Major North European Project Shows Best Practices in Heritage Management Based on High Quality Archaeological Surveying, Efficiency and the Use of Newer Non-intrusive Methods by Knut Paasche
The Archaeolingua Foundation and the Central European University
cordially invite you to the second lecture of
Integrated Utilization of Advanced Technology
in Archaeology and Heritage Preservation Today
Master Course and Continuing Professional Education Course
Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage Research, Oslo, Norway
Major North European Project Shows Best Practices in Heritage Management Based on High Quality Archaeological Surveying, Efficiency and the Use of Newer Non-intrusive Methods
17:30 on Monday, December 14, 2015
CEU–Auditorium, 1051 Budapest, Nádor u. 9.
Introduction by Erzsébet Jerem (Director of Archaeolingua Foundation, Senior Research Fellow at Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Research Centre for the Humanities, Institute of Archaeology, Budapest) and József Laszlovszky (Department of Medieval Studies, Cultural Heritage Studies Program, CEU)
The session will be moderated and the lecture summarized in Hungarian by Magdolna Vicze (Director of "Matrica Museum" and Archaeological Park, Százhalombatta)
Reception will follow.