Dr.
Konstantina Saliari

scientific employee and curator
konstantina.saliari@nhm-wien.ac.at
Phone: +43 1 52177-582
Principal investigator

H-278812/2018 (Hochschuljubiläumsstiftung der Stadt Wien): Genetik und Herkunft von römischen Rindern in Vindobona und Umgebung (PI)

Contribution

FWF I-1670: Prehistoric copper production in the eastern and central Alps (PI: G. Goldenberg)

ÖAW (OREA)-Projekt: Gog & Magog – die Mammutjägerzeit in Wien (PI: C. Neugebauer-Maresch)

FWF P-25804: Functions of an Egyptian town - Case study of Tell el-Dab´a (PI: I. Forstner-Müller)

ERC 313668: Across ancient borders and cultures: An Egyptian microcosm in Sudan during the 2nd millennium BC (PI: J. Budka)

FWF P-23517: Celts at the Traisen valley (Ossarn and Oberndorf) (PI: P. Ramsl)

Curriculum Vitae

  • 2018: Grete Mostny Award, University of Vienna.
  • 2017: Carl von Schreibers Award, Museum of Natural History Vienna.
  • 2017: PhD Thesis with Erich Pucher, Michael Doneus and Sabine Felgenhauer-Schmiedt “Archaeozoological analysis of Castle Sand (10th century AD, Lower Austria): interpretation of the socio-economic organisation and the exploitation of natural resources” (with distinction).
  • Since 2016: Scientific employee at the Museum of Natural History Vienna. 1. Zoological Department, Archaeozoology.
  • 2014-2016: Freelancer at the Museum of Natural History Vienna. 1. Zoological Department, Archaeozoology.
  • 2012: Enrolment for PhD studies at the University of Vienna.
  • 2010-2011: Department of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, School of Medicine, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (Konstantinos Moraitis).
  • 2011: Master Thesis with Lilian Karali “Molluscan material from prehistoric sites of Middle East”. General degree grade: 9.60/10 (first class honors with distinction).
  • 2009-2011: Master studies of prehistoric archaeology at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.
  • 2009: Bachelor Thesis with Lilian Karali “Natural mummification and environment”.
  • 2008: German Archaeological Institute at Athens (DAI): Digitalization and study of pottery
  • 2007-2011: National and Archaeological Museum of Athens: Educational programs for children in the age between 10 and 13 years.
  • Since 2006: Participation in various excavations in Greece and abroad.
  • 2005-2009: Bachelor studies of Archaeology and History of Art at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.
  • 2005: General Lykeion in Perama, Piraeus (“Apolytirion”).

Publications

2018

Saliari, K. (2018): Archaeozoological Analysis of the Fortified Settlement of Sand (10th Century AD, Lower Austria). Bar International Series 2892. Oxford: BAR Publishing.

Saliari K., Trebsche P., Tecchiati U. & Kroh A. (eds.) (2018): Von Keltenponys, Bergschecken und zahmen Hirschen: Festschrift für Erich Pucher. – Annalen des naturhistorischen Museums in Wien, Serie A, 120.

Grömer K. & Saliari K. (2018): Dressing Central European prehistory – the sheep’s contribution: an interdisciplinary study about archaeological textile finds and archaeozoology. In: Saliari K., Trebsche P., Tecchiati U. & Kroh A. (eds.): Von Keltenponys, Bergschecken und zahmen Hirschen. Festschrift für Erich Pucher – Annalen des naturhistorischen Museums in Wien, Serie A, 120: 127–156.

Trebsche P., Saliari K., Kroh A., Grömer K. & Tecchiati U. (2018): Erich Pucher zum 65. Geburtstag. In: Saliari K., Trebsche P., Tecchiati U. & Kroh A. (eds.): Von Keltenponys, Bergschecken und zahmen Hirschen. Festschrift für Erich Pucher – Annalen des naturhistorischen Museums in Wien, Serie A, 120: 5–18.

2017

Saliari K. & Felgenhauer-Schmiedt S. (2017): Skin, leather, and fur may have disappeared, but bones remain… The case study of the 10th century AD fortified settlement Sand in Lower Austria. – Annalen des naturhistorischen Museums in Wien, Serie A, 119: 95–114.

Grömer K., Ruß-Popa G. & Saliari K. (2017): Products of animal skin from Antiquity to the Medieval Period. – Annalen des naturhistorischen Museums in Wien, Serie A, 119: 69–93.

Tobias B., Draganits E., Wiltschke-Schrotta K. & Saliari K. (2017): Podersdorf am See. – Fundberichte aus Österreich. Archäologie im Bundesdenkmalamt 2015, Fundchronik 2015: 49–50.

Tobias B., Draganits E., Wiltschke-Schrotta K., Saliari K. & Skomorowski R. (2017): Awarische Reiterkrieger und eine Siedlung aus der Gründungszeit bei Podersdorf am See: Ausgrabungen eines frühmittelalterlichen Gräberfeldes und einer hochmittelalterlichen Siedlung bei Podersdorf am See. –  In: Gsellmann G. (ed.): Festschrift 800 Jahre Podersdorf am See – 1217-2017. Marktgemeinde Podersdorf am See, Podersdorf am See: 107–111.

popular science 2017

Saliari K. & Pucher E. (2017): Tierknochen erzählen. – In: Hofer N. & Sauer F. (eds.): Steinsichel und Bronzedolch. Urgeschichte in Weiden am See. Verlag Berger. Horn: 48–51.

Saliari K., Tobias B., Draganits E., Skomorowski R., Koch Waldner T. & Wiltschke-Schrotta K. (2017): Archäologie im Grenzbereich. –  Das Naturhistorische. Das Magazin des Naturhistorischen Museums Wien, Winter 2017: 110–111.

2016

Saliari K., Pucher E. & Kucera M. (2016): Archaeozoological investigations of the La Tène A-C1 salt-mining complex and the surrounding graves of Putzenkopf Nord (Bad Dürrnberg, Austria). – Annalen des naturhistorischen Museums in Wien, Serie A, 118: 245–288.

2015

Saliari K. & Kunst G.K. (2015): Fragments of daily life from a closed find: archaeozoological analysis at the 15th century Dominican Monastery in Tulln (Austria). – In: Flohr S. (ed.): Beiträge zur Archäozoologie und Prähistorischen Anthropologie, Band X, Beier & Beran, Langenweißbach: 123–134.

Pucher E., Saliari K. & Ramsl P. (2015): Römische Haustiere eines Latènezeitlichen Hausherrn in Vindobona (Wien)? – In: Flohr S. (ed.): Beiträge zur Archäozoologie und Prähistorischen Anthropologie, Band X, Beier & Beran, Langenweißbach: 71–78.

Kunst G. K. & Saliari, K. (2015): Vorbericht zu den Tierresten aus den Arealen Ezbet Rushdi III und IV (RIII; RIV). – Egypt and the Levant, International Journal for Egyptian Archaeology and Related Disciplines, 25: 89–96.

2014

Karali L. & Saliari K. (2014): Men in Power: The Crown of the Emperor in the Byzantine Empire. An interdisciplinary archaeological approach. – In: Alfaro C., Ortiz J., Antón M. (eds.): Tiarae, diadems and headdresses in the Ancient Mediterranean Cultures: Symbolism and Technology. – Monografías del SEMA de Valencia III 11-13 November 2011. Valencia (SEMA, Universitat de València): 255–262.

Saliari K. (2014): The dawn of the 21st century: 2006-2010. – In: Kourtessi-Philippaki G. (ed.): The research of the Neolithic period in Greece. – DIACHRONIA. Parartima Γ, Athens: 209–227 (in greek: Σαλιάρη Κ. 2014: Η αυγή του 21ου αιώνα: 2006-2010. – Στο Κουρτέση-Φιλιππάκη Γ. (επιμ.), Η έρευνα της Νεολιθικής εποχής στην Ελλάδα. – ΔΙΑΧΡΟΝΙΑ, Παράρτημα Γ, Αθήνα, 209–227).

2013

Saliari K. (2013): A Journey from Palaeolithic to Neolithic: Zooarchaeological Review of Shells from the Levant. – In: Flohr S. (ed.): Beiträge zur Archäozoologie und Prähistorischen Anthropologie, Band IX, Beier & Beran, Langenweißbach: 37–49.

Saliari K. & Draganits E. (2013): Early Bronze Age bone tubes from the Aegean: archaeological context, usage, and distribution. – Archeometriai Műhely, X/3. Budapest: 179–192.

2012

Karali L., Saliari C. & Spyropoulou E. (2012): Application of archaeoenvironmental methods for the detection of natural and anthropogenic changes in Messenia. – In: Zacharias N. (ed.): 2ndArchaeological Research and New Technologies Symposium, 21-23 October 2010, University of Peloponnese, Kalamata: 85–91.
Archaeozoology, Ancient DNA, Bioarchaeology, Domestication, Economy, Environmental Archaeology, Genetics, Morphometrics and Geometric Morphometrics, Subsistence strategies, Taphonomy and modifications, Zoology.

1. zoology

Berg Hans-Martin
collection manager
Bibl Alexander
collection manager
Bogutskaya Nina
scientific assistant
Gassner Georg
collection manager
Hofmann Gerhard
taxidermist
Illek Robert
head taxidermist
Kalina Melanie
employee project digitization
Kothbauer Renate
scientific assistant
Lutz Daniela
contract worker (CMS, databases)
Mikschi Ernst
head of department
Palandacic Anja
collection manager
Pilat Melanie
scientific assistant
Riedel Bettina
Collection assistant · Fish Collection, 1. Zoology / Interim collection manager · Fish Collection, 1. Zoology (since June 1, 2018)
Rubin Iris
model and dioramic maker
Schiller Katharina
employee project digitization
Schweiger Silke
curator, staff scientist
Staufer Martina
employee project digitization
Stefke Katharina
scientific employee
Wallner Nathalie
taxidermist
Wicke Johannes
preparator
Zachos Frank Emmanuel
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