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Stone Age Park as partner of the National Park Wadden Sea

Since January 2015 the Archaeological-Ecological Centre Albersdorf (AÖZA) is an official partner of the German National Park Wadden Sea, which is recognized by the UNESCO as World Heritage since 2009.

Project "Mesolithic Living" in the Stone Age Park Dithmarschen in Albersdorf

In summer 2015 the Stone Age Park Dithmarschen in Albersdorf (Germany) organized for the first time a Stone Age Living Project in the area of the 2014 newly built "Mesolithic Settlement" site, in the form of both an educational programme and as an experiment.

Exeter Dialogue With Science Roadshow: Exeter Participation in the Mesolithic Living Project

Exeter Participation in the Mesolithic Living Project: During my 10 day stint at the Living Mesolithic Project at Albersdorf I had the chance to experience first-hand the day-to-day life-ways of an inhabitant of an early hunter-gatherer “village”.

Exeter Dialogue With Science Roadshow : Ancient Technology Centre

The Ancient Technologies Centre located in Cranborne, Dorset in the United Kingdom was the 5th venue for the Exeter University Dialogue with Science road show.

Iberian Land Festival 2015: Annibal ad Portas

Terra Ibèrica (Iberian Land) is the biggest event of the year happening at La Ciutadella Ibèrica of Calafell and its main objective is to disseminate the world of the Iberians to a wide range of publics.

Exeter Dialogue With Science Roadshow: Hamburg Student Week at AOEZA

The fourth stop for the Dialogue with Science was the Experimental Activity week held at the Steinzeitpark Dithmarschen in Albersdorf, Germany.

Mobility and Transport in the Neolithic - Experimental Activity week in the Stone Age Park in Albersdorf

During the summer 2015 ca. 35 students from the Archaeological Institute of the University of Hamburg participated in the "Practical Archaeological Week" at the Stone Age Park Dithmarschen in Albersdorf.

Dialouge with Science Roadshow: Sagnlandet Lejre

The Athra Gathering held at Sanglandet Lejre: Land of Legends in Denmark was the third stop for Exeter’s Dialogue with Science road show.

Experimental Action: Rush Cutting with Linda Lemieux

On the seventh of July University of Exeter Team members met up with local expert basket maker Linda Lemieux to harvest Bullrush (Scirpus or Schoenoplectus lacustri.) at her rush bed on the Somerset Levels.

Article: Profiling an era. – the concept of empathic archaeology

To come straight to the point: anyone who thinks that multi-coloured history posters in schools are passé or ‘retro’, is mistaken. These posters are still the best way to create an image of the past. Since the golden age of historical painting and school history posters (1850-1950), historical art has changed a lot...