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PhD Søren Lund Sørensen

Soren Lund Sorensen

Freie Universität Berlin

Fachbereich Geschichts- und Kulturwissenschaften Friedrich-Meinecke-Institut

Historische Geographie des antiken Mittelmeerraumes

Research Assistant

Koserstraße 20
Room Raum A 359
14195 Berlin

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9/2002 – 6/2009: Classics, University of Copenhagen (MA) (Denmark)

9/2011 – 6/2012: Jewish studies, University of Oxford (MSt) (United Kingdom)

7/2012 – 6/2015: PhD in ancient history, University of Southern Denmark (Denmark)

I. Monographs and chapters

3. Sine fine. Studies in honour of Klaus Geus on the occasion of his sixtieth birthday. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner, 2022.

2. Between kingdom and koinon. Neapolis/Neoklaudiopolis and the Pontic cities. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner, 2016.

1. (with Bekker-Nielsen, T., R. Czichon, C. Høgel, B. Kivrak, J.M. Madsen, V. Sauer and K. Winther-Jacobsen) Ancient Neoklaudiopolis (Vezirköprü in Samsun Province): A historical and archaeological guide. Istanbul: Arkeoloji ve Sanat Yayınları, 2015.

II. Articles

20. From the Hydaspes to Gaul. In: Sørensen, S.L. (ed.) Sine fine. Studies in honour of Klaus Geus on the occasion of his sixtieth birthday. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner, 2022: 497-512.

19. (mit Geus, K. & S. Günther) "Serer im Carmen de bello Actiaco". Marburger Beiträge zur antiken Handels-, Wirtschafts- und Sozialgeschichte 39 (2021):149-158.

18. "A new date for Paradoxographus Palatinus?". Ancient Society 51 (2021): 259-272.

17. (with Geus, K.) "A Macedonian King in Arabia. Seleukos IV in Two Old South Arabian Inscriptions. A corrected synchronism and its consequences". Tyche 35 (2021): 175-180.

16. (with Geus, K.) "Medes and Minaeans in Egypt - M 247: Who, where, and when?". JAC 35 (2020): 147-160.

15. (with Geus, K.) "A Sabaean eyewitness to the war of Euagoras against the Persians. Synchronising Greek and Ancient South Arabian sources". ZPE 209 (2019): 196–204.

14. "Herod’s oath of c. 6 BCE" RRE 4 (2018): 260-272.

13. "Paradoxographus Palatinus (1681)." Online publication August 2017 (16,127 words). To be published in S. Schorn (Ed.) Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker Continued. Part IV E. Paradoxography and Antiquities. IV 1. Paradoxography, Leiden.

12. "‘So says Strabo’ - The reception of Strabo’s work in antiquity." In: Dueck, D. (Ed.) The Routledge companion to Strabo. London: Routledge, 2017: 355-366.

11. "Cassius Dio and the foreigners." In: Lange, C.H. and J.M. Madsen (Eds.) Cassius Dio. Greek intellectual and Roman politician. Leiden: Brill, 2016: 76-91.

10. "The Bithynians again! The koina and their supposed involvement in cases of repetundae." In: Kolb, A. and M. Vitale (Eds.) Kaiserkult in den Provinzen. Organisation, Kommunikation, Repräsentation. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2016: 337-351.

9. "By the waters of Phazimon – a note on the research history of Studia Pontica III 24" OrbTerr 12 (2016): 287-294.

8. (with Bekker-Nielsen, T. and C. Høgel) "Inscriptions from Neoklaudiopolis/Andrapa (Vezirköprü, Turkey)" EA 48 (2015): 115-136.

7. "5 Maccabees 13 and the missing ambassador" EJJS 9 (2015): 121-133.

6. "A Re-examination of the imperial oath from Vezirköprü" Philia 1 (2015): 14-32.

5. "Neapolis'ten yemin yazıtı" Cedrus 3 (2015): 269-276.

4. "Identifying the Jewish Eupolemoi: an onomastic approach" JJS 66 (2015): 24-35.

3. (with Ful, Ş.D) "An archisynagogos in Pontos" ZPE 192 (2014): 176-180.

2. "Imperial priests in Neoklaudiopolis" EA 46 (2013): 176-180.

1. "Eine Anspielung auf Kallimachos im 3 Makkabäerbuch" GRBS 50 (2010): 87-94.

III. Reviews

6. Altay Coşkun with the assistance of Joanna Porucznik and Germain Payen (eds.), Ethnic Constructs, Royal Dynasties and Historical Geography Around the Black Sea Littoral. In: OrbTerr 19 (2021): 351-354.

5. Michał Marciak, Sophene, Gordyene, and Adiabene – Three Regna Minora of Northern Mesopotamia between East and West. In: OrbTerr 17 (2019): 359-360.

4. Felix John, Der Galaterbrief im Kontext historischer Lebenswelten im antiken Kleinasien. In: BMCR (2017.05.24)

3. Krystyna Stebnicka, Identity of the Diaspora: Jews in Asia Minor in the Imperial Period. In: BMCR (2016.07.27).

2. William Horbory, Jewish war under Hadrian and Trajan. In: SCI 35 (2016): 152-154.

1. (with Winther-Jacobsen, K.) Takashi Fujii, Imperial cult and imperial representation in Roman Cyprus. In: BMCR (2013.12.24).