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Dymarki Centre of Experimental Archaeology (PL)
Since 1967, in the Góry Swiętokrzyskie (Holy Cross Mountains) in the in Nowa Słupia district near Kielce, the famous Dymarki Archaeological Festival takes place. This area is well known as a hugeproduction site, dating back to the and excavated by archaeologists Radwan & Bielenin.
There will be 11 reconstructed houses of the Przeworsk culture, a "Roman zone" with a rampart of timber and turf (representing a fragment of the "Limes"). Added to the rampart will be a watchtower (according to objects known from Vechten and Lorch), a Roman camp and of course some reconstructions of slag-pit furnace clusters with the fragment of the mined ore and places for roasting the ore and pits.
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