From the 24th to the 26th of May 2019, for the first time a blacksmith's meeting takes place at the Federseemuseum Bad Buchau in Southern Germany, which celebrates its 100th anniversary this year.
Matching to the topic of the lecture of our club member Dr. Ulrich Karl on the color production in antiquity, already on 27.03.2019, we dedicate ourselves in this year's opening event at the Roman Vicus in Eisenberg the topic in the practice. Let yourself be introduced to the world of colors, which also prove the prosperity of the Romans in Eisenberg.
The Bronze Age open-air museum invites you to the "Day of Crafting". Many artisans give insights into their professional skills and also offer their goods for sale. Some of the experts show their crafts and sometimes offer opportunities for participation. The extensive grounds of the open-air museum are also available for a relaxed stroll.
One of the most interesting stages in the history of Świętokrzyskie region was the existence of the largest ancient district of iron metallurgy in central-eastern Europe, on the territory of 800 sq. km.
Course objective: Extraction of iron from iron ore.
No experience in tablet weaving yet? With this course we create the basis for understanding tablet weaving. With an understanding of the structure of a board tape, patterns can then be easily woven - with or without a pattern font. This makes it possible to freely weave your own patterns without sample fonts.
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.
Join us for the finale of our Summer of Science & Sorcery as we celebrate all things beer, bread and bees! Try homebrewed nettle beer, grinding wheat for flour, learn about early wheats, taste local honey mead, bake bread in our oven and over the fire, watch a beekeeping demonstration and try local beers.
Saturday & Sunday 10am - 4pm
Prices: Adults £5.00, Children £2.50, Under 4's free - Tickets available on the gate on the day.
The basin of the Kamienna river has imposed direction of settlement development for thousands of years. The traces of human activity from 10 thousands years ago remained here. The area connected with the settlements from the late stage of the Stone Age received the status of the "Rydno" archaeological reserve.