Archaeologist. Researcher on cultural history.
* January 26, 1943 in Berlin.
Father: Lambert Schneider, publisher. *April 18th, 1900 in Cologne; †May 26th, 1970 in Heidelberg.
Mother: Marion Schneider, née Schleuning. * June 23rd, 1903 in Berlin; † June 1, 2000 in Hamburg.
Maternal grandfather: Wilhelm Schleuning, Architect and archaeologist; Constructor; Inventor. *Oct. 7, 1857; †Sep 6, 1914.
|1943-1961||Born in Berlin. Grew up in Heidelberg. Mediated by the American victorious powers, the family resides in one of the most beautiful houses in Heidelberg on the north bank of the Neckar until 1951.
From early childhood, in the years 1951/66, travelled with his parents and sometimes friends to southern Europe: to Austria, France, Spain, Italy and Greece.
|1961||Graduate from high school Kurfürst-Friedrich-Gymnasium, Heidelberg.|
|1961-1968||Study of Classical Archaeology, Ancient History, Byzantine Culture and the History of Art at the universities of:
|1968-1969||Researcher and teacher assistant at the Archaeological Institute of Bochum University.|
|1969-1970||Research travels through the USSR, granted by Deutsche Forschungs-Gemeinschaft (DFG).
Scholarship of Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) for further research on the subject of the Ph.D.-thesis and for publishing this work.
|1970-1981||Married to Ursula Schneider, née Abel.|
|1971||Birth of his son Lambert Richard Schneider.|
|Since 1979||Co-founder and editor of the journal “Hephaistos” (with B. Fehr, K.-H. Meyer, and H.-J. Schalles).|
|1979-1982||Life partner: Waltraud Helm (* January 26th, 1940; † April 9th, 1982; Teacher at Friedrich Robbe Institute – Rudolf Steiner School of Remedial Education).|
|1981||Habilitation with the study: Die Domäne als Weltbild. Wirkungsstrukturen der spätantiken Bildersprache.
Since then assistant professor at Hamburg University.
|Since 1983||Living together with Monika Debes and her daughter Elisabeth Engel.
With P. Zazoff, in charge of the scientific cooperation and the exchange of teachers and students of the universities of Sofia (Bulgaria) and Hamburg.
|Since 1986||Research project on the iconology of Thracian and Scythian imagery, financed by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG). Travels to the former USSR (Russia; Ukraine; Georgia; Armenia; Uzbekistan; Tajikistan; Kazakhstan), to Bulgaria and Romania (together with P. Zazoff). University excursions with students to Russia and Romania.|
Professor at the Archaeological Institute of Hamburg University; and also in charge of the cast collection of ancient sculpture at Hamburg University, Department of Classical Archaeology.
|Since 1990||Married to Monika Debes-Schneider.|
|1992-1993||Guest professor at Freie Universität Berlin (FU), department of Classical Archaeology (deputy for A. Borbein). Winter term 1992/93 and Summer term 1993.|
|Since 1994||Correspondent fellow of German Archaeological Institute (Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, DAI).|
|Since 1995||Topographical studies in Greece. Author of scientific art travel guides for DuMont-Verlag: Greek Mainland (together with Christoph Höcker); Crete; Peloponnese. See list of publications.|
|1996||Scholarship holder at the J.P. Getty Resarch Center for the History of Art and the Humanities at Santa Monica, CA. Research project: Greek inspired architecture in 19th century America.|
|1997-1999||Research projet on the interrelations between Greek and Thracian culture from 6th to 4th century B.C. Together with P. Zazoff (financed by Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft DFG).|
|1997-2008||Professor at Hamburg University, department of Classical Archaeology (Cultural History of the Ancient Mediterranean).|
|2008-2009||Full teaching program at Hamburg University.|
|2010 till today||
Lambert Schneider – in Wikipedia: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lambert_Schneider_(Arch%C3%A4ologe)
Lambert Schneider – in University Hamburg, Archaeological Institute: https://www.kulturwissenschaften.uni-hamburg.de/ka/personen/schneider.html