Rubina Raja
Rubina Raja
Professor, classical archaeology, Aarhus University
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Urban development and regional identity in the eastern Roman provinces, 50 BC-AD 250: Aphrodisias, Ephesos, Athens, Gerasa
R Raja
Museum Tusculanum Press, 2012
A Companion to the Archaeology of Religion in the Ancient World
R Raja, J Rüpke
John Wiley & Sons, 2015
Religion in the making: the Lived Ancient Religion approach
J Albrecht, C Degelmann, V Gasparini, R Gordon, M Patzelt, G Petridou, ...
Religion 48 (4), 568-593, 2018
Appropriating Religion: Methodological Issues in Testing the'Lived Ancient Religion'Approach
R Raja, J Rüpke
Religion in the Roman Empire 1 (1), 11-19, 2015
Archaeology of Religion, Material Religion, and the Ancient World
R Raja, J Rüpke
A Companion to the Archaeology of Religion in the Ancient World, 1-25, 2015
The Palmyra portrait project
AJM Kropp, R Raja
Syria. Archéologie, art et histoire, 393-408, 2014
Mapping an ancient city with a century of remotely sensed data
D Stott, SM Kristiansen, A Lichtenberger, R Raja
Proceedings of the national academy of sciences 115 (24), E5450-E5458, 2018
Geochemistry of Byzantine and early Islamic glass from Jerash, Jordan: typology, recycling, and provenance
GH Barfod, IC Freestone, A Lichtenberger, R Raja, H Schwarzer
Geoarchaeology 33 (6), 623-640, 2018
New archaeological research in the Northwest quarter of Jerash and its implications for the urban development of Roman Gerasa
A Lichtenberger, R Raja
American Journal of Archaeology 119 (4), 483-500, 2015
Radiocarbon analysis of mortar from Roman and Byzantine water management installations in the Northwest Quarter of Jerash, Jordan
A Lichtenberger, A Lindroos, R Raja, J Heinemeier
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 2, 114-127, 2015
Staging ‘Private’Religion in Roman ‘Public’Palmyra: The Role of the Religious Dining Tickets (Banqueting Tesserae)
R Raja
Public and Private in Ancient Mediterranean Law and Religion, 165-186, 2015
Grouping together in lived ancient religion: Individual interacting and the formation of groups
P Lichterman, R Raja, AK Rieger, J Rüpke
Religion in the Roman Empire 3 (1), 3-10, 2017
Revealing text in a complexly rolled silver scroll from Jerash with computed tomography and advanced imaging software
GH Barfod, JM Larsen, A Lichtenberger, R Raja
Scientific reports 5 (1), 1-10, 2015
Urban-riverine hinterland synergies in semi-arid environments: Millennial-scale change, adaptations, and environmental responses at Gerasa/Jerash
A Lichtenberger, R Raja, EH Seland, T Kinnaird, IA Simpson
Journal of Field Archaeology 44 (5), 333-351, 2019
The role of objects: meanings, situations and interaction
R Raja, L Weiss
Religion in the Roman empire 1 (2), 137-147, 2015
Ǧeraš in the Middle Islamic Period: Connecting Texts and Archaeology through New Evidence from the Northwest Quarter
A Lichtenberger, R Raja
Zeitschrift des Deutschen Palästina-Vereins, 63-81, 2016
A newly excavated private house in Jerash. Reconsidering aspects of continuity and change in material culture from Late Antiquity to the early Islamic period
A Lichtenberger, R Raja, C Eger, G Kalaitzoglou, A Højen Sørensen
Antiquité Tardive 24, 317-359, 2016
Cultic dining and religious patterns in Palmyra: The case of the Palmyrene banqueting tesserae
R Raja
Antike. Architektur. Geschichte, 181-200, 2015
Representations of Priests in Palmyra: Methodological Considerations on the Meaning of the Representation of Priesthood in the Funerary Sculpture from Roman Period Palmyra
R Raja
Religion in the Roman empire 2 (1), 125-146, 2016
Urban network evolutions: Towards a high-definition archaeology
R Raja, SM Sindbaek
ISD LLC, 2018
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