Posts Tagged ‘Vinica’

  • SCUPINI ROMANI celebrated Rosalia for the Museum night 2018 in Vinica

    on May 12, 18 • in Ancient Rome, Anthropology, Archaeology, Art, Cuisine, Culture, Museum, News, Our Activity, Republic of Macedonia, Roman period • with Comments Off on SCUPINI ROMANI celebrated Rosalia for the Museum night 2018 in Vinica

    On May 10, 2018, starting at 20:00, HAEMUS in collaboration with Museum Teracotta Vinica organized the performance “Rosalia – festival of roses” for the “Museum night 2018”. The 3 hours performance within the HAEMUS’ program SCUPINI ROMANI took place at the City museum lapidarium in Vinica.   The following items were included in the event: – educational part for the Roman Rosalia by the HAEMUS team – exhibition of replicas from the Roman period owned by HAEMUS (ceramics, jewelry, clothes, metal items, knitted items) – reciting poetry from ancient Roman poets – projection of the documentary “Heraclea Lyncestis&#

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  • HAEMUS visited “Kokolov Rid” – Iron Age Tumuli Necropolis

    on Nov 24, 13 • in Archaeology, Excavation, Exhibition, Iron Age, News, Our Activity, Republic of Macedonia • with Comments Off on HAEMUS visited “Kokolov Rid” – Iron Age Tumuli Necropolis

    The team of HAEMUS on 19.11.2013 organized filed trip to the city of Vinica (East Macedonia) and visited both, the City Museum (Museum “Terracotta”) and the archaeological site of Kokolov Rid (iron age tumuli necropolis). The archaeological site of Kokolov Rid at the Vinichka Krshla Village is a complex site. It is 3 km to the north-east of the City of Vinica, at the left side of Vinica – Vinichka Krshla Village road, several hundred meters to the east of the archaeological site – necropolis Krshlanski Gumenja, at a small lengthened plate, above the Sushica

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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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