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Book Review: Experimentelle Archäologie in Europa. Bilanz 2014

Christian Horn (DE)
Volume number 13 of the periodical Experimentelle Archäologie in Europa. Bilanz contains 215 pages with 18 different articles on a wide variety of subjects. The contributions are presented in four sections: Experiment and Test, Reconstruction Archaeology, Theory and Emanation’, and Short reports and Annual reports.

Experimental Archaeology Conference 9

Katy Whitaker (UK)
The ninth Experimental Archaeology Conference was held over 16-18 January 2015 at University College Dublin (Ireland). A large gathering of nearly 200 delegates from more than 25 countries across the EU and the Americas was hosted by UCD School of Archaeology and the Irish National Heritage Park. Twenty papers and 26 posters were presented...

Living History, Open Air Museums and the Public

Organised by: 
Helga Rösel-Mautendorfer (Mitterkirchen, AT)
Jutta Leskovar (Linz, AT)
Romana Scandolari (Molina di Ledro, IT)
Ida Demant (Lejre, DK)
Event date: 
Wednesday, 2 September, 2015 to Saturday, 5 September, 2015
Kind of Event: 
for Professionals

Muzeum Wsi Mazowieckiej (PL)

The etnographic open air museum shows some reconstructed buildings from the medieval times onwards.

PTTK Regional Museum in Dobczyce (PL)

The castle, which dates back to XIII cent. AD and six wooden buildings of the newer era, are the buildings accross which the museum exhibition is hosted.

Vänö Chapel (FI)

The chapel is the reconstruction of an original of the XVII century and is currently open for service during summer.

Museum of Icelandic Sorcery (IS)

The sorcerer's cottage, a traditional turf building, was reconstructed to show how a poor tenant's abode was in the XVII cent. AD.

Zum Schutz von Kulturgütern aus archäologischer Sicht

SZEMETNY, H. D., "Zum Schutz von Kulturgütern aus archäologischer Sicht", Kulturparks - Tagungen 2000, St. Pölten, Amt der NÖ Landesregierung, Abt. Landesamtsdirektion/Europareferat, pp. 87-96, 2000.


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