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  • Adam of Macedonia

    on Dec 6, 12 • in Anthropology, Archaeology, Art, Articles, Book, Cultural heritage, Exhibition, Neolithic, News, Republic of Macedonia • with Comments Off on Adam of Macedonia

    Exhibition Title: Adam of Macedonia Date: 11.12. 2012 Time: 20:00 Place: City museum of Skopje On December 11, 2012, starting at 8:00 pm, the Skopje City Museum will host two events associated with the Neolithic site Govrlevo near Skopje. The permanent archaeological exhibit of the Skopje city museum will be augmented by the addition of “Adam of Govrlevo” – a Neolithic figurine, consisting of a male ceramic torso, discovered in the year 2000. In addition, the Museum will present the monograph “Cerje-Govrlevo, Milos Bilbija”, dedicated to the archaeologist who discovered and evaluated the site of

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  • HAEMUS loves Wikipedia

    on Dec 5, 12 • in Cultural heritage, Internet, Our Activity, Republic of Macedonia • with Comments Off on HAEMUS loves Wikipedia

    HAEMUS is frequently collaborating with Wikimedia Macedonia in order to improve the contents of the Wikipedia in Macedonian language. HAEMUS recognizes that Wikipedia is a frequently-used source of information; therefore, our collaborators tend to ensure that all topics concerning the history, archaeology and cultural heritage of Macedonia are adequately reflected in the pages of this digital reference database, but also that they are well-written, professionally accurate, informative and accessible. Wiki marathon 14.03.2012 HAEMUS helps recruit Wikipedia volunteers, mainly students of history, archaeology and classical philology; after attending instructional classes on working with Mediawiki, organized by the Metamorphosis Foundation

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  • Haemus – an e-journal for the history and archaeology of the Balkan peninsula

    on Dec 3, 12 • in Cultural heritage, Our Activity, Republic of Macedonia • with No Comments

    Dear colleagues, contributors and scholars, We are pleased to announce the establishment of HAEMUS, a new academic e-journal devoted to the history and archaeology of the Balkan Peninsula. On this site, you will find details about our aims, our activities and our forthcoming publications. We hope that the different profiles of the contributors, as well as the articles dealing with a va­riety of topics and aspects, will help accredit HAEMUS as a stable, peer-reviewed journal of quality that can serve as a source of knowledge on the Balkan Peninsula through the ages. By adopting a

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  • Exhibition: Archaeology in progress

    on Dec 3, 12 • in News, Republic of Macedonia • with Comments Off on Exhibition: Archaeology in progress

    The “Arheologika” association – supported by the Macedonian Ministry of Culture and the Vinica City Museum – announces an exhibition of photographs of current archaeological works, titled “Archaeology in progress”. The exhibition consists of 30 photographs taken during archaeological research on domestic and foreign excavation sites. “Arheologika” aims to promote the process of archaeological research to a wider audience – one might say, just on time, as the profession experiences a certain process of vulgarisation of serious archaeological work and is in danger of being identified only through elements of pop culture. The visitors will

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  • E-Society 2012 (photo set)

    on Dec 2, 12 • in Our Activity, Republic of Macedonia • with Comments Off on E-Society 2012 (photo set)

    Vasilka Dimitrovska, co-founder and CEO of Haemus took part in the 8th International Conference e-Society.Mk on the topic: “Open Education for an open society – let’s share the knowledge!”. The photos are courtesy of Vanco Dzambaski

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  • Upcoming book by HAEMUS about stone industry at Rug Bair

    on Nov 28, 12 • in Book, Neolithic, Our Activity, Republic of Macedonia • with Comments Off on Upcoming book by HAEMUS about stone industry at Rug Bair

    Forthcoming The chipped and ground stone industry from the neolithic site of Rug Bair at Gorubinci, in a wider regional context “This book covers the unpublished stone artifacts from 1970s, taken from a trench from the excavation at Rug Bair, and today housed in the Museum and Institute for protection of Stip, Macedonia. Through the stone material, an attempt was made a more comprehensive picture of the raw material, technical and typological characteristics of the Neolithic stone industry at this site to be gained as well as its relationship with related simultaneously industries. All stone

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