Webpages tagged with «archaeology»

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Pits, Pots, and Pennies: An Archaeology of Coin Hoarding in Medieval England and Wales

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How do objects, places, spaces or practices get a place in ‘the global museum’? This seminar seeks to take advantage of what we as a museum already know and do, as the entire academic staff of the Museum of Cultural History in various ways engages in heritage making; as advisors to the Directorate of Cultural Management, as archaeologists, as keepers of collections, as conservators, as curators, exhibition designers, as magazine administrators, or as anthropologists. To discover our strengths, this seminar represents a first effort to engage in a joint comparative exploration of what such ‘makings’ of cultural heritage, world heritage, museum objects and archaeological objects have in common.

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The ViS Conference 2015: Welcome to Vikings: Beyond Boundaries, an open conference on Viking Age studies in Oslo.

Published Jan. 30, 2015 2:09 PM

How do objects, places, spaces or practices get a place in ‘the global museum’? This project seeks to take advantage of what we as a museum already know and do; as the entire academic staff of the Museum of Cultural History in various ways engages in heritage making; as advisors to the Directorate of Cultural Management, as archaeologists, as keepers of collections, as conservators, as curators, exhibition designers, as storage administrators, or as anthropologists. To discover our strengths, 'Housing Heritage' suggests a joint comparative exploration of what such ‘makings’ of cultural heritage, world heritage, museum objects and archaeological objects have in common.

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Patric Greene, Norton Priory. The Archaeology of a Medieval Religious House, Cambridge University Press 1989 (paperback 2004)

Dette var den første omfattende studien som integrerte modern arkeologiske metoder med konvensjonelle studier av historie, arkitektur, landskap og klosterets funksjoner og organisering.

Published Sep. 22, 2014 6:38 AM

FOR THE RURALIA XI CONFERENCE: The object of the conference is to discuss the various aspects of the relationship of the rural population to buildings and sites within and without rural settlement, where they practice their religion (Christian, pagan, Jewish…). This includes also several phenomena, traditions and practices which characterize the popular beliefs and religious practices. And it includes religious practices in burial rituals. The object of the conference is not the Christianization in the rural environment.

Published Sep. 18, 2014 8:28 AM

This year’s EAA attracted 3000 members from all over Europe to gather in Istanbul from 10-13 September (last year EAA was organized in Oslo).

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