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Introduction of the European project “Delphi – house of questions” at the 8th EXARC Meeting, Biskupin (PL)

The three Delphi partners were handed over a sign, making their museums more visible to the public. This event took place during the 8th EXARC meeting in Biskupin, Poland. Besides that, the partners informed EXARC on the ideas and the progress of Delphi, especially concerning the new website. All EXARC members were asked to collect their FAQ, to see...

EuroREA 1, presented at 8th EXARC meeting

Since 2000, the Czech Society for Experimental Archaeology (SEA), member of EXARC, publishes a yearbook on (re)construction and experiment in archaeology. The Czech book became more known abroad but the information was mostly inaccessible – even though articles were summarised in 3 languages and published on the Internet...

8th EXARC meeting

November 12th - 14th, 2004
EXARC joined for its 8th meeting with over 40 participants from 10 countries in November 2004 at the Archaeological Museum Biskupin in Poland. This meeting was meant as a work session on the INTERREG propositions of which more information under "EU projects - liveARCH"...

EXARC decides to make shields

In order to increase the visibility of its members, EXARC decided to make shields. Each member gets one to hang near their entrance, stating they are member of EXARC, the leading European network of archaeological open-air museums. The shields were given to new members well into 2006 when the membership increased to over 50 members. The shields are in black and white...

Start of the European project “Delphi – house of questions” in European archaeological open-air museums (EXARC)

by G. Schöbel/R. Paardekooper
At the archaeological Theme Park Archeon (NL) in Alphen, on June 30th 2004 a new European project with participation of the archaeological open-air museums Archeon (NL), Araisi Lake Fortress (LV) and the Pfahlbaumuseum Unteruhldingen (DE) am Bodensee could start off...

Conception of a plan for EXARC's future at the 7th EXARC Meeting, Barcelona (SE)

March, 19th - 21st, 2004 7th EXARC meeting was organised by UAB - Dept. d'Antropologia i Prehistòria Facultat de Lletres. When meeting at the Barcelona Universities, in Spring 2004, the members present decided it was time to move EXARC to a higher plan and speed up its development...

1st EU Project introduced at the 6th EXARC Meeting

October 13th - 15th, 2003
At our 6th EXARC meeting in Autumn 2003 in Százhalombatta, Hungary information was shared between the members on the EU. Besides the meeting for members, about 7 presentations were given on ongoing or future projects in experimental archaeology and reconstruction. We are clear in what we want, we only need to cast it in a form. We were informed about CULTURE 2000 possibilities...

Tomas Johansson

At the end of the Summer of 2003, tragic news reached us that co-founder and first president of EXARC, Tomas Johansson, died. May EXARC live up to the visions of one of its founding fathers, to its first acting president. We will remember Tomas on the 6th EXARC Conference, in October in Hungary. My dear EXARC friends, dear colleagues and affiliates to EXARC, It has never been this difficult to approach all of you and fulfil my task as secretary of EXARC. In this summer, this warm I have never experienced, there is news I should share with you which freezes my heart...

Lejre – official founding

March 14th - 16th, 2003, the members of EXARC convened in Lejre, Denmark. This Lejre meeting (5th EXARC meeting) formed a challenge because of the attempts to produce food for thought on content. Results are published on this website as well as in our magazine EuroREA. Besides of the content, presented both formally in lectures as informally during the tours, diners and the after program, we had an official session of the EXARC members...

2nd website

With the website maintenance moving to the Netherlands (where the secretariat is situated), the website was completely redesigned. The whole site is in English, except for the homepage, where we have translations of EXARC description into 20 languages. We used Flash Animation for the menus...

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