Dr. Ine Jacobs

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Ine Jacobs is a post-doctoral researcher of the Research-Foundation Flanders. She obtained her doctoral degree with a dissertation on aesthetic maintenance of late antique cities in the Eastern Mediterranean. Nowadays, she is trying to convince archaeologists and historians of the prosperity of the Theodosian period (AD 397-450), drawing mainly on archaeological, but also epigraphic and iconographic sources. At Sagalassos, she excavates the North-South Colonnaded Street, the Apollo Klarios area and the fortifications.

Go to Ine's K.U.Leuven Profile