The 2007 Domestic Area team, directed by Inge Uytterhoeven, Sevgi Gercek and Rob Rens
The 2007 depot management team, the drawing team, the archaezoologists, and other specialists
The 2007 Odeion team, directed by Bart De Graeve, Ugur Altay and Katrien Hoet
The 2007 Roman Baths 1 team, directed by Marie Lefere, Hasan Uzunoglu and Aude Goovaerts
The 2007 Roman Baths 2 team, directed by Christine Beckers, Mustafa Kiremitci and Willem Hantson
The 2007 Colonnaded Street team, directed by Ine Jacobs, Koen Demarsin, Ralf Vandam and Tayfun Isiklar
The 2007 Tepe Düzen team, directed by Hannelore Vanhaverbeke, Kim Vyncke, Jonas Danckers, Annelies Coenen, and Merve Ozkilic
The 2007 Macellum team, directed by Julian Richard, Firat Kesim and Marijke Van Looy
The 2007 finds and statue conservation team
The 2007 site conservation team, directed by Ebru Torun and Goze Uner
The 2006 finds conservation team, directed by Emine Kocak
The 2006 Colonnaded Street team, directed by Ine Jacobs, Ralf Vandam and Tayfun Isiklar
The 2006 Domestic Area team, directed by Inge Uytterhoeven, Sevgi Gercek and Rob Rens
The 2006 Macellum team, directed by Julian Richard, Mustafa Kiremitci and Christine Beckers
The 2006 Odeion team, directed by Bart De Graeve, Ugur Altay and Marc D'Haese
The 2006 Roman Baths 1 team, directed by Frank Carpentier and Hasan Uzunoglu
The 2006 Roman Baths 2 team, directed by Tijl Vereenooghe, Annelies Coenen and Rukiye Sen
The 2005 Domestic Area team, directed by Ine Jacobs, Mustafa Kiremitçi and Inge Uytterhoeven
The 2005 Roman Baths 1 team, directed by Markku Corremans and Ertug Ergürer
The 2005 Roman Baths 2 team, directed
by Johan Claeys and Onur Özer
The 2005 Macellum team, directed by Julian Richard and Mustafa Kiremitçi
The 2005 survey team directed by Hannelore
The 2005 urban survey team directed by
The 2005 site conservation team
2005 finds and statue conservation team
The 2005 test soundings team, directed by Femke
Martens and Bart De Graeve
The 2004 team of architects directed by Karel
The 2004 team restoring the Antonine Nymphaeum under the direction of
The 2004 depot management team, the drawing team, the archaezoologists, and other specialists
Peter Talloen's 2004 team carrying out test excavations near the
theater and the sanctuary of Hadrian and Antoninus Pius
The 2004 excavation team at the Domestic Area
directed by Ine Jacobs, Mustafa Kiremitci, and Jeroen Vermeersch
The 2004 finds conservation team directed
by Emine Kocak
The 2004 excavation teams at the Roman Baths,
directed by Johan Claeys, Erdal Unal, Markku Corremans, and Murat Arik
The 2004 excavation team at the Upper Agora directed by Toon Putzeys and Murat Nagis
The 2004 excavation team at the Lower Agora and
the Hadrianic Nymphaeum directed by Bernard Vandaele, Ertug Ergürer, and
The 2004 urban survey team directed by Femke Martens
The 2003 excavation team at the Domestic Area directed by Inge Uytterhoeven and Philip Bes
|Peter Talloen's 2003 team carrying out test excavations at Alexander Hill, Antoninus Pius, and the Upper Agora.|
|The 2003 finds conservation team directed by Nerina Da Silva|
|The 2003 excavation teams at the Roman Baths, one directed by Johan Claeys and Mustafa Kiremitçi, the other one directed by Markku Corremans and Erdal Ünal|
|The on-site 2003 conservation team directed by Paola
|The 2003 archaeological survey team directed
by Hannelore Vanhaverbeke|
|The 2003 architect team directed by Karel Paul|
|First 2003 excavation team at the Lower Agora directed by Bernard Vandaele and Kerim Altu|
| Second 2003 excavation team at the Lower Agora directed by Toon Putzeys and Ertu Ergürer|
|The 2003 depot management team with Bea
Decupere, our archaeozoologist|
|The 2003 team restoring the Upper Agora nymphaeum, directed by Semih Ercan
|Photos courtesy Sagalassos Archaeological Research Project. Click on images to enlarge.||
Former Staff Profiles
Bart Clijsner is the ICT-manager of the Sagalassos Archaeological Research Project at the KULeuven since 2006. He is also taking care of an interactive database application to register and archive all archaeological (and in the future other interdisciplinary) objects conform to the new locus system.
Bart De Graeve has a masters in ancient history (2001) and archaeology (2004) from KULeuven. After his studies, he worked for a year as an archaeologist in the Netherlands (Dordrecht). He is now preparing a Ph.D. on the urbanization and romanization of Asia Minor under the Flavian emperors.
Koen Demarsin is a Ph.D. student studying the transformation from paganism to Early Christianity in Late Antiquity. After having finished his master thesis (K.U.Leuven) on the burial situation between pagans and Christians in Rome, he completed an extra year at the faculty of Theology (K.U.Leuven) investigating Cyprian's attitude toward non-Christians.
Jan Elsen is a professor of mineralogy at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. His research covers topics related to the industrial use of minerals, currently centered on building materials such as ceramics, mortars, plaster, and concrete. He is trying to characterize the historical lime mortars at Sagalassos and formulate new mixes for restoration work.
Nathalie Kellens is a doctoral student at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and a member of the Sagalassos Archaeological Research Project. She has been documenting the metal finds from the instrumentarium domesticum at Sagalassos since graduating in archaeology in 2001.
Toon Putzeys is a doctoral student at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and a member of the Sagalassos Archaeological Research Project. After graduating in archaeology, he completed an additional education program in computer science focusing on data management and statistics. He is currently developing a methodology for analysis of stratigraphical contexts based on the material from Sagalassos.
Manuel Sintubin is a research associate of the Onderzoeksfonds Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and a professor of structural geology and tectonics. His research at Sagalassos focuses on the reconstruction of the seismic history of the territory. Together with Dominique Similox-Tohon, Griet Verhaert, Philippe Muchez (KULeuven), and Kris Vanneste (Royal Observatory of Belgium), he is trying to identify the seismically active faults and assess the current seismic hazard in the area.
Peter Talloen is a postdoctoral researcher of the Fund of Scientific Research, Flanders, and member of the Sagalassos Archaeological Research Project. In March, he finished his Ph.D. on religious practice in Pisidia from the Hellenistic to the early Byzantine. He is currently studying the Christianization of Pisidia.
Tijl Vereenooghe is a Ph.D. student at the KULeuven. He has participated in the Sagalassos excavations since 1999 and joined the project in 2003. He is currently involved in the new Center for Archaeological Sciences (www.archscience.be) and the European EPOCH network (Excellence in Processing Open Cultural Heritage).