CHC:Historic Quarries: Unterschied zwischen den Versionen

Wechseln zu: Navigation, Suche
Zeile 13: Zeile 13:
<br />
<br />
'''→ Downloads'''
'''→ Downloads'''
# [[Datei:Culture programme guide de.pdf Culture 07-13 Programme Guide]] (German, PDF, 368 kb)
# [[Datei:Culture programme guide de.pdf]] (German, PDF, 368 kb)
[[Datei:HistoricQuarries website.jpg|thumb|links|700px| Startpage of the Historic Quarries website]]
[[Datei:HistoricQuarries website.jpg|thumb|links|700px| Startpage of the Historic Quarries website]]
[[Datei:EU-Education Culture.png|links|200px]]
[[Datei:EU-Education Culture.png|links|200px]]

Version vom 10. November 2014, 13:32 Uhr


AIS–St. Pölten

APART: Provenancing of Marbles

Arch. Museums in Bavaria

Bankett & Grab


Danube Limes

Danube Limes Brand

EMS - glass analysis

Europeana - Eagle Project


Natural Stone in Facade Cladding

FRE - Austria

FRE - International

FRE - Slovakia

Hispania Epigraphica

Historic Quarries

Marbles from Aguntum

Marbles from Carnuntum

Nachlass S. Leber

Salzburger Kulturlexikon

Saxa Loquuntur

Scanning Translucent Objects

Stone monuments from Iuvavum

Stone – Relief – Inscription

Teaching Projects

Tiles / Vindobona

Historic Quarries

Supported by the Culture (2007 - 2013) programme of the European Union. Project applicant is CHC, University of Salzburg. Co-organizers: Univerzita Komenského v Bratislave (Comenius University Bratislava) / BSB - Bayerische Staatsbibliothek / Verein Symposion Lindabrunn Associated partners: Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania / GBA - Geologische Bundesanstalt (Geological Survey of Austria) / Hungarian National Museum, Budapest / University of Wroclav, Poland / University of Brno, Czech Republic.


The project focuses on historic quarries as a significant part of our cultural heritage in Europe. These quarries and the skills involved in quarrying dimensional stone can be considered as the starting point of Europe’s architectural and sculptural heritage. In the 20th century, most of these sites became disused and hard to access, becoming partly re-cultivated or used as dumping grounds. The project will employ modern approaches to present and safeguard the knowledge of historic quarry sites and landscapes. On the transnational level, it will demonstrate best practice concerning how to compile and use data and information on these sites, and how to formulate ideas and implement measures to use historic quarries for modern cultural purposes once again.
→ Downloads

  1. Datei:Culture programme guide de.pdf (German, PDF, 368 kb)
Startpage of the Historic Quarries website
EU-Education Culture.png