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Harju, Tallinn

Young archaeologists

Väike-Patarei 5, 10415, Põhja-Tallinn, Tallinn

www.renoveeri.net

Who is an archaeologist? Why do we need to look for traces of the past in the earth? Why is archaeology important? What can we learn from this science? Archaeologist Ants Kraut explains the work, demonstrates interesting finds and answers the questions of the children at a workshop in Väike Patarei 5 in Tallinn. Children are invited to explore the earth themselves and maybe will discover traces from the past.

Demonstration

Demonstration
The science of archaeology is explained to young children, who have the possibility to dig the earth in search of traces of our distant past themselves.

Free

Saturday 18 June de 11:00 à 12:30

Children, Family

Schoolchildren :

Primary, Secondary school (11-15 years)

Demonstration and game

Harju, Estonia

Archaeological finds and collections in Estonia

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCc7t8hgYBwRPTaFKeZA0iMQ; http://instagram.com/arheotuur)

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCc7t8hgYBwRPTaFKeZA0iMQ; http://instagram.com/arheotuur

As part of the European Archaeology Days 2022, arheotuur is introducing Estonian archaeological sites and finds via YouTube and Instagram (in Estonian). On June 17th–18th, the focus is on Tallinn. Grave furniture from Niguliste, a 19th century pottery production site (Pärnu Rd 59), dinnerware from the second half of the 18th century from Toom-Kooli St, Fat Margaret and the limestone quarry of Toompea will take center stage as a series of YouTube videos. On June 19th, 10 archaeological finds from all over Estonia will be presented as posts on Instagram. This program is a continuation of the stories presented as part of European Archaeology Days 2020 by arheotuur on the archaeological heritage of Hiiumaa, Western Estonia.

Discovery tour

Arheotuur
Arheotuur is introducing Estonian archaeological sites and finds via YouTube and Instagram (in Estonian). On 17 and 18 June from 12 to 18, the focus is on Tallinn. Grave furniture from Niguliste, a 19th century pottery production site in Tallinn, dinnerware from the 18th c from Toom-Kooli St, Fat Margaret and the limestone quarry of Toompea will take center stage as a series of YouTube videos. On 19 June, 10 archaeological finds from all over Estonia will be presented as posts on Instagram.

Free

Family, General public, Schoolchildren

Schoolchildren :

Secondary school (11-15 years), Secondary school (15 years and up)

Harju, Tallinn

Guided tour "Following the footprints of Pharmacist Melchior"

Komandandi tee 2 Tallinn

www.linnamuuseum.ee

What was Tallinn like in 1409? What has preserved from the time? What was used to cover windows when glass had not been invented yet? Where did the first pharmacist live and how did people get their medicine? A guided tour will be organised on 18 June that will introduce how the film “Pharmacist Melchior“ was made. The film describes life in 15th century Tallinn. The tour is organised by Tallinn City Museum.

Discovery tour

Discovery tour “Following the footprints of Pharmacist Melchior“ . What was Tallinn like in the 15th century?
A film “Pharmacist Melchior“ was recently premiered. The film describes life in 15th cent Tallinn. The discovery tour will take us to some of the sites where the action was filmed, starting from the mightiest cannon tower Kiek-in-de-Kök in the Baltic Sea area. The tour will be led by Külliki Tint, Director of Archaeological Collections of the Tallinn City Museum.

12.00 €, There are discounted rates

Saturday 18 June de 14:00 à 16:00

Family, Adults, General public, Schoolchildren

Schoolchildren :

Secondary school (15 years and up)

Harju, Tallinn

Guided walk on Iru hill fort

Mustakviv tee 13 Tallinn

www.linnamuuseum.ee

Iru hill fort was an important fortified settlement during the Bronze Age, dating back to the 3rd millennium BC. Nowadays Iru is adjacent to high-rise dwelling houses, and it is hard to imagine that as late as 40 years ago simple farmhouses with stone fences stood in the area. The guided tour will explain the origin of place names in the area, take visitors to ancient cult stones and discuss which tactics were used against oncoming enemy, In addition to the mighty hill fort also nearby early settlement sites will be visited. The tour will begin and end in Lasnaäe.

Guided tour

Guided tour
The guided tour will take us to the ancient Iru hill fort and near-by early settlement sites in the outskirts of Tallinn.

9.00 €, There are discounted rates

Sunday 19 June de 13:00 à 15:00

Family, Adults, Schoolchildren

Schoolchildren :

Secondary school (11-15 years), Secondary school (15 years and up)

Jõgeva, Põltsamaa

Põltsamaa Castle

Lossi 1 Põltsamaa 48103 Jõgeva maakond

https://poltsamaaloss.ee

The castle in Põltsamaa was founded by the Livonian Order in 1272 as a defensive fortress. During the Livonian War it was for a period occupied by Polish troops and from 1570 to 1578 served as official residence of Duke Magnus of Holstein. Recent renovation at Põltsamaa Castle also involved archaeological studies of the castle area. On 17 June archaeologists will talk about their recent discoveries.

Discovery tour

Discovery tour of Põltsamaa Castle
Archaeologists Mihkel Tammet and Ants Kraut will lead a tour in Põltsamaa Castle to introduce the latest archaeological discoveries. The tour will be followed by a lecture in the castle, where some of the most interesting finds will be dispayed.

Free

Friday 17 June de 15:00 à 17:00

Family, Adults, Schoolchildren

Schoolchildren :

Secondary school (11-15 years), Secondary school (15 years and up)

Discovering the Early History of Põltsamaa Castle.

Saare, Muhu

Muhu hill fort

Linnuse küla Muhu vald Saare maakond

In 1927 the people of Muhu erected a monument to honour their predecessors who 700 years ago had courageously fought and died in the battle against the crusaders. The author of the magnificent dolomite monument is not known. Archaeologist Jaan Tamm will guide a walk on Muhu hill fort, introducing the pre-history of the area.

Guided tour

Guided tour
In 1927 the people of Muhu erected a monument to honour their predecessors who 700 years ago had courageously fought and died in the battle against the crusaders. The author of the magnificent dolomite monument is not known. Archaeologist Jaan Tamm will guide a walk on Muhu hill fort, introducing the pre-history of the area.

Free

Saturday 18 June de 12:00 à 14:00

Family, Adults, Schoolchildren

Schoolchildren :

Secondary school (11-15 years), Secondary school (15 years and up)

Guided tour at Muhu hill fort.

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