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***Volume number 14 of the periodical “Experimentelle Archäologie in Europa: Bilanz 2015” represents the proceedings of the 11th meeting of EXAR held in cooperation with the Labor für Experimentelle Archäologie (LEA), a branch of the Römisch-Germanischen-Zentralmuseums in Mainz (RGZM)...
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***Experimentelle Archäologie in Europa. Bilanz 2013 published by Gunter Schöbel and the European Association of Archaeology by Experiment e.V. is the product of the experimental archaeology conference AEAS/GAES, held between the 4th - 7th October 2012, Switzerland...
Flamingo tongue, camel’s heel or fried dormice are widespread clichés of Roman cuisine. Liquamen, the spicy sauce made from fermented fish, has also long been falsely interpreted.
The Roman Festival is in preparation! Visitors can look forward to two weekends of authentically re-enacted ancient Roman civil and military life in the Roman City Quarter and the Military City’s Amphitheatre on 9/10/16/17 June.
The MAMUZ castle Asparn / Zaya is dedicated this weekend to the Middle Ages. Guests of the MAMUZ have the opportunity to expand their knowledge of the Middle Ages in our region and at the same time immerse themselves in medieval crafts and stories.
Fire was a valuable element at all times. The "Night of the Celtic Fire" on 13th October in the Urgeschichtmuseum MAMUZ is an evening where visitors enter the legendary world of the Celts.
MAMUZ Asparn / Zaya, with its unique flair in archaeological open-air landscapes, sets the time back to Celtic times. At the Keltenfest on 26th and 27th May, the 2,500 years almost disappear: the fireplaces are burning, bows are built, leather skins are made and Belts are forged. They had the best iron, so said the Romans, the enemies of the Celts.