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Mele, Marko; Štuhec, Seta
The Iron-Age-Danube project is part of the EU-program Interreg Danube Transnational Programme/ DTP and is funded by the European Regional Development Fund. Duration of the project is between 1st January 2017 and 30th of September 2019. Between April 2017 and October 2018 eleven, project partners and nine associated partners from five countries (Austria, Croatia, Hungary, Slovakia and Slovenia) conducted researches with modern technologies on the archaeological heritage of the Early Iron Age (Hallstatt period) in the frame of four international Archaeological Camps (Camp Austria 2017, Camp Croatia 2017, Camp Slovenia 2018 and Camp Hungary 2018). Furthermore, the project partners established common international strategies for research, protection and sustainable touristic use of archaeological heritage in the whole Danube area. As a tool for the implementation of the strategies, a database was created in collaboration with the Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities (ACDH) / Austrian Academy of Sciences, that helps to evaluate and understand the Iron Age heritage in the term of research activities, the status of monument protection and potential for touristic use. The collected data are accessible to researchers and the general public (https://iron-age-danube.eu/).
This is the Supporting document for the development of the Iron Age landscapes strategies in the Danube region (Output 3.2).
Interreg_Iron-Age-Danube_Evaluation of the IAD database.pdf