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Dr. Tilman Lenssen-Erz

 

AAArC African Archaeology Archive Cologne

c/o Forschungsstelle Afrika
Institut für Ur- und Frühgeschichte
Jennerstr. 8
50823 Köln
Deutschland

Tel.:  +49 (0)221-556680
Fax:  +49 (0)221-5502303
Email: lenssen.erz(at)uni-koeln.de


Aktuelle Publikationen

Pastoors, Andreas & Tilman Lenssen-Erz (2019) Spätpleistozäne Kunst in Inden-Altdorf, Rheinland. In: Michael Baales & Clemens Pasda (Hrsg./eds.) „All der holden Hügel ist keiner mir fremd ...“ Festschrift zum 65. Geburtstag von Claus-Joachim Kind. Dr. Rudolf Habelt; Bonn: 381–398.

Fäder, Eymard, Friederike Jesse & Tilman Lenssen-Erz (2019) Learning through connecting: data management as a basis for meaningful use of legacy data – The African Archaeology Archive Cologne. Proceedings of the session n° III-3 (CA) of the XVIII° UISPP congress, Paris, June 2018 Session III-3 (CA). ISTE Open Science 3(1): 1–7.

Nankela, Alma & Tilman Lenssen-Erz (2019) Rock Art in Namibia. In: Claire Smith (ed.) Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology. https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9781441904652

Pastoors, Andreas & Tilman Lenssen-Erz (2019) Archaeology and Indigenous Knowledge: reading prehistoric human tracks. In: Claire Smith (ed.) Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology. https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9781441904652

Vogels, Oliver, Eymard Fäder & Tilman Lenssen-Erz (2020) A matter of diversity? Identifying past hunter-gatherer aggregation camps through data driven analyses of rock art sites. Quaternary International https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2020.05.057  

Lenssen-Erz, Tilman, Eymard Fäder, Oliver Vogels & Brigitte Mathiak (2020) Scenic narratives of humans and animals in Namibian rock art – a methodological restart with data mining. In: Iain Davidson & April Nowell (eds.) Making Scenes: global perspectives on scenes in rock art. Berghahn; New York & Oxford: 209–240.

Lenssen-Erz, Tilman & Andreas Pastoors (2021) Reading Spoor – Epistemic Aspects of Indigenous Knowledge and its Implications for the Archaeology of Prehistoric Human Tracks. In: Andreas Pastoors & Tilman Lenssen-Erz (eds.) Reading Prehistoric Human Tracks – Methods & Material. Springer; Cham: 101–120.

Pastoors, Andreas & Tilman Lenssen-Erz (2021) Introduction. In: Andreas Pastoors & Tilman Lenssen-Erz (eds.) Reading Prehistoric Human Tracks – Methods & Material. Springer; Cham: 1–14.

Pastoors, Andreas, Tilman Lenssen-Erz, Tsamgao Ciqae, Ui Kxunta, Thui Thao, Robert Bégouën & Thorsten Uthmeier (2021) Episodes of Magdalenian Hunter-Gatherers in the Upper Gallery of Tuc d’Audoubert (Ariège, France) (2021). In: Andreas Pastoors & Tilman Lenssen-Erz (eds.) Reading Prehistoric Human Tracks – Methods & Material. Springer; Cham: 211–250.

Vogels, Oliver, Eymard Fäder & Tilman Lenssen-Erz (2021) A matter of diversity? Identifying past hunter-gatherer aggregation camps through data driven analyses of rock art sites. Quaternary International 572: 151–165.
 

Forschungsschwerpunkte

  • AAArC African Archaeology Archive Cologne – offenes Online Archiv
  • Tracking in Caves – indigenes Wissen (Spurenlesen) als archäologische Methode
  • CSORAA Cologne School of Rock Art Archaeology – Felsbildarchäologie
  • Forschungsdatenmanagement im Schwerpunktprogramm "Entangled Africa": "Learning through connecting: data management as a basis for meaningful use of legacy data" (gemeinsam mit Prof. Dr. Oyvind Eide, Förderung DFG)
  • Indigenous Knowledge and Archaeoinformatics (gemeinsam mit Prof. Dr. Eleftheria Paliou, Förderung der Volkswagenstiftung))
  • Modellierung prähistorischen Jagdverhaltens (gemeinsam mit Prof. Dr. Eleftheria Paliou, Förderung des BMBF)
     

Links

www.tracking-in-caves.org

https://arachne.dainst.org/project/afrarchcologne  (AAArC offenes online Archiv)

http://datenportal.ianus-fdz.de/pages/collectionView.jsp?dipId=1672239  (Brandberg-Daureb Datenbank frei herunterzuladen)

https://www.dainst.blog/entangled-africa/p11-data-management-de/

https://ikai.phil-fak.uni-koeln.de/