Eberhard Zangger

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Eberhard Zangger, (born in 1958, Kamen, Germany), a senior research associate in the Department of Earth Sciences at the University of Cambridge (1988–91), is a German writer on geoarchaeology investigating the global interrelations between man and environment, especially in the prehistoric and protohistoric Aegean. In June 1991, he founded an independent facility for geoarchaeological research in Zurich, Switzerland. Since then he has been engaged in dozens of archaeological field projects all around the Mediterranean, notably at the vanished Lake Lerna."Prehistoric Coastal Environments in Greece: The Vanished Landscapes of Dimini Bay and Lake Lerna" in Journal of Field Archaeology 18 (1991) pp1–15

Zangger has written a monograph, published by the German Archaeological Institute, as well as more than seventy scholarly articles, which have appeared in the American Journal of Archaeology, Hesperia, the Oxford Journal of Archaeology, and the Journal of Field Archaeology.

Among his published books:
  • The Flood from Heaven: Deciphering the Atlantis Legend
  • The Geoarchaeology of the Argolid ISBN 3-7861-1700-4 Summarizing geoarchaeological landscape reconstruction conducted by the Argive Plain Project
  • The Future of the Past: Archaeology in the 21st Century 2001 (London:Weidenfeld & Nicolson) ISBN 0-297-64389-4 A survey of modern archaeology applying modern techniques to Aegean prehistory.



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