Professor R.R.R. Smith

Professor R.R.R. Smith

bert.smith@classics.ox.ac.uk

Lincoln Professor of Classical Archaeology and Art, Oxford University ; Director, New York University Excavations at Aphrodisias

Bert Smith has worked at Aphrodisias since 1985 (as Director since 1991) and taught at the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University in 1985-1995, with which he continues to collaborate closely through the Aphrodisias project. He has been teaching in the Classics Faculty at Oxford University since 1995, and his research interests lie in the art and visual cultures of the ancient Mediterranean world and the archaeology of Greek cities under the Roman Empire.

University of Oxford New York University
Professor Katherine Welch

Professor Katherine Welch

katherine.welch@nyu.edu

Associate Professor of Fine Arts, New York University; Deputy Director, Aphrodisas Excavations

Katherine Welch has worked at Aphrodisias since 1991, on both architecture and marble sculpture projects. Her research interests are in architecture, sculpture, and painting of the Hellenistic/Republican and Roman Imperial periods, particularly in Rome, Italy, Turkey and Greece. She is currently preparing a monograph on the Stadium.


New York University
Dr Esen Öğüş

Dr Esen Öğüş

ogus@post.harvard.edu

Research Associate, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich; Assistant Director, Aphrodisias Excavations

Esen Öğüş studied Aphrodisian sarcophagi for her PhD at Harvard University and has worked at Aphrodisias since 2006. She was Field Director in 2010-11 and has been Assistant Director of the project since 2010. Her research interests are in the art and archaeology of the Roman world, classical cities of western Anatolia, and sarcophagi of the Roman period.

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich
Dr. Julia Lenaghan

Dr Julia Lenaghan

julia.lenghan@classics.ox.ac.uk

Mica and Ahmet Ertegün Senior Aphrodisias Researcher; Aphrodisias Project Administrator

Julia Lenaghan holds a Ph.D.in Classical Archaeology from the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, and a B.A. in Classics from Princeton University. She has worked at Aphrodisias since 1994. Her field of specialty is Roman sculpture, and she edits and administers publications for the project.


University of Oxford Mica and Ahmet Ertegun Programme in the Humanities
Dip.Ing. Gerhard Paul

Dip.Ing. Gerhard Paul

g.paul@aap.or.at

Architect, Vienna; Senior Anastylosis Architect, Aphrodisias Excavations

Gerhard Paul is a founding director of the architects’ company, AAP Architects in Vienna, where he specialises in the design of schools, university buildings, and social housing. He has worked at Aphrodisias since 1983 supervising the anastylosis of several major Roman buildings: the Tetrapylon (completed 1990), the Sebasteion South Building (2012), the Propylon of the Sebasteion (2015).

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Dip.Ing. Thomas Kaefer

Dip.Ing. Thomas Kaefer

kaefer.thomas@aon.at

Architect, Vienna; Senior Anastylosis Architect, Aphrodisias Excavations

Thomas Kaefer has worked at Aphrodisias as an architect since 1989, supervising restoration and anastylosis projects on Roman buildings such as the Tetrapylon, Sebasteion, and Hadrianic Baths. He works with Schenk Architects in Vienna, and specialises in architectural restoration and at Aphrodisias in the anastylosis of ancient buildings.

 

Mr Harry Mark, FAIA

Harry Mark, FAIA

harry@rsmdesign.com

Architect, San Clemente CA; Senior Architect, Aphrodisias Excavations

Harry Mark is a founding director of the architecture and graphic design company, RSM Design, based in San Clemente, California. He has worked at Aphrodisias since 1995, on the architectural documentation of the on-going excavations and of the already excavated buildings, first as a student architect, then as Senior Architect. He was elected a Fellow of American Institute of Architects in 2014.

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Mr Trevor Proudfoot

Trevor Proudfoot

trevorproudfoot@clivedenconservation.com

Stone Conservator, UK; Senior Site and Marble Conservator, Aphrodisias Excavations

Trevor Proudfoot is the founding director of the stone conservation company, Cliveden Conservation, UK, and Advisor to the National Trust and English Heritage for stone and plaster conservation. He has worked at Aphrodisias since 1990, carrying out marble conservation projects and supervising a programme of lime-mortar wall-capping and site conservation. Projects include the conservation and mounting of the late antique Shield Portraits, the Zoilos Frieze, the Blue Horse, and the Sebasteion Reliefs.

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OTHER SENIOR TEAM-MEMBERS:
  • Prof Michelle Berenfeld (Pitzer College) – architecture, Triconch House (‘Bishop’s Palace’)
  • Mr Ian Cartwright (Oxford University) – photography
  • Prof Angelos Chaniotis (Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton) – epigraphy, history
  • Dr Jim Coulton (Athens, Oxford) – architecture, Temple of Aphrodite
  • Mr Seth Dugger (University of Kansas) – architectural recording
  • Prof Kenan Eren (Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Istanbul) – early history and archaeology
  • Prof Christopher Hallett (University of California, Berkeley) – sculpture, Bouleuterion
  • Dr Ine Jacobs (Oxford University) – late antique archaeology and excavation
  • Dr Andy Leung (Vienna) – architecture, Stadium
  • Dr Allyson McDavid – late phases of Hadrianic Baths
  • Dr Ulrike Outschar (Östereichisches Historisches Institut, Rome) – Roman ceramics
  • Prof Muradiye Öztaskin (Pamukkale University, Denizli) – medieval and Ottoman ceramics
  • †Prof Arzu Öztürk (Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Istanbul) – architecture, Hadrianic Baths
  • Prof Christopher Ratté (University of Michigan) – archaeology, North Agora, regional survey
  • Miss Joyce Reynolds (University of Cambridge) – epigraphy
  • Dr Erica Rowan (Exeter University) – archaeo-botany and environmental archaeology
  • Dr Charlotte Roueché (Kings College London) – epigraphy, late antique and Christian
  • Dr Ursi Quatember (University of Graz) – architecture, Bouleuterion
  • Dr Benjamin Russell (Edinburgh University) – archaeology, marble quarries, excavation of South Agora
  • Dr Alexander Sokolicek (Institute of Archaeology, Vienna) – archaeology, Tetrapylon Street
  • Prof Peter de Staebler (Pratt Institute, New York) – archaeology, City Walls, regional survey
  • Prof Philip Stinson (University of Kansas) – architecture, Civil Basilica, Sebasteion
  • Prof Ahmet Tolga Tek (Anadolu University, Eskişehir) – numismatics
  • Prof Andrew Wilson (Oxford University) – archaeology, water technology, South Agora excavation
  • Dr Bahadır Yıldırım (Harvard University) – sculpture, reliefs from Civil Basilica
  • Prof Julie Van Voorhis (University of Indiana) – sculpture, Sculptor’s Workshop
Website credits: Drawings are by Harry Mark and other architects; photographs by Ian Cartwright, Guido Petruccioli, and project team members; website design by Neil Leeder; and texts by R.R.R. Smith.

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