Andrei ASĂNDULESEI

Andrei ASĂNDULESEI

CS III

Andrei Asăndulesei’s main research interest is prehistoric archaeology, with special focus on interdisciplinary investigations of prehistoric sites. He has been involved as member in several ethnoarchaeological or interdisciplinary-archaeological research projects, having as main tasks GIS spatial analyses and non-destructive prospecting. In 2014–2017 he coordinated a research project aimed at elaborating and applying a model of non-intrusive research in prehistoric sites from the region of Moldavia.

 

Field: Archaeology

Research interests: Prehistoric archaeology, archaeometry, non-invasive archaeology.

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Andrei Asăndulesei’s main research interest is prehistoric archaeology, with special focus on interdisciplinary investigations of prehistoric sites.

He has been involved as member in several ethnoarchaeological or interdisciplinary-archaeological research projects, having as main tasks GIS spatial analyses and non-destructive prospecting.

Between 2014 and 2017 he coordinated a research project aimed at elaborating and applying a model of non-intrusive research in prehistoric sites from the region of Moldavia — Non-destructive approaches to complex archaeological sites. An integrated applied research model for cultural heritage management – PROSPECT.

 

List of selected publications by Andrei Asăndulesei
  • Andrei Asăndulesei, Tencariu Felix A., Nicu Ionuț C. 2020 – Pars pro toto — Remote Sensing Data for the Reconstruction of a Rounded Chalcolithic Site from NE Romania: The Case of Ripiceni–Holm Settlement (Cucuteni Culture), Remote Sensing 12, 5, 887, Web of Science, IF: 4.118; DOI: https://doi.org/10.3390/rs12050887
  • Lucrețiu Mihailescu-Birliba, Andrei Asăndulesei 2019 – Roman Army and Salt Exploitation in Dacia, Journal of Ancient History and Archaeology, 6/3, 27-48;
  • Nicu Ionu Cristi, Andrei Asăndulesei 2018 – GIS-based evaluation of diagnostic areas in landslide susceptibility analysis of Bahluiet River Basin (Moldavian Plateau, NE Romania). Are Neolithic sites in danger? Geomorphology, 314, 27-41;
  • Andrei Asăndulesei 2017 – Inside a Cucuteni Settlement: Remote Sensing Techniques for Documenting an Unexplored Eneolithic Site from North- Eastern Romania, Remote sensing, Special Issue: Archaeological Prospecting and Remote Sensing, 9, 41; DOI: https://doi.org/10.3390/rs9010041
  • Andrei Asăndulesei 2015 – Geomagnetic prospecting on Chalcolithic sites in north-eastern Romania: some considerations regarding intra-site spatial organisation, Archaeologia Polona, Special theme: Archaeological Prospection, 53,189-194;
  • Andrei Asăndulesei, Ionuț C. Nicu, Radu Balaur, Ștefan Caliniuc, Mihaela Asăndulesei, Vasile Cotiugă 2015 – Integrated prospection methods for documenting threatened prehistoric archaeological sites from north-eastern Romania, Archaeologia Polona, Special theme: Archaeological Prospection, 53:425-430;
  • Andrei Asăndulesei 2014 – Oblique Air Photography for Chalcolithic Sites from Eastern Romania. Analysis and Interpretation. Some Examples, Studia Antiqua et Archaeologica XX, p. 69-89;
  • Alin Mihu-Pintilie, Andrei Asăndulesei, Ionut Cristi Nicu, Cristian Constantin Stoleriu, Gheorghe Romanescu 2016 – Using GPR for assessing the volume of sediments from the largest natural dam lake of the Eastern Carpathians: Cuejdel Lake, Romania, Environmental Earth Sciences, 75, 710, Web of Science, IF: 1.871;
  • Gheorghe Romanescu, Vasile Cotiugă, Andrei Asăndulesei, Cristian Constantin Stoleriu 2012 – Use of the 3-D scanner in mapping and monitoring the dynamic degradation of soils: case study of the Cucuteni-Baiceni Gully on the Moldavian Plateau (Romania), Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 16, 953–966, Web of Science, IF: 4.936;
  • Andrei Asăndulesei, Marius-Tiberiu Alexianu, Roxana-Gabriela Curcă, Ștefan Caliniuc, Mihaela Asăndulesei 2014 – Settling Selection Patterns in the Subcarpathian Areas of Romania. Salt Resources as a Determining Factor for Prehistoric Occupation, 14th SGEM Geoconference on Informatics, Geoinformatics and Remote Sensing, 3/2, 829-839;
  • Felix-Adrian Tencariu, Andrei Asăndulesei 2019 – ‘Rock Salt Around the Clock’. Ethnoarchaeological research concerning extraction of salt for animal needs by the shepherds, Studia Antiqua et Archaeologica, 25(2): 497-507;
  • Felix-Adrian Tencariu, Andrei Asăndulesei 2019 – Recent Addenda to the Mapping and Ethnoarchaeological Research of the Brine Springs from Bistrița-Năsăud County, Arheologia Moldovei, XLII: 285-300;
  • Felix-Adrian Tencariu, Diana-Măriuca Vornicu, Andrei Asăndulesei, Loredana Solcan, George Bodi, Casandra Brașoveanu 2017 – Investigating a Chalcolithic dwelling at Isaiia, Iași County, Romania, Studia Antiqua et Archaeologica, 23(2): 187–211 (indexată Scopus, EBSCO, CEEOL, DOAJ, ERIH-PLUS);
  • Alin Mihu-Pintilie, Andrei Asăndulesei, Cristian Constantin Stoleriu, Gheorghe Romanescu 2016 – GIS methods for assessment of hydrogeomorphic risk and anthropogenic impact which affect the archaeological sites. Case study: Dealul Mare archaeological site, Moldavian Plateau (Romania), Acta Geobalcanica, 2, 1, 35-43, DOI: https://doi.org/10.18509/AGB.2016.04;
  • Andrei Asăndulesei, Felix-Adrian Tencariu, Radu Balaur, Mihaela Asăndulesei 2019 – Back to the roots. Remote sensing techniques for rediscovering the Chalcolithic eponymous settlement of Cucuteni culture, Romania, in: New Global Perspectives on Archaeological Prospection. 13th International Conference on Archaeological Prospection 28 August – 1 September 2019, Sligo, Ireland (ed. James Bonsall): 125-128, Archaeopress Publishing, Oxford;
  • Andrei Asăndulesei, Felix-Adrian Tencariu, Mihaela Asăndulesei, Radu Balaur 2017 – Settling selection patterns and settlement layout development in the Chalcolithic Cucuteni culture of northeastern Romania. Interpretation and presentation of prospection results, in: Proceedings of the 12th International Conference of Archaeological Prospection, 12th-16th September 2017, The University of Bradford (eds. B. Jennings, C. Gaffney, T. Sparrow, S. Gaffney), Oxford, Archaeopress: 8-10;
  • Brigand Robin, Weller Olivier, Tencariu Felix-Adrian, Alexianu Marius, Asăndulesei Andrei 2018 – Ovine pastoralism and mobility systems in Romania: An ethnoarchaeological approach, in Historical Archaeologies of Transhumance across Europe, (eds. Costello, E., Svensson, E.), Taylor and Francis, 245-263, DOI: https://doi.org/10.4324/9781351213394;
  • Diana-Măriuca Vornicu, George Bodi, Andrei Asăndulesei, Felix-Adrian Tencariu 2018 – Recent Investigations in the Chalcolithic Settlement of Războieni – Dealul Boghiu, in Materiality and Identity in Pre- And Protohistoric Europe. Homage to Cornelia-Magda Lazarovici, (Eds. Senica Țurcanu, Constantin-Emil Ursu), Editura Karl A. Romstorfer, Suceava, 367-395;
  • Jörg W.E. Fassbinder, Andrei Asăndulesei, Marion Scheiblecker 2018 – The Dinka Settlement Complex 2017: The Final Season at Gird-i Bazar and First Work in the Lower Town, in Peshdar Plain Project Publications 3, (eds. Karen Radner, Janoscha Kreppner, Andrea Squitieri), Gladbeck: PeWe-Verlag, 20-30, DOI: https://doi.org/10.5282/ubm/epub.57255;
  • Marius Alexianu, Felix-Adrian Tencariu, Andrei Asăndulesei, Olivier Weller, Robin Brigand, Ion Sandu, Gheorghe Romanescu, Roxana-Gabriela Curcă, Ștefan Caliniuc, Mihaela Asăndulesei 2015 – The Salt from the Alghianu Beck (Vrancea County, Romania): A Multifaceted Ethnoarchaeological Approach, in: R. Brigand and O. Weller (eds.), Archaeology of salt: approaching an invisible past, Leiden, Sidestone;