The most popular Polish archaeological portal Archeowiesci.pl which focuses on news about current research in country and abroad done by Polish scientists has published an extended version of the article on the 2012 Workshop. You can read if by following the link below:
Today morning Archeolog.pl portal has published a summary of the 2012 Workshop written by Marcin Jaworski. Much information about the Workshop itself and the newly developed GPS based survey system can be read there (only in Polish). To read the article just follow the link below:
On behalf the authors, Gábor Mesterházy and Máté Stibrányi, we would like to invite our readers to read the article about the Workshop that originally appeared in the Hungarian quarterly journal Magyar Régéset (winter edition). The article is currently available only in Hungarian on the page of the journal and on our page in the Publications section.
The Hungarian portal Asonyomon.hu, which is ELTE’s Institute of Archaeology’s unofficial blog, has posted an article with pictures about the Workshop. It is currently available to read only in Hungarian and can be found at the following link:
Check it out as soon as possible!
The official site of Hungarian MTV has released the online version of the Múlt-kor show, that featured over 8 minutes of documentary about the Workshop for Reading Past and Present Landscapes in Central Europe. You can see it on the original page by clicking this link or the link below. This cultural show’s aim in this episode was to present the activities of the Hungarian National Museum – National Heritage Protection Centre (official partner of the Workshop), among which there are excavations, laboratory analysis, archeometry, exhibitions and so on. Among them a special notice was made of the Workshop project. The part about our activity is between 8:13-16:30.
The first documentary about the Workshop is going to be aired this week! Hungarian TV channel M1 will show the documentary on November 28th at 23:05. Later the show will be available online and the links will be provided from this site. So save some time on Wednesday evening and check for further updates on this matter on this page.
Wednesday, November 28th
Hungarian TV – M1
Thanks to our partners, a new sub-page (although only in Polish) concerning the Workshop has been created within the site of of Institute of Archaeology, University of Warsaw. It is located in the Research (Badania) subsection and is a short description of the Workshop and it’s aims. You can view it here!