Nok Team


The Nok team is composed on one hand of project managers, research assistants, postgraduates, final year-students and undergraduates. Also experts, e. g. for geomagnetics (Eyub Eyub M. A., Goethe-University), aerial images (Philip Serba M. A.), filming (Oliver Becker), metallurgy in Africa (Dr. Caroline Robion-Brunner, Toulouse), micromorphology (Dr. Dagmar Fritzsch, Dr. Carlo Dietl, Dr. Astrid Röpfe, Goethe-University) or geoscientists (Prof. Dr. Thiemeyer, Prof. Dr. Wunderlich, Dip. Geogr. Hans-Michael Peiter, Goethe-University). On the other hand students from Nigeria, postgraduates or representatives of the National Commission of Monuments and Museums are assisting with the fieldwork. During the excavation up to 30 people are staying in the camp.

Prof. Dr. Peter Breunig
Archaeology
Prof. Dr. K. Neumann
Archaeobotany
Dr. Alexa Höhn
Archaeobotany
Dr. Nicole Rupp
Archaeology
Christina Beck PhD candidate
X-Ray analysis on terracotta objects
 
Klaus-Peter Nagel
PhD candidate
X-Ray analysis of sediments
Gabriele Franke
PhD candidate
Pottery analysis
Tanja Männel
PhD candidate
Stylistic analyis of terracotta sculptures
Eyub F. Eyub
Geophysical prospection
Boris Klöber
Archaeology
   
Thomas Preuss
Excavation technician

Annika Schmidt
Student
Johannes Behringer
Student
   
 
Assistance
   

Barbara Voss
Graphics & Photography

Jennifer Markwirth
Technical assistant
     
 
National Commission for Museums and Monuments
Dr. Musa Hambolu
Director of Research
Mang Gang Chai
former curator Nok
Segun Adebayo
Geophysical prospection
Anna
Archaeology
Ayo
Archaeology
Aliyu
Archaeology
Ortyom Neer
Archaeology
Victor Sako
Documentation
Fatima Nijimi
Archäobotanik
Promise
Archaeology

Traditional rulers
Chief Kagoro King of Kagarko His Royal Highness, the Kpopham from Kwoi
District Head Janjala
 
Guides
Umaru Kishimi Guideon Buba Halidu
 
Nok Research Station
Gabriel
Construction works
Magaji
Security
Sunday
Cook
Grace
Cleaner
Bolus
Gardener
Mohammed Haruna Ladish Abubakar Ali
 
Excavation team