Lena Lambers, née Kühne, obtained a degree as certified IT specialist in 2004 and an M.A. degree in Mediterranean and Near Eastern Archaeology in 2010 at LMU University Munich (Germany). In 2007 and 2008 she worked as excavation assistant at the excavation of Pompeiopolis (Taşköprü, Turkey). From 2008 to 2015 she was a member of the archaeological prospection team of the Bavarian State Dept. for Monuments and Sites, conducting fieldwork at sites in Germany, Turkey, Tadzhikistan, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Egypt, Tunisia and Peru. Since 2016 she has been a guest staff member at the Faculty of Archaeology in Leiden (Netherlands) and owner of GAIA Prospection, investigating the potential of magnetometer prospection in the Netherlands. Since 2019 she is working as research associate at the DFG-Projekt "Charax Spasinou: Research on the capital of Mesene, a center of ancient trade" at the University of Konstanz for the interpretation of the geophysical prospection results.
- Lambers L., Faßbinder
J.W.E, Campbell S. & Hauser S., Ancient Charax Spasinou (Iraq) –
Interpreting a multi-phase city. In: Bonsall J. (Ed.) New global perspectives
on archaeological prospection. (Archaeopress 2019). 201-205.
- Ritter S., Ben Tahar S.,
Fassbinder J.W.E. & Lambers L.S.L. (2018), Landscape archaeology and
urbanism at Meninx: results of geophysical prospection on Jerba (2015), Journal
of Roman Archaeology 31 (2018).
- Lambers L., Römische Gutshöfe im heute
bayerischen Teil Noricums, in: ArchaeoPlus 2016 (Salzburg 2018).
- Lambers L., Fassbinder J.W.E., Lambers K. and Bourgeois Q., The iron-age burial mounds of
Epe-Niersen, the Netherlands: results from magnetometry in the range of ±1.0
nT, in: Proc. 12th International Conference on Archaeological Prospection
- Lambers L., Fassbinder J.W.E., Ritter S., Ben Tahar S., Meninx – Geophysical prospection of a
Roman town in Jerba, Tunisia, in: Proc. 12th International Conference on
Archaeological Prospection (Archaeopress 2017).
- Fassbinder J.W.E., Kühne L., Flossmann M., The Hellenistic settlement of Tuna el-Gebel (Egypt),
Archaeologia Polona 53, 2015, 276–280.