The type site for the late Iron Age in Switzerland was discovered and publicized in Europe at a time in the mid-19th /early 20th centuries when museums in the United States had already begun to acquire material from Neolithic and Bronze Age lake dwelling contexts, creating channels of communication between institutions, collectors and scholars.
Bettina Arnold presents a lecture on the archaeology and ancient history of brewing in antiquity entitled The Past on Tap: Archaeology, Beer and Science Education. Lecture was part of the Master Chats Series for Advanced Learning held at the UWM Gold Meier Library on February 7, 2020.
The premiere showing at the Louvre in Paris on June 15, 2017 will be followed by a seven day broadcast on the French/German television channel ARTE beginning on June 17th.
A documentary about an archaeological excavation in Bulgaria in the year 2012 by Victor Brigola.
Videos only available on Vimeo due to security settings… Chatillon – Another Version: The Enigma of the Celtic Tomb
Flyover of the Heuneburg hillfort posted on the University of Munich site as part of the BEFIM project.
Video accompanying the 2012 exhibit on the Celts in Stuttgart at which some of the finds from the Landscape of Ancestors project were featured.
View of the reconstructed mudbrick fortification system seen from the Danube Plain and some of the reconstructed interior buildings at the Heuneburg hillfort.
The computer animation was commissioned by the Tübingen Landesamt für Denkmalpflege (F. Kleina and T. Kreß) and eventually included the ring and pin head ornament as well as the belt area.