Jenny Schlehofer
Jenny Schlehofer studied Classical Archaeology, Prehistoric and Protohistoric Archaeology and Ancient History. In 2014 she received her doctorate in Classical Archaeology at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin with the dissertation: „Die Nekropolen der Polis Halieis in der südlichen Argolis. Rekonstruktion und Interpretation der Bestattungs- und Beigabensitten in archaischer und klassischer Zeit“. Her project constitutes the reprocessing and examination of an older excavation in Greece conducted by the Indiana University of Bloomington/USA and provides interpretations of the burial customs. Jenny has gained extensive work experiences at excavations, in museums as well as at university. Within many works she focuses on find processing of ceramic vessels.
Since January 2015 Jenny has been a post-doctoral fellow in the junior research group (D-5-5) Between knowledge and innovation: The unequal armed balance. She is working on the archaeological analysis and interpretation of the different types of unequal armed balances, in particular on development, dating and distribution of these special balances. Therefore she was intensely engaged in steelyards found in the Roman forts of Saalburg, Feldberg, and Zugmantel and discovered that the steelyard-type Eining (defined by Norbert Franken 1993) emerged before the type Rottenburg. Her next focus will be the type Valle Ponti.

Activities

Further Activities

2016 Lecture “Eine Brautausstattung in den Nekropolen von Halieis. Bestattungs- und Beigabensitten in der Argolis in archaischer und klassischer Zeit”
Part of: “Archäologisches Kolloquium zu griechischer Kunst und Kultur”, Freie Universität zu Berlin, Institut für Klassische Archäologie
Speaker
2015 Section I “Römische Produktionsweise und praktisches Wissen”
Part of:  Annual convention of Deutsche Gesellschaft für Geschichte der Medizin, Naturwissenschaft und Technik e.V. (DGGMNT) and Gesellschaft für Wissenschaftsgeschichte (GWG)
Chair
2015 Lecture “Zubereitung und Verzehr von Leichenschmäusen innerhalb der Nekropole von Halieis. Saßen die Trauernden auf den Gräbern und schmausten?”
Part of: “Nekropolen und Grabrituale im antiken Griechenland”, German-Greek Colloquium for Ph.D students of Deutsches Archäologisches Institut at Athens
Speaker
2015 Conference “Selinunte: Stato della ricerca e prospettive future”,
Part  of: International Workshop of Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Abteilung Rom and Parco Archeologico di Selinunte in Museo Nazionale Romano at Rome
Participant
2014 Lecture “Keramikforschung am Winckelmann-Institut der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin”
Part of: „Von Kreta nach Kuba. Etappen des Archäologen Veit Stürmer“, Colloquium in commemoration of Dr. phil. Veit Stürmer at Winckelmann-Institut of Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Speaker
2010 Presentation “Preparation of Meals Within the Necropolis at Halieis”
Part of: “Ceramics, Cuisine and Culture: The Archaeology and Science of Kitchen Pottery in the Ancient Mediterranean World”, International Colloquium at British Museum in London
2009 Lecture “Zwei kleine Grabbezirke in den Nekropolen von Halieis”
Part of: “Griechische Grabbezirke klassischer Zeit – Normen und Regionalismen”, International Colloquium at Deutsches Archäologisches Institut in Athens
Speaker
2005 Conference Cibo per gli uomini, cibo per gli dei. Archeologia del pasto rituale”, Piazza Armerina / Italy
Participant
2004 Lecture “The Pottery from the Archaic and Classical Graves at the Polis Halieis”
Part of: “Argive Ceramics 1000 B.C. – 500 A.D. in the Context of the Peloponnese”, International Conference at Porto Cheli/ Greece
Speaker/ Organiser