Jana Johr

Interdisciplinary Laboratory
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Jana Johr has a Master's degree and received a doctorate from the Winckelmann Institute of Classical Archaeology at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. Her research interest is archaeology of the Roman Iron Age. After four years at the German Archaeological Institute (DAI) in Athens, she gained experience as a researcher and teacher at Freie Universität Berlin and most recently at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. 

Research interests

Ancient Roman mosaics in private homes and public buildings of the Roman Iron Age and late Antiquity, with special attention to movement in floor mosaics and their contexts.  


  • The sacred landscape of Triphylia. In: Sacred Landscapes in the Peloponnese from Prehistory to Post-Byzantine Times. Conference proceedings of the 3rd CSPS International Conference, Sparta, 30 March - 1 April 2012 (in press).
  • Frühe Kaiserkultstätten in den Provinzen Achaia, Epirus und Macedonia. In: L. Gaitanou,  J. Fouquet (Eds.), Im Schatten der Antike? Ideal und Lebenswirklichkeit im römischen Griechenland, Students' Conference on Ancient Studies, Heidelberg 8 -10 November 2013 (in press).