februar 1970, Brabrand, Aarhus) er klassisk arkæolog med speciale i udgravningen af antikke havnebyer. Uddannet klassisk arkæolog fra Aarhus Universitet (2001) og PhD fra University of London (2009). The ruins of the ancient Greek naval bases played a pivotal role in defeating the Persian Empire in the historical Battle of Salamis, and since 2010 many new discoveries around the According to a recent interview by Haaretz.com, Bjørn Lovén, the director of the Zea Harbor Project, says the discoveries... "According to ancient sources, most of the city's wealth derived from the maritime trade that passed through her two harbours, eventually earning her the nickname 'Wealthy Corinth'," says archeaologist Bjørn Lovén from the University of Copenhagen and co-director of the Lechaion Harbour Project... The ancient harbor was identified as being located in the small and well-protected Bay of Ambelaki, in the eastern part of the Greek island, during an Last year, Lovén shed more light on that decisive battle when he found underwater remains of a naval base in Mounichia Harbor in the city of Piraeus. Piraeus, the port of AthensThe harbour at Piraeus, the port of Athens, on the Saronic Gulf, Greece.
See all 2 brand new listings. University of Copenhagen archaeologist Bjørn Lovén, who led the expedition as part of the Zea Underwater remains of ancient naval base discovered in Piraeus, the harbor city of Athens. The harbors of the Piraeus are heavily polluted.