Hedvig von Ehrenheim


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Vetenskapliga publikationer


  1. Hedvig von Ehrenheim, The light and the luminaries in Early Commentaries on the Hexaemeron, 1996 (Studia Minora. Europeisk kulturhistoria i ljuset av medeltida latinsk liturgi, ed. G. Iversen, vol. 8), Stockholm 2004 (39s). ISBN 91-85369-07-1
  2. Hedvig von Ehrenheim, Greek incubation rituals in Classical and Hellenistic times, Ph.D. diss. Stockholm 2011 (240s). ISBN 978-91-7447-335-3
  3. Hedvig von Ehrenheim, Greek incubation rituals, Kernos Supplément 29, Liège 2015 (282s). ISBN : 978-2-87562-085-9

Peer-review granskade artiklar och kapitel i peer-review granskade böcker

  1. Hedvig von Ehrenheim,’Identifying incubation areas in pagan and Early Christian times’, Proceedings of the Danish Institute at Athens VI, 2009, 237-276.
  2. Hedvig von Ehrenheim, ’The titulus Lucinae and the saint Lucina’, i San Lorenzo in Lucina. The transformations of a Roman quarter, Series Prima in 4° (ActaRom-4°, 61), ed. O. Brandt, Stockholm 2012, 151-172. ISBN 9789170421792.
  3. Hedvig von Ehrenheim, ‘Talking a walk in the Roman villa garden. Affirming social status and entertaining guests’, Trädgårdshistorisk Bulletin 27, 2014, 20-21.
  4. Hedvig von Ehrenheim, ‘Death and ascent of Hyakinthos in Sparta: ritual mourning and Feasting’, Actes du Colloque international Katábasis, la descente aux Enfers dans la tradition littéraire et religieuse de la Grèce ancienne, à Montréal et Québec 2 - 5 mai 2014, eds. P. Bonnechère & G. Cursaru (Les Études classiques (Namur, Belgique), 83, 2015), 351-364.
  5. Hedvig von Ehrenheim, ‘Pilgrimage for dreams in Late Antiquity and early Byzantium: continuity of the pagan ritual or development within Christian miracle tradition?’ Scandinavian Journal of Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies 2, 2016, 53-95.
  6. Hedvig von Ehrenheim, ‘Causal explanation of disease in the iamata of Epidauros’, Kernos 32, 2019, 101-118.
  7. Hedvig von Ehrenheim, Patrik Klingborg & Axel Frejman, ‘Water at ancient Greek sanctuaries: medium of divine presence or commodity for mortal visitors’, Journal of Archaeology and Ancient History (JAAH), 2019, 1-31.
  8. Hedvig von Ehrenheim & Marina Prusac, ‘Introduction’, i Reading Roman emotions. Visual and textual interpretations (Acta of the Swedish Institutes at Athens and Rome 4o, 64), Stockholm 2020, 9-18.
  9. Hedvig von Ehrenheim, ‘Humour in Roman villa sculpture: laughter for social cohesion’, i Reading Roman emotions. Visual and textual interpretations (Acta of the Swedish Institutes at Athens and Rome 4o, 64), eds. Hedvig von Ehrenheim and Marina Prusac, Stockholm 2020, 69-88.
  10. Hedvig von Ehrenheim, ‘Mirakulösa helanden genom drömmar i antik och tidigkristen tid: likheter och skillnader’, Religion och Bibel LXXVI – LXXVII, 2021, 129-145.
  11. Hedvig von Ehrenheim, ‘Placebo factors at healing sanctuaries in pagan and Early Christian times’, i Healing, belief and placebo: Medical and religious plurality in late antiquity, eds. N. Hallvard Korsvoll & A. Mihálykó Tothne, temanummer Trends in Classics 2021, 95-121.
  12. Hedvig von Ehrenheim, ‘To purify from the head down in Greek ritual norms: mind and body?’, ZPE 223, 2022, 41-48.
  13. Hedvig von Ehrenheim, ‘The function of serving slaves a dinner at ancient Greek festivals’, Ancient Society, 52, 2022, 97-123.
  14. Hedvig von Ehrenheim, ‘From exclusive dream oracles to ubiquitous incubation dreams: a change in the perception of a divine healer?’, in Aspects of Ancient Greek Cult II: Sacred Architecture - Sacred Space - Sacred Objects. An International Colloquium in Honor of Erik Hansen, eds. J. Tae Jensen and G. Hinge. Acta Archaeologica Suppl. 93.1, 2022, Leiden: Brill, 219-233.
  15. Patrik Klingborg Hedvig von Ehrenheim, & Axel Frejman, ‘Ritual usage of water at Greek sanctuaries’, accepted for print, Klio 105(1), 2023, 1-50.

Redaktionsgranskade vetenskapliga artiklar

3.1 Hedvig von Ehrenheim, ’A portrait of the Roman empress Julia Domna’, Medelhavsmuseet. Bulletin 30, 1997, 27-45.

3.2 Hedvig von Ehrenheim, ‘A miniature portrait of a man with a clean-shaven head in the Museum of Mediterranean and Near Eastern Antiquities’, Medelhavsmuseet. Bulletin 31, 1998, 51-73.

3.3 Hedvig von Ehrenheim, ’Kritik av astrologin i tidigkristna Hexaemeron-kommentarer’, Bysantinska Sällskapet. Bulletin 16, 1998, 5-10.

3.4 Hedvig von Ehrenheim, ‘Greek incubation rites from the beginning in Archaic times up until the birth of Christ’, AIACNews. Bollettino quadrimestrale dell'Associazione Internazionale di Archeologia Classica Onlus 6:2, 2010, 7-9.

Antologier / Konferensvolymer

4.1 Hedvig von Ehrenheim and Marina Prusac eds., Reading Roman emotions. Visual and textual interpretations (Acta of the Swedish Institutes at Athens and Rome 4o, 64), Stockholm 2020. ISBN 978-91-7042-186-0

Recensioner i internationella vetenskapliga tidskrifter

5.1 Mary B. HOLLINSHEAD, Shaping Ceremony. Monumental Steps and Greek Architecture, Madison 2015. 1 vol. 20.5x26 cm, 233 p. ISBN : 978-0-299-30110; ISBN : 978-0-299-30113-2 (e-book), för Kernos 29, 2016, 463-465.

5.2 G. RENBERG, Where dreams may come. Incubation sanctuaries in the Greco-Roman world, vols. 1–2 (Religions in the Greco-Roman world 184), Leiden & Boston: Brill 2016, för Opuscula 10, 2017, 193-195. https://doi.org/10.30549/opathrom-10-11

5.3 Camilla Asplund Ingemark and Dominic Ingemark, Representations of Fear. Verbalising Emotion in Ancient Roman Folk Narrative (Folklore Fellows’ Communications, 320), Helsinki: Finnish Academy of Science and Letters, 2020. ISBN 9978-951-41-1156-3, för Clara, 9, 2022. DOI: 



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