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Program of the IRM2012 - the lectures

 

To differ from usual reenactment markets or museum's events, the the IRM follows a unique concept which incorporates also lectures. These lectures will cover topics ranging from history, historical reconstructions, re-enactment, living history to just experiencing past times.

The following lectures will be held on the IRM:

Saturday, 31.03.201214:00 - 14:30lecture Roman glass furnace experiments
  14:30 - 15:00lecture Roman cooking*
 15:00 - 15:30lecture reconstruction of Ironage textiles
 16:00 - 16:30lecture Celtic glass beads
  16:30 - 17:00lecture Roman cooking*
 17:00 - 17:30lecture Celtic textiles and jewellery
18:30 - 19:00

lecture blacksmithing reconstructions of pugio and gladius

 

Sunday, 1.04.201214:00 - 14:30lecture Roman glass furnace experiments
  14:30 - 15:00lecture Roman cooking*
 15:00 - 15:30lecture reconstruction of Ironage textiles
 16:00 - 16:30lecture Celtic glass beads
  16:30 - 17:00lecture Roman cooking*
 17:00 - 17:30lecture Celtic textiles and jewellery

* These lectures on Roman cooking will of course be held in the Villa Borg's reconstructed Roman kitchen, all of the others in the media room.

 

Lectures on saturday and sunday:

14:00 - 14:30

Frank Wiesenberg's (www.glasrepliken.de / www.romanglassmakers.de) lecture about experiments with reconstructed Roman glass furnaces:

"Die Quarley Furnace Projects und Velzeke Furnace Projects - Chancen für Archäologen und Glasmacher an rekonstruierten roemischen Glasoefen"


Foto: www.glasrepliken.de

14:30 - 15:00 and 16:30 - 17:00

Edgar Comes's (Milites Bedensis) lecture about Roman cooking:

"Antike schmecken"

Follow Edgar Comes to the firepits of a culinaric epoch.

At the 2nd International Reenactment Market in the Roman Villa Borg our author Edgar Comes (Das Roemer Kochbuch) will present an entertaining lecture on Roman cooking.

Since many years “De re coquinaria” is a secret tip among gourmets. A good reason for Edgar Comes to destroy some old cliche, which presented the Roman cooking as being very strang, because the wrinkling of one'Äs nose caused by the excessive use of fish sauce and many herbs absolutely contrasts the taste of a Roman six course menu.

In order to convince yourself of the plasing taste of Antiquity, Edgar Comes will present some samples of his book's recicpes after his lecture.

DAS ROEMER KOCHBUCH was honoured with the World Cookbook Award as being the best German cook book in the category “Italian Cuisine”.

Edgar Comes, born 1964, was interested in Roman history from his early childhood days on. In 1988 he joined the “Milites Bedenses”, a group for experimental archoelogy in Bitburg, which is active and participates in important Roman events all around Europe. Being a passionate hobby cook, the author devoted himself to Roman cooking. His workshops and cooking courses teach others the secrets of Roman cooking.

Source: http://www.felix-ag.de/wordpress/ (translation by editor)

15:00 - 15:30

Marled Mader's (Archaeotechnik textile Flaeche) lecture about textile reconstructions:

"Koeper, oder was? - Ueberlegungen und Erfahrungen zur eisenzeitlichen Stoffreproduktion, vom Garn bis zum fertigen Kleidungsstueck"

16:00 - 16:30

Christin Barthelmie's (derglasperlenmacher) lecture about Celtic glass beads:

"Die Geschichte der Glasperlen - Von den Anfaengen bis zur Zeitenwende"


Foto: derglasperlenmacher

 

16:30 - 17:00

Edgar Comes's (Milites Bedensis) lecture about Roman cooking:

"Antike schmecken"

see lecture 14:30-15:00

17:00 - 17:30

Sylvia Crumbach's (Archaeotechnik Crumbach) lecture about textiles and jewellery for Celts:

"Archaeologie in Bilder kleiden? - Ueberlegungen zur Schmuck und Kleidung fuer 'Kelten'"

The first six saturday's lectures will be repeated on sunday.

 

The additional lecture on saturday evening:

On the saturday evening,the lecture will lead from the IRM's market hours over to the comfortable end of the day including the "Reenactment-Season-Opening-BBQ".

18:30 - 19:00 (on saturday only!)

Juergen Grassler's (Schorsch der Schmied) lecture about blacksmithing reconstructions of a Roman pugio and gladius

 

All lectures will be held in the media room of the Roman Villa Borg - except the lectures on Roman cooking, which will of course be held in the Villa Borg's reconstructed Roman kitchen.
The lectures will be held in German language.

 

(Details may be subject to change.)




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