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Dr Rüdiger Kelm
He was employed in Historisches Bremerhaven (1995 – 1997) and as Project Leader for the Archaeological-Ecological Centre Albersdorf (since 1997) and – since 2007 – as the Director of the Archaeological-Ecological Museum Albersdorf.
Archaeology in the City of Bremerhaven (1988 – 1997); Mölleholmen – a late Viking Age island in Southern Scania, Sweden (1992 – 1994); Bremen-Rekum – a Roman Iron Age settlement in Bremen, Northern Germany (since 1996); Albersdorf – the reconstruction of a neolithic cultural landscape in Northern Germany (since 1997); Leading Partner in the European Project “Pathways to Cultural Landscapes” (2001 – 2003); Building up of a new permanent about “Man and in Prehistory” for the Archaeological-Ecological Museum Albersdorf.
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