Dr. Bernhard Fritsch



(E-I) Spaces of Motion Topoi 1 (Doctoral Fellow)


(D-5-6) Ancient Sundials (Research Project: Associated Member)
Bundler Tools Topoi 1 (Additional Project: Responsible Person)
Spoliierung und Transposition Topoi 1 (Research Project: Doctoral Fellow)


Bernhard Fritsch was in charge of database projects for the research platform Edition Topoi, and worked on digital acquisition, documenting, long-term archiving, and the open availability of material objects.

Publications in Topoi

Book 2018
Bernhard Fritsch, Die Dekonstruktion antiker Räume und die Spolienverwertung beim Neubau von St. Peter in Rom, Berlin: Edition Topoi, 2018
Incollection 2017
Bernhard Fritsch, "The Ancient Monuments of Rome and Their Use as Suppliers of Remnants for the Construction of New St. Peter’s Basilica: Building Activity in Rome during the Renaissance", in: Stefan Altekamp, Carmen Marcks-Jacobs and Peter Seiler (Eds.), Perspektiven der Spolienforschung 2. Zentren und Konjunkturen der Spoliierung, Berlin: Edition Topoi, 2017, 335–356
Article 2017
Wolfgang Filser, Bernhard Fritsch, Will M. Kennedy, Christoph Klose and Rosaria Perrella, "Surrounded by the sea: re-investigating the villa maritima del Capo di Sorrento. Interim report", in: Journal of Roman Archaeology, 30 (2017), 64–95
Inproceedings 2015
Undine Lieberwirth, Bernhard Fritsch, Markus Metz, Markus Neteler and Kerstin Kühnle, "Applying Low Budget Equipment and Open Source Software for High Resolution Documentation of Archaeological Stratigraphy and Features", in: Arianna Traviglia (Ed.), Across Space and Time. Papers from the 41st Conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology. Perth, 25–28 March 2013, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2015, 104–119
Article 2013
Elisabeth Rinner, Bernhard Fritsch and Gerd Graßhoff, "Die unvollendete Sonnenuhr von der Agora der Italiker auf Delos", in: eTopoi. Journal for Ancient Studies, Volume 2 (2012/2013) (2013), 111–130
Article 2013
Bernhard Fritsch, Elisabeth Rinner and Gerd Graßhoff, "3D Models of Ancient Sundials: A Comparison", in: International Journal of Heritage in the Digital Era, Volume 2, Nr 3 (2013), 361–373