Near Eastern Archaeology – University of Copenhagen

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Cross-Cultural & Regional Studies > Education > Near Eastern Archaeology

Main Fields of Study

Archaeology in the Ancient Near East: Egypt, Levant, Anatolia, Mesopotamia, Ancient Iran and peripheral areas from 20,000 BCE – 19th cent. CE. The program includes a general introduction to the discipline of archaeology, with detailed studies of archaeological evidence from different periods (prehistoric, historical and islamic) in the Ancient Near East.

Study Programmes

Language of Instruction

Courses are primarily taught English. Some courses have been taught in Danish if only Danish students attend, but will be taught in English if just one international student is present. All examinations can be conducted in English. The curriculum has been in English, German and French.

You can find a list of current and upcoming courses taught in English on the Faculty’s course catalogue.