Press Release: The first Romans in Carnuntum

Press Release: The first Romans in Carnuntum

Carnuntum is the largest archaeological landscape in Central Europe. Almost the entire Roman town, which covered more than ten square kilometres of area in antiquity, is still preserved under fields and vineyards some 40 km to the east of Austria’s capital Vienna. Since 2012 the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Archaeological Prospection and Virtual Archaeology (LBI ArchPro) together with ZAMG...

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Press images: Safeguarding Akrotiri

Reconstruction of Santorini Island, before the Minoan Eruption (approx. 1615 BC) including the geological subduction zone of the South Aegean Bathymetry and the Magma Chamber below the Pre-Kameni Island. (© 7reasons, Michael Klein) Download Reconstruction of Santorini Island, before the Minoan Eruption (approx. 1615 BC) , from South. (© 7reasons, Michael...

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Safeguarding Akrotiri – Cover story of the National Geographic Germany June issue

Safeguarding Akrotiri – Cover story of the National Geographic Germany June issue

Akrotiri’s disastrous fate after the eruption of the Thera volcano 3630 years ago could catch up again soon: Earthquakes and gradual decay threaten to irretrievably destroy this unique cultural heritage site on Santorin which is comparable to Pompeii but more than 1000 years older. An international research group initiated by the LBI ArchPro and led by the scientist Dr. Immo Trinks has...

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Belgian news story

Belgian news story

Media content produced by 7Reasons has been featured on the website of the Belgian newspaper De Morgen. De Morgen  

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Archaeological Institute of America – Annual Meeting

Archaeological Institute of America – Annual Meeting

The 2014 AM will be held in Chicago. The AIA and APA Joint Annual Meeting (AM) brings together professional and vocational archaeologists and classicists from around the world to share the latest developments from the field. This well-attended conference is the largest and oldest established meeting of classical scholars and archaeologists in North America. Join us for our presentation on Sunday,...

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“Day of the Monuments”: 1,500 visitors fly over the Roman Legionary camp of Vienna

“Day of the Monuments”: 1,500 visitors fly over the Roman Legionary camp of Vienna

1,500 extremely interested visitors who came to the “Day of the Monuments” on the 29/09/2013 enjoyed a digital “flight” over the Roman Legionary camp of Vienna. “Time-travel into the Roman Legionary camp of Vienna” – VR Cave Brille: 3D Stereo-realtime environments experienced in 360°. The “3D VR headset” allows the presentation to the viewer of virtual 3D...

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