On this lecture evening, we will look beyond the horizon: the renowned archaeologist Dr. Jan Kegler, head of the Archaeological Research Institute of the East Frisian Landscape, will be a guest at the Archaeology Museum and will report on examples of excavations and research results from his area of responsibility. In the northern neighboring district of Emsland, the Ostfriesische Landschaft is responsible for the preservation of archaeological monuments, among other things. The nine-strong archaeology team at the Ostfriesische Landschaft researches the traces of people in East Frisia from their first appearance in the Stone Age to the modern day and looks after the
Protection of archaeological sites, their preservation and maintenance. A very important aspect of the work is the communication of the results, for example in guided tours, exhibitions, publications and lectures. Guests can look forward to an exciting and informative evening.
Registration required, tel. 05931-6605
Admission: 6€, reduced 4€