PhD students

Oana-Andreea Chiriluş
Speaking of War: Moldavian and Wallachian Perceptions of the Ottoman Threat During the Late 14th - Early 16th Centuries

Gwendolyn Döring
Studies on the Reception of Byzantine Rulers and Military Conflicts in the Italian Musical Theatre of the Early Modern Period

Florian Groll
The Representation of the Military Might of the Roman Imperial Family

Sophia Sonja Guthier
Varangians and Slavs as a Threat to Byzantium in 18th- and 19th-Century Russian Pictorial and Textual Culture

Julia Sophia Hanelt
Minted Vows – Studies on Vota Coinage on the Occasion of Imperial Anniversaries from Antoninus Pius to Justinian I (138 - 565)

Lorenz Kammerer

Philipp Kuhn
The Images of Roman Cavalry in Late Antiquity in the Eastern Roman Empire

Simon Mallas

Philipp Margreiter
Die fortified region Thugga im spätantiken Nordafrika. Fortifikation und Transformation eines urbanen Ballungsraums im 6. und 7. Jh.

Regina Molitor

Bart Peters
Remembering Conflict: Descriptions of War in Early Medieval Italian Narratives

Michael Rapp

Maria Rukavichnikova

Katharina Schoneveld
Illustrations of Military Technology in Byzantine Manuscripts: Transfer and Adaptation of Ancient Knowledge in Byzantium

Andrea Stabel (née Bersch)
Christian Symbolism on Militaria – The Christian Warrior in the Frankish Empire

Sonja Ulrich
The Historiography of War by Orosius

Helen Wiedmaier
The Depiction of Men as Warriors in 14th-Century Sources - Mühldorf and Other Examples

Christos Zafeiropoulos
Descriptions of Byzantine Combatants in Written Byzantine Sources during the Reign of the First Palaiologan Emperors, 1259-1328