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  • Archaeological excavations on the Groningen Fish Market (NL)
    Archaeological excavations on the Groningen Fish Market (NL)
    One of the city members of the Hanseatic League, Groningen had played an important role in providing food to the Netherlands. Located in the city centre, Vismarkt (Fish Market) is not a tourist attraction but a real marketplace and pulsating centre of community life with origins dating back to the …

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  • The Largest-known Bronze Age Burial Site ever Discovered in Hungary
    The Largest-known Bronze Age Burial Site ever Discovered in Hungary
    In the second half of 2018, the largest Bronze Age cemetery of Hungary was found by Salisbury archaeologists during the archaeological excavations on the M30 near Encs, Northern-Hungary. By the end of November, more than a thousand, about 1,200-1,300 graves had been discovered and archaeologists expected another 800 burials to …

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  • Marsberg-Westheim (D): 1300 years of history, 2000 finds
    Marsberg-Westheim (D): 1300 years of history, 2000 finds
    Photo: Annette Dülme Source: Funke Medien NRW We completed our archaeological excavation in Marsberg-Westheim, Germany. The results of the investigations were presented in October 2018 at the Town Hall by Salisbury archaeologists and local heritage professionals – an opportunity to see in person some exciting objects of the rich finds, …

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  • Restoration of the Teylingen sword for South-Holland province
    Restoration of the Teylingen sword for South-Holland province
    Salisbury Archaeology has been commissioned by the archaeological warehouse of South-Holland province (Provinciaal Archeologisch Depot Zuid-Holland) to the restoration of a medieval sword discovered by a voluntary archaeologist in the 80’s when investigating the moat auround the Castle of Teylingen (Voorhout). The Teylingen sword can be related to the sheath …

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  • Archaeological excavation Alanovaplatz 2, Schwechat (Austria)
    Archaeological excavation Alanovaplatz 2, Schwechat (Austria)
    Client: Alanova Projektentwicklung GmbH (Am Südblick 7 / Top 4 – 3550 Langenlois, Austria) Mr. Mag. (FH) Benedikt J. Großmann Competent heritage protection authority: Federal Monuments Office Department for Lower Austria (Hofburg, Säulensteige 1010 Vienna) archaeo@bda.gv.at Contact person of the competent heritage protection authority: Dr. Martin Krenn Project date: Start …

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  • Archaeological Excavation, Motorway M4 (Hungary) 6,6 ha
    Archaeological Excavation, Motorway M4 (Hungary) 6,6 ha
    Project name: Technical supervision of the preventive archaeological investigations on the designated sections of the motorway M4 between Berettyóújfalu-Nagykereki, finds documentation, post-excavation works, processing of finds Short description: Preventive excavation of a the settlement of the Chalcolithic period (Baden) and the late Copper Age, and a Gepid cemetery (207 tombs), …

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  • Archaeological excavation near Debrecen (Hungary) 7,6 ha
    Archaeological excavation near Debrecen (Hungary) 7,6 ha
    Project title: Realization of full archaeological research works including field documentation, and post-treatment of the unearthed finds prior to the construction of the expressway between Debrecen and Berettyóújfalu, and the connection between the motorway M35 and the Debrecen International Airport (Debrecen southern bypass). Short description: Archaeological research works on three …

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  • Archaeological Excavation near Seregélyes (Hungary) 9,4 ha
    Archaeological Excavation near Seregélyes (Hungary) 9,4 ha
    Project title: Realization of full archaeological research works on the sites Mészáros-tanya, Réti-földek, Belmajor and Rác-völgy-dűlő (near Seregélyes, Hungary) Short description: Archaeological investigations, carried out prior to a linear infrastructure project, and in accordance with the professional protocol of the Hungarian National Museum, Gyula Forster National Centre for Cultural Heritage …

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