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Refr_Einherjarsdøttir Apr 10
After almost a week of lying in bed, I can again participate on the excarvation in Kufstein yay 🎉
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Living Archaeology Apr 11
We had the sweetest, most interested guests yesterday! Julia taught the kids something about and the siege in 1504 and kept everybody entertained. Maybe there are some future archaeologists amongst them!
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Ben Pope Mar 18
I'm in Innsbruck for a conference on Emperor Maximilian I, for the 500th anniversary of his death. His concern that he should be remembered after his death is legendary: is this giant billboard outside the main station enough for you, Max? 1/
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Living Archaeology Apr 15
The last three work days have been incredibly exhausting even though we had an excavator put at our disposal. Through its help we were able to breeze through vast amounts of mortar and bricks to uncover a completely intact brick floor.
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Living Archaeology Apr 9
Valentin, who joined us today, was able to uncover a small hole (about 30cm in diameter) in 2,50m of depth. Any ideas? Structure was built at around 1700...
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Living Archaeology Apr 19
Final day of work is over! We‘re really proud of what we were able to do within 3 weeks. Everyone that visited us thought we were doing great work and felt inspired which goes to show that people are really interested in .
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Emperor Maximilian I Apr 7
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Living Archaeology Apr 17
Also we were visited by high officials of the federal monumets authority and Dr. Harald Stadler to determine if the rooms need to be backfilled or if they are gonna be preserved.
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Emperor Maximilian I Mar 22
Emperor Maximilian I was born today 560 years ago on March 22, 1459 in Wiener Neustadt, Austria. - I have dedicated my life to building a Habsburg dynasty. Some say I succeeded.
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Karl Galle Mar 18
Thread about the ongoing conference in Innsbruck & Vienna commemorating 500th anniversary of death of Emperor Maximilian I, including links to 's work identifying a previously unrecognized armorial from Lucas Cranach's workshop now
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How do you do? Apr 4
RT living_archaeo: This week, Julia and Vincent are on excavation in Kufstein, Tyrol searching for remains of the siege of the Kufstein Fortress in 1504 under EmperorMaximil1. via unserlandtirol
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Lizzy Waldhart Apr 3
Looking forward to a great day in the field at the Zeller Berg excavation.
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Lizzy Waldhart Apr 3
View from the way up to zeller berg - the festung Kufstein. Looking forward to the excavations there!
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Emperor Maximilian I Mar 22
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Lizzy Waldhart Apr 4
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Living Archaeology Apr 18
Yesterday, an artist from Innsbruck who wants to remain anonymous visited us to paint this awesome picture, however they chose the room we know least about. Still pretty cool!
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Emperor Maximilian I Apr 22
Thank you for the shout-out Süddeutsche Zeitung! Unfortunately, I cannot make it to the event since I am no longer alive.
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Living Archaeology Apr 17
Since this is our last week on excavation, we‘re trying to get everything ready for the final documentation, which means finding groundlevels in all the rooms. was able to do just that and found a brick floor.
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Grenzgänger #tirolbayern Apr 17
Sonderausstellung „Leben im Zeitalter Maximilians – Was von Kaiser Maximilian I. geblieben ist? Foto Goldenes Dachl - Christof Lackner
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Grenzgänger #tirolbayern Apr 16
Tirol feiert das Maximilianjahr 2019 - Kaum ein Herrscher hat die Geschichte Tirols so stark geprägt wie Kaiser Maximilian I. Gefeiert wird mit Ausstellungen, Konzerten und Festivals. Foto: Innsbruck Tourismus
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