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Miguel John Versluys

Professor of Classical & Mediterranean Archaeology

Name
Prof.dr. M.J. Versluys
Telephone
+31 71 527 2438
E-mail
m.j.versluys@arch.leidenuniv.nl

My research and teaching explore the cultural dynamics of the Hellenistic-Roman world (roughly 200 BC – AD 200) from the point of view of Eurasia. I investigate these dynamic processes from local, regional and global perspectives and by means of a variety of methodologies and techniques derived from the Social Sciences & Humanities as well as the Natural Sciences.

Interdisciplinarity is key to my research in all respects. As Classical & Mediterranean archaeologist, I actively work together with (pre)historians, art historians, classicists, Egyptologists, Near Eastern scholars, anthropologists, sociologists and scientists, as I believe that this approach is the only way to arrive at a better and comprehensive understanding of the big picture I am interested in.

In doing so, my research has two distinct focus points: the interconnection of cultures and their various identities (”Globalisation”), and the interdependence of objects and people (“Material Culture Studies”)

The period between 200 BC – AD 200 is pivotal for World History and many of the cultural dynamics that emerged at that time continue to define us up until the present day. My research and teaching actively engage with the presence of the past and the importance of long-term history for our present-day societies.

Currently I am heading the NWO-funded VICI project Innovating objects. The impact of global connections and the formation of the Roman Empire (ca. 200-30 BC) (2016-2021) LINK and, as one of its six main coordinators, the GRAVITATION program Anchoring Innovation funded by the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science (2017-2027).

I have published 2 monographs, 10 edited volumes and over 50 (refereed) articles and book chapters. I have successfully supervised 5 PhD dissertations. At present, my research group consists of 5 PhD students and 5 Postdocs, amongst whom a Marie Curie fellow. From 2011 onwards I have (co-) organised 6 major international conferences and 9 smaller workshops or conference sessions. I am one of the editors of the Brill series Religions in the Graeco-Roman World (RGRW ).

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2001 PhD Leiden University, Aegyptiaca Romana. Nilotic scenes and the Roman views of Egypt (cum laude).

2002-2004 Amsterdam Archaeological Centre, Postdoctoral research fellow & project manager of the International Nemrud Dağ Project

2005- Assistant Professor, Leiden University, Faculty of Archaeology

2011 Guest professor at the Université Toulouse – Le Mirail/Jean Jaurès (Toulouse)

2011-2015 NWO VIDI grant for the project Cultural innovation in a globalising society. Egypt in the Roman world & Associate Professor.

2014 Co-founder of the Leiden Material Agency Forum.

2016 Senior research fellow with the Excellence Cluster TOPOI (Berlin).

2016-2021 NWO VICI grant for the project Innovating objects. The impact of global connections and the formation of the Roman Empire (ca. 200-30 BC) & Full Professor.

2017-2027 GRAVITATION grant for the program Anchoring Innovation (one of the six main coordinators).

2018 Scholar in residence at the Getty Research Institute (Los Angeles).

Research interests, development and output

I obtained my PhD degree from Leiden University in 2001 for a study of images of Egypt in Roman visual material culture and, in broader terms, the meaning of Aegyptiaca Romana. To further explore how “Egypt” and “Rome” constituted dialectical history, I organised, together with Laurent Bricault (Toulouse), a series of conferences on the Egyptian/Hellenistic/Roman goddess Isis between 2005 and 2011. This has resulted in four edited book volumes (Bricault/Versluys 2007, 2010, 2012 and 2014) that explore the entanglement of the local and the global with regard to Isis and the Egyptian gods from a wide variety of perspectives. Simultaneously, extensive fieldwork in Commagene (south-east Anatolia) broadened my range beyond the Nile and Tiber – and subsequently led me to rethink what cultural interaction in Antiquity was about by taking the perspective of the Euphrates. This resulted first in an exploration of Globalisation theory to better understand the connectivity that characterised the Roman world (Pitts/Versluys 2015) and, subsequently, in The Routledge Handbook of Archaeology and Globalization, which encompasses a worldwide scope throughout time. Together with others I also investigated the consequences of living in a world characterised by increasing interconnections as well as our conceptual apparatus for understanding such a context. For instance, we critically evaluated and applied the concept of “The invention of tradition” to Roman Europe and the Mediterranean (Boschung /Busch/ Versluys 2015). Making a similar conceptual shift from culture to concept, a recent volume argues for the crucial importance of the notion of Persianism, as parallel to Hellenism, in order to understand the cultural dynamics of Hellenistic and Roman Eurasia beyond “East’ (versus) “West” containers (Strootman/Versluys 2017).

Things have become increasingly central to these investigations. Specifically, the concept of things shows that objects intrinsically consist of (culturally) multi-layered know-how and meaning and that they affect humans and human society because of this. For that reason, I have come to place both Globalisation and Material Culture Studies (“beyond representation”) at the heart of my agenda for Hellenistic and Roman archaeology.

My 2017 monograph on Nemrud Dağ and Commagene under Antiochos I, entitled Visual style and constructing identity in the Hellenistic world, applies this approach in-depth to a remarkable archaeological case study.

To explore and evaluate “the material turn”, I co-founded the Leiden Material Agency Forum together with colleagues from Art History and Anthropology in 2014. The volume Beyond Egyptomania is one of the outcomes of this interdisciplinary cooperation, in which the transmission of the idea of Egypt throughout time is studied from the perspective of material agency (Versluys/van Eck 2018). Albeit more traditional and applied than the above volume (for good reason), a new book on the Iseum Campense in Rome also investigates how past and present are bridged by the historical layeredness of objects (Versluys, Bülow-Clausen, Capriotti-Vittozzi 2018).

My current projects build on my previous (fieldwork) experiences in (present-day) Italy, Turkey and Egypt and combine my two research focus points - the interconnection of cultures and identities, and the interdependence of objects and people – approached through the concept of innovation. The general aim of these projects is rewrite the history of the Hellenistic and Roman world from the perspective of increasing connectivity and developments that took place in (wider) Eurasia – as part of World History – and to do so on the basis of objects and their affordances.

 

 

Professor of Classical & Mediterranean Archaeology

  • Faculteit Archeologie
  • World Archaeology
  • Classical and Mediterranean Archaeology

Work address

Van Steenis
Einsteinweg 2
2333 CC Leiden
Room number B109

Contact

  • Versluys M.J. (2018), ‘Une géographie intérieure’: the perpetual presence of Egypt, Aegyptiaca. Journal of the history of the reception of ancient Egypt 3: 159-166.article in journal: refereed
  • Versluys M.J. (2018), Comment on L. Ghisleni, Contingent persistence. Continuity, change and identity in the Romanization debate, Current Anthropology 59(2): 159-160.article in journal: refereed
  • Versluys M.J. (2018), Egypt and/in/as Rome. In: Spier J., Potts T., Cole S.E. (Eds.) Beyond the Nile. Egypt and the Classical world. Los Angeles: Getty Publications.book chapter
  • Versluys M.J. (2018), Kosmopolitisch erfgoed aan de Euphraat. Nemrud Dağ en Kommagene in de Hellenistisch-Romeinse periode. In: Gerritsen F., Heijden H. van der (Eds.) Standplaats Istanbul. Lange lijnen in de cultuurgeschiedenis van Turkije. Rotterdam: Uitgeverij Jurgen Maas. 155-163.book chapter
  • Versluys M.J. (2018), Temple - monument – lieu de mémoire. Rethinking the Iseum Campense,. In: Versluys M.J., Bülow-Clausen C., Capriotti Vittozzi G. (Eds.) The Iseum Campense from the Roman Empire to the Modern Age. Temple - monument – lieu de mémoire. Rome: Quasar.book chapter
  • Versluys M.J., Bülow-Clausen C. & Capriotti Vittozzi G. (2018), The Iseum Campense from the Roman Empire to the Modern Age. Temple - monument – lieu de mémoire. Rome: Quasar.book
  • Versluys M.J. (29 September 2017), De kracht en onmacht van verbonden zijn. Objecten, globalisering en het ontstaan van de Romeinse wereld (Inaugural address, Archaeology, Leiden). Leiden: Universiteit Leiden.inaugural address
  • Müskens S., Braekmans D., Versluys M.J. & Degryse P. (2018), Egyptian sculptures from Imperial Rome. Non-destructive characterization of granitoid statues through macroscopic methodologies and in situ XRF analysis, Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 10(6): 1303-1318.article in journal: refereed
  • Versluys M.J. (2017), Egypt as part of the Roman koine: Mnemohistory and the Iseum Campense in Rome. In: Nagel S., Quack J.F., Witschel C. (Eds.) Entangled worlds. Religious confluences between East and West in the Roman Empire. The cults of Isis, Mithras, and Jupiter Dolichenus. Tübingen: Orientalische Religionen in der Antike / Mohr Siebeck. 274-293.book chapter
  • Strootman R. & Versluys M.J. (2017), From culture to concept: the reception of Persia in Antiquity. In: Strootman R., Versluys M.J. (Eds.) Persianism in Antiquity. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag. 9-32.book chapter
  • Versluys M.J. (2017), Object-scapes. Towards a material constitution of Romaness?. In: Oyen A. van, Pitts M. (Eds.) Materialising Roman histories. Oxford: Oxbow. 191-199.book chapter
  • Strootman R. & Versluys M.J. (Eds.) (2017), Persianism in Antiquity Oriens et Occidens no. 25. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag.editorship of book
  • Eck C.A. van & Versluys M.J. (2017), The Hôtel de Beauharnais in Paris: Egypt, Greece, Rome, and the dynamics of stylistic transformation. In: Stackelberg K.T. von, Macaulay-Lewis E. (Eds.) Housing New Romans: Architectural Reception and the Classical Style in the Modern World. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 54-91.book chapter
  • Versluys M.J. (2017), Visual style and constructing identity in the Hellenistic world. Nemrud Dağ and Commagene under Antiochos I. Cambridge – New York: Cambridge University Press.book
  • Hodos T., Geurds A., Lane P.J., Lilley I., Pitts M., Shelach-Lavi G., Stark M.T. & Versluys M.J. (2016), The Routledge Handbook of Archaeology and Globalization. London: Routledge.book
  • Versluys M.J. (2016), Egypt as part of the Roman koine: Mnemohistory and the Iseum Campense in Rome. In: Entangled worlds. Religious confluences between East and West in the Roman Empire. Tübingen: Orientalische Religionen in der Antike / Mohr Siebeck. 274-293.book chapter
  • Versluys M.J. (2016), Egyptology from the First World War to the Third Reich. Ideology, scholarship, and individual biographies Review of: T. Schneider, P. Raulwing Egyptology from the First World War to the Third Reich. Ideology, scholarship, and individual biographies, History of Humanities 1: 202-204.book review
  • Versluys M.J. (2016), Exploring Aegyptiaca and their material agency throughout global history. In: The Routledge Handbook of Globalisation and Archaeology. London: Routledge. 74-89.book chapter
  • M.J. Versluys (2016), The global Mediterranean: a material-cultural perspective. In: The Routledge Handbook of Globalisation and Archaeology. London: Routledge. 597-601.book chapter
  • Geurds A., Lane P., Lilley I., Pitts M., Shelach G., Stark M. & Versluys M.J. (2016), The Routledge Handbook of Globalisation and Archaeology.book
  • Eck C.A. van, Versluys M.J. & Keurs P.J. ter (2015), The Biography of Cultures: Style, Objects and Agency, Cahiers de l'Ecole du Louvre 7(1): 2-22.article in journal
  • Bricault L., Müskens S.W.G. & Versluys M.J. (2015), Epilogue: Eastern provinces with Oriental gods?. In: Müskens S., Nikoloska A. (Eds.) Romanising Oriental Gods? Religious transformations in the Balkan provinces in the Roman period. New finds and novel perspectives, Proceedings of the International Conference held at Skopje, 18-21 September 2013.. Skopje: Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts. 427-435.book chapter
  • M. Pitts & M.J. Versluys (2015), Globalisation and the Roman world. In: M. Pitts, M.J. Versluys (Eds.) Globalisation and the Roman world. World history, connectivity and material culture.: (CUP: Cambridge – New York. 3-31.book chapter
  • M. Pitts & M.J. Versluys (2015), Globalisation and the Roman world. World history, connectivity and material culture. Cambridge - New York
: Cambridge University Press.book
  • M.J. Versluys (2015), Haunting traditions. The (material) presence of Egypt in the Roman world. In: D. Boschung, A. Busch, M.J. Versluys (Eds.) Reinventing The invention of tradition? Indigenous pasts and the Roman present. München: Wilhelm Fink Verlag. 127-158.book chapter
  • A. Busch & M.J. Versluys (2015), Indigenous pasts and the Roman present. In: D. Boschung, A. Busch, M.J. Versluys (eds.), (Eds.) Reinventing The invention of tradition? Indigenous pasts and the Roman present. München: Wilhelm Fink Verlag:. 7-15.book chapter
  • E.M. Mol. M.J. Versluys (2015), Material culture and imagined communities in the Roman world. In: R. Raja, J. Rüpke (Eds.) A companion to the archaeology of religion in the ancient world.: Blackwell: Oxford. 451-461.book chapter
  • D. Boschung, A. Busch & M.J. Versluys (2015), Reinventing The invention of tradition? Indigenous pasts and the Roman present: Wilhelm Fink Verlag: München.book
  • M.J. Versluys (2015), Roman visual material culture as globalising koine. In: M. Pitts, M.J. Versluys (Eds.) Globalisation and the Roman world. World history, connectivity and material culture.: CUP: Cambridge – New York. 141-174.book chapter
  • Versluys M.J. (2014), Augustus als Hellenistische vorst en Egyptische farao. (Amsterdam) (Lecture).other
  • Versluys M.J. & et al (2014), Cultural innovation in a globalising society. Egypt in the Roman world. Archaeology in Transition Symposium 25 9 2014-26 9 2014 [conference poster].other
  • Müskens S.W.G., Leemreize M.E.C., Mol E.M, Aerde M.E.J.J. van & Versluys M.J. (2014), Egypt in the Roman world. By conquering the world, Rome itself became the world. Archaeology in Transition Symposium 25 9 2014-26 9 2014 [conference poster].other
  • Versluys M.J. (2014), Getting out of the comfort zone. Reply to responses, Archaeological Dialogues 21(1): 50-55.article in journal: refereed
  • Naerebout F.G. & Versluys M.J. (2014), Inleidingen. In: Hupperetz W., Kaper O.E., Naerebout F.G., Versluys M.J. (Eds.) Van Rome naar Romeins. Allard Pierson Museum Serie no. 5 Zwolle/Amsterdam: WBooks/Allard Pierson Museum. 25, 47, 67, 91, 113, 135, 155.book chapter
  • Naerebout F.G. & Versluys M.J. (2014), Introducties tot de zeven verschillende hoofdstukken/Introductions to the seven bookchapters. In: Hupperetz W., Kaper O.E., Naerebout F.G., Versluys M.J. (Eds.) Van Rome naar Romeins/Keys to Rome.. 25, 47, 67, 91, 113, 134, 155.book chapter
  • Bricault L. & Versluys M.J. (2014), Isis and Empires. In: Bricault L., Versluys M.J. (Eds.) Power, politics and the cults of Isis. no. 180 Leiden - Boston: Brill. 3-35.book chapter
  • Müskens S., Versluys M.J., Leemreize M., Mol E. & Aerde M. van (2014), L’Egitto a Roma, Forma Urbis 9(9): 17-19.article in journal
  • Versluys M.J. (2014), “Lost in the hinterland?” The monument on Nemrud Dağı in its Hellenistic context. In: Brijder H.A.G. (Ed.) Nemrud Dagı. Recent archaeological research and conservation activities in the tomb sanctuary on Mount Nemrud.. 600-605.book chapter
  • Versluys M.J. (2014), Nemrud Dağ, Archaeology of. In: C. Smith (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology.. 5222-5229.book chapter
  • Bricault L. & Versluys M.J. (2014), Power, politics and the cults of Isis no. 180. Leiden – Boston: Brill.book
  • Naerebout F.G. & Versluys M.J. (2014), Religie op het Italisch schiereiland/Religions on the Italian peninsula. In: Hupperetz W., Kaper O.E., Naerebout F.G., Versluys M.J. (Eds.) Van Rome naar Romeins/Keys to Rome.. 92-94.book chapter
  • Versluys M.J. (2014), Review of: C. E. Barrett. Egyptianizing Figurines from Delos. A study in Hellenistic Religion (2011) Review of: C. E. Barret (2011) Egyptianizing Figurines from Delos. A study in Hellenistic Religion, 51: 44-45.book review
  • M.J. Versluys (2014), SOLI DONUM DEDIT. De Romeinse geschiedenis van de obelisk op Piazza del Popolo, 2(2): 86-92.article in journal
  • Versluys M.J. (2014), Understanding objects in motion. An archaeological dialogue on Romanisation, Archaeological Dialogues 21(1): 1-20.article in journal: refereed
  • Hupperetz W., Kaper O.E., Naerebout F.G. & Versluys M.J. (2014), Van Rome naar Romeins simultaneously published in an English edition as Keys to Rome.: Allard Pierson Museum/W Books.book
  • Naerebout F.G., Versluys M.J. & (2014), Van Rome naar Romeins. De diversiteit van het Romeinse rijk/From Rome to Roman. The diversity of the Roman Empire. In: Hupperetz W., Kaper O.E., Naerebout F.G., Versluys M.J. (Eds.) Van Rome naar Romeins/Keys to Rome.. 9-21.book chapter
  • Naerebout F.G. & Versluys M.J. (2014), Van Rome naar Romeins: de diversiteit van het Romeinse rijk. In: Hupperetz W., Kaper O.E., Naerebout F.G., Versluys M.J. (Eds.) Van Rome naar Romeins. Allard Pierson Museum Serie no. 5 Zwolle/Amsterdam: WBooks/Allard Pierson Museum. 9-21.book chapter
  • Hupperetz W., Kaper O.E., Naerebout F.G. & Versluys M.J. (Eds.) (2014), Van Rome naar Romeins Allard Pierson Museum Serie no. 5. Zwolle/Amsterdam: WBooks/Allard Pierson Museum.editorship of book
  • Versluys M.J. (2013), A new Memphis. In: Capriotti Vittozzi G. (Ed.) La terra del Nilo sulle sponde del Tevere..book chapter
  • Versluys M.J. (2013), De zin en onzin van “egyptomanie”. (Leiden) (Lecture).other
  • Versluys M.J. (2013), Material culture and identity in the late Roman Republic (c. 200 BC – c. 20 BC). In: DeRose Evans J. (Ed.) A companion to the archaeology of the Roman Republic.. 429-440.book chapter
  • Versluys M.J. (2013), Materielle Kultur: Die Wirkung Ägyptens/Material Culture: Egypt’s agency. In: Exhibition catalogue Hannes Böck (Seccession, Wien).. 35-51.book chapter
  • Versluys M.J. (2013), Orientalising Roman gods. In: Bonnet C., Bricault L. (Eds.) Panthée. Religious transformations in the Graeco-Roman Empire.. 235-259.book chapter
  • Versluys M.J. (2013), Van Napata tot Napels. Egyptische materiële cultuur in de hellenistische periode (Leiden) (Lecture).other
  • Versluys M.J. (2012), Egypt as part of the Roman 'koine'. In: Quack J.F., Witschel C. (Eds.) Religious flows in the Roman Empire. Tuebingen: Mohr-Siebeck.book chapter
  • Versluys M.J. (2012), "Lost in the hinterland"? Nemrud Dag in its Hellenistic context. In: Brijder H.A.G. (Ed.) The International Nemrud Dag Project 2001-2008..conference paper: refereed
  • Versluys M.J. (2012), The Archaeology of Nerud Dag (Turkey). In: Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology.: Springer Verlag.book chapter
  • Versluys M.J. (2011), Archéologie classique et histoire de l’art aux Pays-Bas: des liaisons dangereuses, Perspective 2010/2012(4): 687-701.article in journal
  • Versluys M.J. (2011), Review of D. Gerin, A. Geissen and M. Amandry (eds) (2008) Review of: (2008) Aegyptiaca serta in Soheir Bakhoum memoriam. Mélanges de numismatique, d’iconographie et d’histoire, Babesch Bulletin Antieke Beschaving 86: 229-230.book review
  • Versluys M.J. (2011), Review of M. Meyer (2006) Review of: (2011) Die Personifikation der Stadt Antiocheia. Ein neues Bild für eine neue Gottheit, Babesch Bulletin Antieke Beschaving 86: 230-231.book review
  • Bricault L. & Versluys M.J. (2010), Isis on the Nile. Egyptian gods in Hellenistic and Roman Egypt. Proceedings of the IVth International Conference of Isis Studies. Michel Malaise in honorem. Leiden and Boston: Brill.book
  • Versluys M.J. (2010), Review of C. Riva and N.C. Vella (eds.) (2006) Review of: Riva C., Vella N.C. (2006) Riva, C. and N.C. Vella (eds). Debating Orientalisation. Multidisciplinary Approaches to Change in the Ancient Mediterranean (Monographs in Mediterranean Archaeology 10), Applied Medical Informatics 67: 593-957.book review
  • Versluys M.J. (2010), Review of D.M. Jacobson (2007) Review of: (2007) Jacobson, D.M. The Hellenistic paintings of Marisa (The Palestine Exploration Fund Annual VII), Applied Medical Informatics 67: 584-586.book review
  • Versluys M.J. (2010), The archaeology of culture contact: an introdution to the seminar. In: Mol A., Manning R., Zande D. van de (Eds.) The archaeology of culture contact. Granduate School Workshop 2008. Leiden. 7-9.conference paper
  • Versluys M.J. (2009), Lokaal en globaal. Egypte in de Romeinse wereld, Lampas 42(3): 186-203.article in journal: refereed
  • Versluys M.J. (2009), Review of: B. Andeae and K. Rhein (2006) Review of: Andreae B., Rhein K. (2006) Kleopatra und die Caesaren, 2008.09.52.book review
  • Versluys M.J. (2008), Organisation of an international conference. Liege (Luik) (Belgium). [other]other
  • Versluys M.J. (27 November 2008), Relations between style and identity in the Hellenistic and Roman eastern Mediterranean (Lecture). Liege (Luik).other
  • Versluys M.J. (2010), Understanding Egypt in Egypt and beyond. In: Bricault L., Versluys M.J. (Eds.) Isis on the Nile. Egyptian gods in Hellenistic and Roman Egypt. Proceedings of the IVth International Conference of Isis Studies. Michel Malaise in honorem. Leiden and Boston: Brill. 7-36.conference paper: refereed
  • Versluys M.J. (22 November 2008), Nemrud Dag tussen Oost en West. Nederlands onderzoek naar de 'Godenberg' (Lecture). Leiden.other
  • Versluys M.J. (3 October 2008), Romeinse archeologie. Theoretische ontwikkelingen in de laatste 40 jaar (Lecture). Groningen.other
  • Versluys M.J. (1 June 2008), Archeologie op de Weekend-School (Lecture). Amsterdam.other
  • Versluys M.J. (1 June 2008), Nemrud Dag and Commagene under Antiochos I (Lecture). Amsterdam.other
  • Versluys M.J. (5 April 2008), Acculturation or what? The uses of style in the Roman Mediterranean (Lecture). Amsterdam.other
  • Versluys M.J. (2008), session organiser. Amsterdam (The netherlands). [other]other
  • Versluys M.J. (28 February 2008), Cultural Scenarios (Lecture). Lissabon (Portugal).other
  • Versluys M.J. (26 January 2008), Concluding remarks & discussion moderator (Lecture). Leiden.other
  • Versluys M.J. & Segui Marco J.J. (2008), A newly discovered relief from Saguntum, Madrider Mitteilungen 49: 341-353.article in journal: refereed
  • Versluys M.J. (2008), An unknown Nilotic mosaic from Roman North Africa. In: Bricault L. (Ed.) Bibliotheca Isiaca 1. Bibliotheca Isiaca no. 1. 69-70.book chapter
  • Versluys M.J. (2008), Exploring identities in the Phoenician, Hellenistic and Roman East. A review article, Applied Medical Informatics 65: 342-356.article in journal: refereed
  • Versluys M.J. (2008), Introduction: peoples and images on the move (Lecture). Leiden.other
  • Versluys M.J. (2008), review of F. Herklotz (2007) Review of: (2007) F. Herklotz, Prinzeps und Pharao. Der Kult des Augustus in Aegypten, Journal of Roman Studies 98: 219-220.book review
  • Versluys M.J. (2008), Romeinse archeologie: theoretische ontwikkelingen in de laatste decennia. Een Nederlands perspectief, Tijdschrift voor Mediterrane Archeologie 40: 29-35.article in journal: refereed
  • Versluys M.J. (2008), Sociale mobiliteit in Romeins Egypte Review of: (2006) L.E. Tacoma, Fragile heirarchies. The urban elites of third-century Roman Egypt, TIJDSCHRIFT VOOR GESCHIEDENIS 121: 218-219.book review
  • Versluys M.J. (2008), The archaeology of culture contact. Leiden. [other]other
  • Versluys M.J. (16 November 2007), Leistungen hellenisierter Barbaren? Nemrud Dag en de beeldtaal van Antiochos I van Kommagene (Lecture). Faculteit der Letteren, Universiteit Leiden.other
  • Versluys M.J. (28 October 2007), Archeologie op de weekendschool (Lecture). Amsterdam.other
  • Versluys M.J. (3 September 2007), Een grote gek op een kale berg? Hellenistische archeologie in Anatolië (Lecture). Faculteit der Archeologie, Universiteit Leiden.other
  • Versluys M.J. (11 April 2007), Whose identity? Materian culture in Hellenistic and Roman Commagene (Lecture). Netherlands Institute in Turkey, Istanbul.other
  • Versluys M.J. (2007), Aegyptiaca Romana. The widening debate.. In: Bricault L., Versluys M.J., Meyboom P.B.P. (Eds.) Nile into Tiber. Egypt in the Roman World. Proceedings of the IIIrd International Conference of Isis Studies.. Leiden and Boston: Brill. 1-14.conference paper: refereed
  • Versluys M.J. (2007), Functie bij : Radbout Universiteit Nijmegen. [other]other
  • Bricault L., Versluys M.J. & Meyboom P.G.P. (2007), Nile into Tiber. Egypt in the Roman World. Proceedings of the IIIrd International Conference of Isis Studies. Leiden and Boston: Brill.book
  • Versluys M.J. (2007), Review of A. Hoffmann (ed.) 2005 Review of: Hoffmann A. (2005) Ägyptische Kulte und ihre Heiligtümer im Osten des Römischen Reiches, Bulletin Antieke Beschaving 82: 296-297.book review
  • Versluys M.J. (14 November 2006), A newly discovered relief from Saguntum. (Lecture). Faculteit der Archeologie, Universiteit Leiden.other
  • Versluys M.J. (8 September 2006), Included alterity? (Lecture). Radbout Universiteit Nijmegen.other
  • Versluys M.J. (15 July 2006), Some remarks on the meaning of Egyptian style artefacts in Imperial Rome (Lecture). Collingwood College, Durham.other
  • Versluys M.J. (20 June 2006), Some questions on style. (Lecture). Faculteit der Archeologie, Leiden.other
  • Versluys M.J. (24 May 2006), Nile into Tiber. Egypt in the Roman world. (Lecture). Departament d'Historia de la Antiguitat, Universitat de València.other
  • Versluys M.J. (15 May 2006), Romanisering als cultuurhistorisch fenomeen. (Lecture). Archeologisch Insituut, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam.other
  • Versluys M.J. (20 April 2006), The cults of Isis in their social and political context. (Lecture). Instituut voor Geschiedenis, Rijks Universiteit Groningen.other
  • Versluys M.J. (14 February 2006), Egyptisch water in the Romeinse wereld (Lecture). Rijks Museum van Oudheden, Leiden.other
  • Naerebout F.G. & Versluys M.J. (2006), L'acculturation n'est qu'un mot. Cultuurcontact en acculturatieprocessen in de Oudheid: een inleiding, Leidschrift. Historisch Tijdschrift 21.3: 7-23.article in journal: refereed
  • Versluys M.J. & Meyboom P.G.P. (2007), The meaning of dwarfs in Nilotic scenes. In: Bricault L., Versluys M.J., Meyboom P.G.P. (Eds.) Nile into Tiber. Egypt in the Roman World. Proceedings of the IIIrd International Conference of Isis Studies.. Leiden: Brill. 170-208.conference paper: refereed
  • Versluys M.J. (2005), An idea at the back of it? Romanisering als cultuurhistorisch fenomeen., Tijdschrift voor Mediterrane Archeologie 32: 37-43.article in journal
  • Stek T.D. & Versluys M.J. (2005), Some new observations. Architectural Elements on the East Terrace in: E. M. Moormann, M. J. Versluys, The Nemrud Project. Second Interim Report, Babesch Bulletin Antieke Beschaving 78: 150-150.article in journal: refereed
  • Stek T.D. & Versluys M.J. (2005), The lifting holes, in: E. M. Moormann, M. J. Versluys, The Nemrud Project. Second Interim Report, Babesch Bulletin Antieke Beschaving 78: 151-154.article in journal: refereed
  • Versluys M.J. & Moormann E.M. (2005), The Nemrud Dag Project: third interim report, Bulletin Antieke Beschaving 80: 125-143.article in journal
  • Versluys M.J. (2004), Isis Capitolina and Egyptian cults in late Republican Rome. In: Bricault L. (Ed.) Isis en Occident. Actes du IIième colloque international sur les études isiaques, Lyon III, 16-17 mai 2002.. 421-448.book chapter
  • Versluys M.J. (2004), Rome en Egypte in wisselend perspectief. Aspecten van culturele interactie, Archivo Español de Arte 76(4): 244-253.article in journal
  • Versluys M.J. (2003), Milete samengevat en toegelicht. Review of: A.M. Greaves, Miletos, A history., TIJDSCHRIFT VOOR GESCHIEDENIS 116: 411-413.article in journal
  • Versluys M.J. & Moormann E.M. (2003), The Nemrud Dag Project: second interim report, Bulletin Antieke Beschaving 78: 141-166.article in journal
  • Versluys M.J. (2002), Aegyptiaca Romana: Nilotic Scenes and the Roman Views of Egypt. Leiden: Brill.book
  • Versluys M.J. (2002), Splendid Isolation? A glimpse into contemporary British archaeology., Archaeological Dialogues 8.2: 104-108.article in journal
  • Versluys M.J. & Moormann E.M. (2002), The Nemrud Dag Project: first interim report., Bulletin Antieke Beschaving 77: 73-111.article in journal
  • Versluys M.J. (2001), Nilotic representations in relation to other Egyptian elements in the Roman World (PhD thesis). Supervisor(s) and Co-supervisor(s):Geertman H.A.A.P., Meyboom P.G.P.PhD thesis

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