Mag. Dr. habil. Marianne Mödlinger PhD
I specialise in archaeometallurgy, and have extensive experience in the metallography of copper alloys, and therewith connected analytical techniques (SEM-EDXS, XRF, DTA, TGA, XRD, …). I am also interested in the application of casting simulations, neutron diffraction, the possibilities of dating archaeological bronzes, and peacekeeping strategies in prehistory. Moreover, I am also engaged in the protection of cultural heritage.
I studied archaeometry, prehistory and historical archaeology in Vienna and Freiberg (Mag. phil. and Dr. phil.) and obtained my habilitation in archaeology in Italy in 2017; in 2023, I finished my PhD in Material Science at the University of Genoa.
Since 2005 I have led international research activities and projects involving multi-period research questions, especially focusing on manufacture and usage of copper alloy artifacts.
I have previously worked in Austria, Germany, the Baltic States, Italy and France and taught at different universities in Austria, Italy and France.
Contact: marianne.moedlinger (at) gmail.com
Publications: most of my publications are open access or can be found via academia.edu, researchgate, ORCID and SCOPUS.
See also the work of our community on the illicit trade in cultural heritage of the European Association of Archaeologists and follow us on twitter (@EAAHeritageLost)
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The arsenic loss research (and associated images of cast and worked alloys) represent a really excellent resource, Marianne. Very useful indeed and thank you for making them available online!