Research Group C-II takes a complementary approach dedicated to different kinds of imagery that represent and structure spaces. On the one hand, the culturally comparative approach is to detect homologies and autonomies within the iconography of spaces between different cultures of the ancient world (Egypt, Ancient Near East, and Greek and Roman cultures). On the other hand, it is to compare different systems of pictorial coding of space and other media systems concerning spatial representation, for instance linguistic coding and linguistic spatialization.
- Rock Art - Signs of a social landscape made by non-sedentary groups in prehistoric Egypt
- The Origins of Ancient Greek Three-Dimensional Painting on Geometric, Archaic and Early Classical Pinakes. An Iconographical, Form-Analytical and Iconological Study