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Das sind die Ergebnisse der archäologischen Ausgrabungen in Berglern

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These are the results of the archaeological excavations in Berglern
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Der Archäologische Verein Erding e.V. veranstaltet auf Einladung der Gemeinde Berglern einen öffentlichen Vortrag zu den archäologischen ...
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The archaeological he Reding e.V. Association organised a public presentation on the archaeological Berglern at the invitation of the municipality...
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10.05.2016 Berglern "Bajuwaren in Mitterlern am Kleinfeld-Ost" Foto: Jakob Leicht Der Arch?ologische Verein Erding e.V. veranstaltet auf Einladung der Gemeinde Berglern einen ?ffentlichen Vortrag zu den arch?ologischen Ausgrabungen im Gemeindegebiet der letzten Jahre. Im Vordergrund stehen die teils Aufsehen erregenden Ergebnisse aus dem Gewerbegebiet Glaslern und der Erweiterung des Wohnbaugebietes in Mitterlern (Kleinfeld Ost). Der Ausgr?ber Dr. Jakob Leicht wird ?ber seine Feldarbeit berichten, Harald Krause vom Museum Erding/AVE e.V. f?hrt in die arch?ologisch reiche Fundlandschaft der Gemeinde ein. ? Von 2011 bis 2015 wurden sukzessive die Fl?chen im neuen Gewerbegebiet von Glaslern untersucht. Das Gel?nde zeichnet sich durch einen ...
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10.05.2016 Berglern "Bavarii in Mitterlern on the small field-East" photo: Jakob Leicht of arch? archaeological Association he Reding e.V. organised at the invitation of the municipality one Berglern? public lecture to the arch? Archeological excavations in the area in recent years. In the foreground, the sometimes sensational results from the commercial area are Glaslern and the expansion of the residential area in Mitterlern (small field East). The Ausgr? ber Dr. Jakob Leicht is? about his field work report, Harald Krause of the Museum he Reding / AVE e.V. f? hrt in the arch? ecologically rich fund landscape of the municipality. ? 2011-2015 were successively the FL? chen studied in the new commercial area of Glaslern. The gel? nde is characterized by a...
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Un temple rénové pour les de la Réforme

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A temple renovated for the reform
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Saint-Théodule a en effet été bâti au XIVe siècle (la première mention date de 1307) à partir du mur nord de l'enceinte de la ville. «Le temple est de ...
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Indeed, Saint-Théodule was built in the 14th century (the first mention dates from 1307) from the North wall of the walls of the city. "The temple is of...".
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«C’est un édifice emblématique!» constate Taraneh Aminian, municipale de La Tour-de-Peilz. Le lieu en question est le temple Saint-Théodule, qui trône en plein centre: il sépare le bou rg ancien de la partie plus récente de la ville. Mais tous les Boélands, qui traversent forcément sous son porche pour rallier le bord du lac depuis la gare, ne savent pas qu’ils passent ainsi sous une ancienne porte de ville. Saint-Théodule a en effet été bâti au XIVe siècle (la première mention date de 1307) à partir du mur nord de l’enceinte de la ville. «Le temple est de plus en plus utilisé pour autre chose que des offices: concerts, récitals, etc. souligne Taraneh Aminian. Il joue son rôle de lieu de culte et de culture.» «Redonner du lustre à l’édif...
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"It's an emblematic building!" says Taraneh Aminian, municipal of La Tour-de-Peilz. The place in question is the Saint-Théodule temple, which stands in the centre: it separates the former rg of the newer part of the city bou. But all Boelands, which necessarily cross under his porch to the edge of the Lake from the train station, unaware that they pass as well as a former City gate. Indeed, Saint-Théodule was built in the 14th century (the first mention dates from 1307) from the North wall of the walls of the city. «The temple is increasingly used for anything other than offices: concerts, recitals, etc. says Taraneh Aminian.» He plays his role as place of worship and culture." "Restoring luster to the edif...".
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A 15-year-old Teen Stunningly Finds a Lost Mayan City

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Mayan Calendar: A sky caiman vomits water on one of the last pages of the 12th-century Dresden Codex, also known as the 'Codex Dresdensis', one ...
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A Canadian teen made the discovery of a lifetime, and he’s only 15 years old! By studying satellite images to confirm his theory that ancient Mayan cities were built in relationship to constellations, William Gadoury found a lost Mayan city.   William’s effort took three years, after he developed an interest in the Maya in 2012, the year when their calendar ended, a fact that many saw as predicting the end of the world. As it happened, the world did not end, but young William realized that Mayan cities were built in correlation with constellations, something which did not occur to anyone who has studied the Mayans previously.  William made this connection while trying to understand why so many cities were not built on obvious locations l...
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Neuss: Aktion zum Hansetag am 21. Mai

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Neuss: Action to the Hanse Convention on May 21
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... über die Historie der Quirinus-Stadt und die Handelstradition des legendären, aus dem 13. Jahrhundert stammenden Bundes zu erfahren.
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... about the history of the town of Quirinus and of the legendary trade tradition, to learn from the 13th century, Federal.
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Neuss. Stadtführung mit Wissenswertem zum "Tag der internationalen Hanse". Der "Tag der internationalen Hanse" wird am Samstag, 21. Mai, in der Hansestadt Neuss gefeiert. Dazu wird ein Nachmittagsprogramm mit Stadtführung, Weinverkostung und Gesprächskreis organisiert. Alte und neue hanseatische Aktivitäten der Stadt Neuss stehen bei den Feierlichkeiten im Mittelpunkt - und natürlich gibt es jede Menge Wissenswertes über die Historie der Quirinus-Stadt und die Handelstradition des legendären, aus dem 13. Jahrhundert stammenden Bundes zu erfahren. Die Hanse war im Mittelalter ein Kaufmannsbund vor allem von Städten an Nord- und Ostsee. Seit 1475 besaß Neuss das so genannte Hanseprivileg, das Kaiser Friedrich III. der Stadt nach der erfolg...
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Neuss. City tour with interesting facts to the "day of the international Hanse". The "day of the international Hanse" is celebrated on Saturday, May 21, in the Hanseatic City of Neuss. To do this, an afternoon program with guided tour, wine tasting and discussion group is organized. The city Neuss's old and new Hanseatic activities are at the celebrations in Central - and of course there are lots of interesting facts about the history of the town of Quirinus and of the legendary trade tradition, to learn from the 13th century, Federal. The Hanseatic League was a businessman bunch of cities on the North and Baltic Sea in the middle ages. Since 1475 Neuss had the so-called Hanse privilege the Emperor Friedrich III. of the city after the success...
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Archaeologists Discover Remains of Viking Parliament of Medieval Norse King in Scotland

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“The first date from the site is between the mid-7th Century and the mid-9th century. That is the end of Dalriada and the time when the Vikings arrive at ...
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A place where Vikings settled disputes, made key political decisions, and decided laws has been unearthed on the Isle of Bute, in Scotland. The history of the Isle of Bute is connected with the Norse King Ketill Flatnose, whose descendants were the earliest settlers of Iceland. The site which was recently discovered has been identified as the location of a Norse parliament, known as a ''thing''. 'Althing in Session' (19th century) by W. G. Collingwood. ( Public Domain ) Although in our times this word is mostly related to unimportant objects, in Viking times this term had a different meaning . According to specialists in old Scandinavian languages, the word ''thing'' came from the old Norse word ''ping'', meaning assembly. The mound site...
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Viel Weiß und viel Schwarz

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Lots of white and much black
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Erzählt wird die Ordensgeschichte in Exponaten aus dem 13. Jahrhundert bis heute, in Urkunden, Büchern, Bildern, Skulpturen und an Stellwänden.
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The order history in exhibits from the 13th century until today, documents, books, pictures, sculptures and walls is told.
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Kirche Vor 800 Jahren gründeten sich die Dominikaner. Eine Regensburger Ausstellung zeigt Lichtgestalten und dunkle Kapitel. Von Marianne Sperb, MZ „Wir sind ein Stadtorden. Wir wollen bei den Menschen sein.“: Pater Elias Füllenbach aus Düsseldorf führte am Dienstag durch „Mehr als Schwarz & Weiß“, die zentrale Ausstellung zum Jubiläum. Fotos: altrofoto.de Dr. Susanne Biber, Kuratorin Ausstellung „Mehr als Schwarz & Weiß“ Foto: altrofoto.de Regensburg.Über dem Vorplatz der Kirche St. Blasius weht jetzt eine bunte Flagge. Die Berliner Künstlerin Yala Juchmann veranschaulicht in fünf gelb-lila Rauten die körperliche Resonanz der fünf Vokale. Das raffinierte Bild für Sprache markiert den Eingang zur Dominikaner-Ausstellung, die am Dienstaga...
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Church 800 years ago founded the Dominicans. A Regensburg exhibition showcases luminaries and dark chapter. By Marianne Sperb, MZ "we are a city order. We want the people be. ": father Elias Fairclough from Düsseldorf led on Tuesday by"More than black & white", the central exhibition on the anniversary." Photos: altrofoto.de Dr. Susanne Biber, curator exhibition "More than black & white" photo: altrofoto.de Regensburg. on the forecourt of the Church St. Blasius blows now a colourful flag. The Berlin artist Yala Juchhof man illustrates the physical response of the five vowels in five yellow purple diamonds. The refined image for language marks the entrance to the exhibition of the Dominicans, on the Dienstaga...
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Konstanz macht das Mittelalter lebendig

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Constance brings to life the middle ages
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Doch die Angebote von Musikern, Gauklern oder Rittern sollen mehr bieten als die Mittelalter-Lustbarkeiten, die es inzwischen landauf-landab gibt.
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But the offerings by musicians, jugglers, or Knights should offer more than the medieval Merrymaking there is now being attempted.
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Ein Spektakulum in den historischen Gassen: Am Wochenende 28. und 29. Mai wird Konstanz noch ein bisschen bunter. Doch die Angebote von Musikern, Gauklern oder Rittern sollen mehr bieten als die Mittelalter-Lustbarkeiten, die es inzwischen landauf-landab gibt. Konstanz (rau) Ritter und Gaukler, K?nstler und Seeleute, H?ndler und Handwerker haben sich angesagt: Mehr als 400 Akteure sollen am zweiten Wochenende der Pfingstferien, am 28. und 29. Mai, mittelalterliches Flair nach Konstanz bringen. Doch es wird kein Spektakel, wie es landauf-landab geboten wird, verspricht Ruth Bader, die Chefin der Konzilstadt Konstanz: "Wir haben Gruppen aus den St?dten mit hussitischer Geschichte und Tradition eingeladen, ein St?ck ihres Brauchtums und ihr...
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A spectacle in the ancient streets: Constance is a little colorful on the weekend of 28 and 29 May. But the offerings by musicians, jugglers, or Knights should offer more than the medieval Merrymaking there is now being attempted. Konstanz (rough) Knights and Jesters, K? artist and sailors, H? traders and artisans said to himself: to bring medieval flair on second weekend of early summer, on 28 and 29 may, more than 400 players to Konstanz. But it is not a spectacle as it offers up attempted, promises Ruth Bader, the head of the City Council of Constance: "we have groups from the St? invited cities with Hussite history and tradition, a St? ck of her traditions and her..."
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LiDAR Mapping Project of Machu Picchu Coming Soon

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... reveal the extent and complexity of Angkor Wat, the capital of the Khmer Empire, which flourished from approximately the 9th to the 15th century.
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By Rick Vecchio ✐ Peruvian Times Contributing Editor ☄ Peru’s President caused a stir last week when he took his helicopter for a spin around Machu Picchu. It’s still unclear whether Ollanta Humala was actually the pilot of the aircraft that made two long circles around the sanctuary — there was another army helicopter flying with his. Nonetheless, he was roundly criticized for entering the strict no-fly zone, apparently without prior approval.  Yesterday, Peru’s minister of culture said that not only was Humala’s flight prearranged and approved by the Culture Ministry and Peru’s National Service of Protected Natural Areas (Sernanp), it was actually a prospecting run to reveal archaeological ruins hidden in the dense cloud forest surroun...
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Archaeologists Discover Remains of Viking Parliament of Medieval Norse King in Scotland

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A place where Vikings settled disputes, made key political decisions, and decided laws has been unearthed on the Isle of Bute, in Scotland.
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A place where Vikings settled disputes, made key political decisions, and decided laws has been unearthed on the Isle of Bute, in Scotland. The history of the Isle of Bute is connected with the Norse King Ketill Flatnose, whose descendants were the earliest settlers of Iceland. The site which was recently discovered has been identified as the location of a Norse parliament, known as a ''thing''. 'Althing in Session' (19th century) by W. G. Collingwood. ( Public Domain ) Although in our times this word is mostly related to unimportant objects, in Viking times this term had a different meaning . According to specialists in old Scandinavian languages, the word ''thing'' came from the old Norse word ''ping'', meaning assembly. The mound site...
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Archaeologists Discover Remains of Viking Parliament of Medieval Norse King in Scotland

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The domination of the Vikings on the seas and oceans was visible for a few centuries in the Middle Ages. The Norse people left Scandinavia, traveled ...
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A place where Vikings settled disputes, made key political decisions, and decided laws has been unearthed on the Isle of Bute, in Scotland. The history of the Isle of Bute is connected with the Norse King Ketill Flatnose, whose descendants were the earliest settlers of Iceland. The site which was recently discovered has been identified as the location of a Norse parliament, known as a ''thing''. 'Althing in Session' (19th century) by W. G. Collingwood. ( Public Domain ) Although in our times this word is mostly related to unimportant objects, in Viking times this term had a different meaning . According to specialists in old Scandinavian languages, the word ''thing'' came from the old Norse word ''ping'', meaning assembly. The mound site...
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