Hass, Kulturen på P1 (1:40:32).

2020.10.14 | History and achaeology

Nye kapitler føjes til fortællingen om Gajus Julius Cæsar

Det er 26 år siden, at Peter Ørsteds ’Cæsar. Politik og moral i det romerske imperium’ udkom. Siden er der ikke udgivet større danske Cæsar-værker, men den berømte og berygtede forfatter, general og politiker har fortsat en stærk fascinationskraft. En ny velillustreret antologi ’Cæsar - manden og myten’ føjer nu nye kapitler til fortællingen om…

2020.10.14 | History and achaeology

New Danish book on Gaius Julius Caesar

The Danish book ‘Cæsar - Manden og Myten’ (in translation ‘Caesar – The Man and the Myth’), edited by Trine Arlund Hass and Sine Grove Saxkjær, adds new information to the ever-present figure of Gaius Julius Caesar.

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