About the University
Frankfurt University is a lively, urban, and cosmopolitan university that provides an excellent atmosphere in which to research, study, think, and create. The university was founded in 1914 through private funding. Thus, the university owes its establishment to the link â€“ which is characteristic for the city of Frankfurt â€“ between dynamic research, the legacy of the Enlightenment, and the conscious commitment of the citizens of Frankfurt to the fundamentals of international trade and industry.
As one of the major institutions of higher education in Germany, the university is committed to providing a wide spectrum of disciplines in research and teaching, to generating outstanding achievements, and to breaking new ground through the targeted utilization of the advantages and synergies of interdisciplinary work in research and teaching. In competition with the best national and international universities, Frankfurt University aims to fulfill its training and educational mandates through performance and open-mindedness. The university supports the practical application of knowledge based upon solid fundamental research.
Department for Archaeology
Archaeology and Culture History of the Near Eastern, Assyriology and Classical Archaeology
Archaeology and History of the Roman Provinces and Auxiliary Science of Archaeology
Prehistory and Early History
In addition it's possible to study in all of the three sections the subject Archaeometry.
Goethe-UniversitÃ¤t Frankfurt am Main
60325 Frankfurt am Main
Tel: +49 (0) 69 798-0
University of Frankfurt:
Institute for Archaeological Science:
Archaeology and History of the Roman Provinces and Auxiliary Science of Archaeology: