Ingeborg Scheibler


Ingeborg Scheibler (born 31 August 1929 in Krefeld) is a German classical archaeologist.

Ingeborg Scheibler was granted her doctorate at the University of Tübingen on 17 April 1956 by Bernhard Schweitzer for her thesis Studien zur Komposition der frühgriechischen Flächenkunst. Die symmetrische Bildform und ihre Geschichte (Studies on the Composition of Early Greek Two-Dimensional Art: Symmetrical motifs and their history). In 1956/7 she received the Reisestipendium des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts. Subsequently, she was active in the Kerameikos excavation. She achieved her habilitation in 1971 at the University of Munich with her work Griechische Lampen (aus dem Kerameikos) (Greek Lamps of the Kerameikos). In Munich she was head conservator at the Museum für Abgüsse Klassischer Bildwerke and taught as a professor extraordinary.

Schiebler deals in particular with Greek pottery and painting, as well as art history. Her monograph, Griechische Töpferkunst (Greek Ceramic Art) is a standard reference work and has also been translated into Italian. As a noted expert on the production of Greek pottery and its economic, technical, and stylistic background, Scheibler was also responsible for a great part of the articles on these themes in Der Neue Pauly and the Lexikon der Alten Welt. She is a corresponding member of the German Archaeological Institute.

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  1. ^ Scheibler, Ingeborg. Die Malerei der Antike und ihre Farben . ISBN 978-3-89739-895-5.







Categories: Classical archaeologists | German archaeologists | German women archaeologists | Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich faculty | Scholars of ancient Greek pottery | 1929 births | Living people | Archaeologists from North Rhine-Westphalia | People from Krefeld




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