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Lebenslauf Prof. Dr. Anthony Harding

Lebenslauf Prof. Dr. Anthony Harding

  • Geboren 1946 in Bromley, Kent (Südengland)
  • 1965-1969 Studium an der Universität Cambridge: Klassische Geschichte, Literatur und Sprache; prähistorische Archäologie
  • 1970 Studium an der Karls-Universität Prag bei Prof. Dr. Jan Bouzek
  • 1973 Promotion an der Universität Cambridge. Dissertation: “The extent and effects of contact between Mycenaean Greece and the rest of Europe”
  • 1973-2004 Lecturer an der Universität Durham (seit 1990 Professor)
  • 2004-2015 Anniversary Professor an der Universität Exeter


  • Fellow of the British Academy
  • Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London
  • Präsident, European Association of Archaeologists, 2003-2009
  • Korrespondierendes Mitglied des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts
  • Socio des Istituto Italiano di Preistoria e Protostoria

Ausgewählte Publikationen

  • Harding, A. (2013). Salt in European Prehistory. Leiden: Sidestone Press.
  • Harding, A., Kavruk, V. (2013). Explorations in Salt Archaeology in the Carpathian Zone. Budapest: Archaeolingua.
  • Harding, A. (2013). World systems, Cores and Peripheries in Prehistoric Europe. European Journal of Archaeology 16, 378-400.
  • Fokkens, H., Harding, A. (eds) (2013). Oxford Handbook of the European Bronze Age. Oxford University Press.
  • Harding, A. (2011). Evidence for prehistoric salt extraction rediscovered in the Hungarian Central Mining Museum, Antiquaries Journal 91, 27-49.
  • Harding, A., Rączkowski, W. (2010). Living on the lake in the Iron Age: new results from aerial photography, geophysical survey and dendrochronology on sites of Biskupin type, Antiquity 84, 386-404.
  • Harding, A. (2007). Warriors and Weapons in Bronze Age Europe. Budapest: Archaeolingua.
  • Harding, A., Šumberová, R., Knüsel , C., Outram, A. (2007). Velim: Violence and Death in Bronze Age Bohemia. The results of fieldwork 1992-95, with a consideration of peri-mortem trauma and deposition in the Bronze Age. Prague: Institute of Archaeology.
  • Harding, A. Ostoja-Zagórski, J., Palmer, C., Rackham, J. (2004). Sobiejuchy, a fortified site of the Early Iron Age in Poland. Warsaw: Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology.
  • Harding, A. (2000). European Societies in the Bronze Age. Cambridge University Press.