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International excavation, Porolissum, Roman camp (2nd century AD), (Romania)

In 1984, an underground building was discovered in the center of the Roman fort Porolissum, on the Dacian Limes in northwest Romania. Finds from two probes indicated that it could be a mithraeum.
The aim of the joint teaching excavation, which was scheduled for several years and was carried out for the first time in August 2009, is to carefully uncover the building and clarify its function. Parallel to the excavations, the students and lecturers at the FH Erfurt carry out the first conservation and restoration treatments on the freshly recovered pieces (coins, ceramic parts, plasters with paintings / architectural settings). After completion of the overall project, the building is to be preserved and presented to the public in the Archaeological Park of Porolissum.
All work is integrated into an international university interest group of teachers and students, which consists of archaeologists, architects, archaeobotanists, restorers and surveyors. ERASMUS supports the work within an intensive program, which makes it possible to bring together students from different disciplines and to provide them with in-depth, interdisciplinary education in archaeological field work.
A collaborative project
- the Winckelmann Institute of the Humboldt University, Berlin (Germany),
- the Chair of Ancient History and Archeology at Babeş-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca (Romania)
- the Archeology of the Roman Provinces (AdRP) of the Archaeological Institute of the University, Cologne (Germany)
- the field of conservation and restoration at the Erfurt University of Applied Sciences (Germany),
- the Institute of Architecture at the University of Technology and Economics, Budapest (Hungary).


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