Exciting exhibition . . . . in Germany!

We here a neolithicbritain.org are a cosmopolitan lot, unafraid to dip our toes into the world of Neolithic Europe should the need arise; and it has. Word reaches us from Prof Tim Darvill of an exciting exhibition in State Museum of Prehistory in Halle. Entitled 3300BC  the exhibition according to Prof Darvill is “is based around the spectacular finds from the region. The centrepiece is a reconstructed late megalithic grave set under a shower of arrows raining down. There is also a length of Neolithic enclosure ditch represented by photographs of the excavation below which are the finds from the ditch set out in spatial arrangement as found. And to top it off an excellent catalogue.”

Sounds good to us and if you want to visit it is on until May 2014. Further details from the link:

http://www.lda-lsa.de/en/state_museum_of_prehistory/sonderausstellungen/3300bc/exhibition/introduction/

 

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