Dr. Alexandra S. Rodler

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Research interests

Bio- and isotope geochemistry
Early Earth environments
Archaeometry

Research Experience

Radiogenic isotope systems (Sr, Pb),
Traditional (C, O) and non-traditional stable isotope systems (Cr, Cu),
Trace and rare earth elements,
A/biogenic minerals, redox, sorption

Current research project

Sep 2020
Colorful Indications of (Ex)Change: Provenance and production technology of ancient pigments & cultural and technological exchange and transformation in the Roman periphal province of Noricum.

Wall painting fragment with Egyptian blue (Teurnia, 2020)

See also Norikum: Farben (DE) or Noricum: Colours (EN) at OeAI/OeAW

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 845075, and is based at the Austrian Archaeological Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences with research visits at the Department for Lithospheric Research, University of Vienna.

News & Upcoming

Outreach

Upcoming contribution to Kinderuni 2022

Upcoming participation during Lange Nacht der Forschung 2022

New paper/preprint

Rodler A.S. and Kostomitsopoulou Marketou A., Supplying the Mediterranean World with Egyptian blue: An Archaeometric Perspective. doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5827683

Funding

New project funding thanks to the Dr. Emil Suess-Erbschaft and Hlauschek-Legat:
Earth pigments from the late Hellenistic pigment production site of Kos (EpiKos)
2022-2023, planned fieldwork Sep 2022


Upcoming conference sessions

vEGU 2022 April 3-8
(Paleo-)environmental reconstructions from biomineralized carbonates: Archaean to present

Goldschmidt 2022 (hybrid) July 10-15
9a – Chemical sediments as deep time archives for the co-evolution of the atmosphere, continents, and oceans

EAA 2022 28th EAA Annual Meeting 31 Aug – 3 Sep
All on Walls. Current Issues on Historical Wall Painting Science, Conservation, and Restoration


Upcoming Conference contributions

17th CRPA International Colloquium on Roman Provincial Art, Vienna-Carnuntum May 16-21