Posts Tagged ‘history’

  • EAA 2017 Call for Papers: HAEMUS and Novitas Heritage hosting how Living History can help to interpret Archaeological Heritage

    on Feb 16, 17 • in Archaeology, Conference, History, News, Our Activity, Republic of Macedonia, Roman period • with Comments Off on EAA 2017 Call for Papers: HAEMUS and Novitas Heritage hosting how Living History can help to interpret Archaeological Heritage

    EAA 2017, Maastricht, NL Call for Papers Using Live Interpretation, Living History / Re-enactment and Museum Theatre to interpret Archaeological Heritage   Session: #330 Theme: Interpreting the archaeological record Session format: Discussion session: session with pre-circulated papers Title: Using Live Interpretation, Living History / Re-enactment and Museum Theatre to interpret Archaeological Heritage. Content: Heritage Sites use a number of tools to interpret their stories for the public. Live interpretation, also called costumed interpretation, uses live actors who portray the role of a historical persona. These characters tell the story more effectively than a static display, but also

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  • Call for papers – HAEMUS Journal Vol.3 (2017)

    on Nov 29, 16 • in Archaeology, Book, Culture, History, News, Our Activity • with Comments Off on Call for papers – HAEMUS Journal Vol.3 (2017)

    Call for papers – HAEMUS Journal Vol. 3 (2017) Dear colleagues, We are pleased to announce a call for papers for the next issue of HAEMUS Journal, an electronic journal devoted to the history and archaeology of the Balkan Peninsula. HAEMUS Journal welcomes research and review articles on all aspects of the history and archaeology of the Balkan Peninsula, from prehistory to modern times, including all interdisciplinary studies and studies of classical and modern scholarship within the scope of the Journal. All submissions should be based on original research or new interpretations, and should reflect the

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  • SCVPINI ROMANI – Upcoming International Festival of Ancient Roman Culture by HAEMUS

    on Sep 18, 16 • in Antiquty, Archaeology, Art, Cuisine, Cultural heritage, Culture, Education, Exhibition, History, News, Our Activity, Republic of Macedonia, Roman period, Serbia, Technology, Tourism • with Comments Off on SCVPINI ROMANI – Upcoming International Festival of Ancient Roman Culture by HAEMUS

    Event date: Sunday, 06 November, 2016 Location: Oreov Lad complex, Skopje Organised by: HAEMUS – center for scientific research and the promotion of culture (MKD), in cooperation with the Archaeological Park “Viminacium” (SRB) and in partnership with EXARC (NL) Country: Republic of Macedonia Era(s): Roman Era Kind of Event: for Public SCUPINI ROMANI is a brand of HAEMUS a center for scientific research and the promotion of culture based in Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. It consists of plenty portable exhibits (pottery, clothing, jewelry, knitted items, souvenirs) which are specially designed for this purpose and handmade by artists, artisans and craftsmen, inspired

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  • ALDA ISH – WWI on the Macedonian Front: Remembrance through the cultural heritage

    on May 10, 16 • in Anthropology, Archaeology, Architecture, Art, Contemporary history, Cultural heritage, Ethnography, Etnology, History, News, Republic of Macedonia, Tourism, WW I • with Comments Off on ALDA ISH – WWI on the Macedonian Front: Remembrance through the cultural heritage

    ALDA International Summer School First World War on the Macedonian Front: Remembrance through the cultural heritage For this Summer school we propose a multidisciplinary approach on the subject of the First World War on the Macedonian front. The speakers on the Summer school will be various international experts and researchers who will contribute with different perspectives on this complex conflict. We offer a unique interdisciplinary, interactive experience with on the field visits of the remains of the Macedonian Front in the Republic of Macedonia. This summer school is a result of several years’ work in

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  • Timisoara – An ancient Ottoman capital surfaces

    on May 13, 15 • in Archaeology, History, News, Ottoman period, Romania, Tourism • with Comments Off on Timisoara – An ancient Ottoman capital surfaces

    Little did I know that one my favourite piazzas in Romania was hiding a secret beneath its modern European facade. I’d heard rumours that Piata Libertati (Liberty Square) in the city of Timisoara was the site of a magnificent Turkish bath during the Ottoman era (1552-1716). But I’d never seen any sign of that world other than a small plaque with Arabic writing on the wall of a nearby building. Then in September 2014 I returned to the city on Romania’s western frontier and discovered something exciting: archaeologists had unearthed the 400-year-old bathhouse known as the

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  • Meet the KORYVANTES – Association of Historical Studies

    on Oct 12, 14 • in Anthropology, Antiquty, Archaeology, Archaic period, Bronze age, Classical period, Craft, Cultural heritage, Design, Documentary, Education, Greece, Hellenistic period, History, Iron Age, Lecturing, Middle Ages, News • with Comments Off on Meet the KORYVANTES – Association of Historical Studies

      HAEMUS and Koryvantes in Domus Scientarium Viminacium 2012 The team of HAEMUS had a great pleasure and opportunity to met twice the members of  “KORYVANTES”, the Association of Historical Studies, which is a cultural organisation with the main aim to research and apply experimentally the Military Heritage of the Greeks from the Bronze Age to the late Byzantium. “Koryvantes” (in Greek ΚΟΡΥΒΑΝΤΕΣ) together with HAEMUS participated in the conferences held in Viminacium (in 2012 and 2014) preforming the so called Historical reenactment, which is an educational or entertainment activity in which people follow a plan to recreate

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