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Book presentation within the European Heritage Days

24 September 2014

Book presentation
Within the framework of the European Heritage Days, the National Museum of History of Moldova held a presentation of two new publications: the first two numbers of the first volume of the journal Arheologia Preventivă în Republica Moldova (Preventive Archaeology in the Republic of Moldova) published by the National Archaeological Agency and the monograph Moneda otomană în Moldova în perioada 1512-1603 (Ottoman Coins in Moldova from 1512 to 1603) written by a museum researcher Dr. Ana Boldureanu.

The event conducted by the General Director of the National Museum of History of Moldova Dr. Eugen Sava was attended by over 100 participants: researchers, museum specialists, teachers, and students.

Spoke: Monica Babuc, Minister of Culture; Dr. Vlad Vornic, General Director of the National Archaeological Agency and the editor of the presented journal; Professor Ion Niculiță; Dr. Oleg Levițchi, Director of the Institute of Cultural Heritage of the ASM; Dr. Nikolay Tel'nov, Head of the Medieval History Sector of the Institute of Cultural Heritage of the ASM; Dr. Ion Tentiuc, Head of the Archaeology and Ancient History Sector of NMHM; State heraldist Dr. Silviu Tabac; Dr. Ana Boldureanu, author of the monograph, Head of the Medieval History and Numismatics Sector of NMHM.

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Revista Arheologia Preventivă în Republica Moldova, vol. I, nr. 1-2. Chișinău, 2014, 184 p.
Journal Arheologia Preventivă în Republica Moldova (Preventive Archaeology in the Republic of Moldova), volume I, numbers 1-2. Chișinău, 2014, 184 p.

This journal published by the National Archaeological Agency is a periodical publication aimed at the research and promotion of the national archaeological heritage, which addresses specialists and enthusiasts in the field of archeology and history as well as the general public.

The first volume of the journal presents the preliminary results of rescue and preventive archaeological investigations carried out during 2012-2013 by the National Archaeological Agency in collaboration with various specialized institutions: the National Museum of History of Moldova, the Institute of Cultural Heritage of the ASM, the State University of Moldova, the „Ion Creanga" State Pedagogical University, and  the Natural and Cultural Reserve „Old Orhei".

The journal publish the results of investigations carried out at the archaeological sites in the area of the Sarateni-Soroca route (the Neolithic site of Rogojeni, Bronze Age barrows at Rogojeni and Branzenii Noi in the Soldanesti and Telenesti districts); in the Getae fortress of Butuceni (Orhei District); at the Late Antique archaeological sites from Zamciogi (Straseni District), Sagaidacul Nou and Lipoveni (Cimislia District); at the site of the Eneolithic and Late Roman era from Alexandru cel Bun (Soroca District); in the hearth of the Vorniceni village (Straseni District); at the medieval site from Tipova-Defileul Ivanesei (Rezina District); in the old center of the Lapusna village (Hancesti District); in the Raciula Monastery (Calarasi District); in the historical and architectural complexes of the manor of Manuc Bey (Hancesti) and the manor house and arboretum of A. I. Pommer at Taul (Dondusheni District); in the historical center of Chisinau.

Research findings during 2012-2013 bring new and important contributions to understanding of the more or less distant past of our country.

A. Boldureanu. Moneda otomană în Moldova în perioada 1512-1603 (Ottoman Coins in Moldova from 1512 to 1603), Biblioteca „Tyragetia" XXIV, Chisinau, 2013
(click on title for more information on this volume).


 

 


Independent Moldova
Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic
Bessarabia and MASSR between the Two World Wars
Bessarabia and Moldavian Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic in the Period between the Two World Wars
Revival of National Movement
Time of Reforms and their Consequences
Abolition of Autonomy. Bessarabia – a New Tsarist Colony
Period of Relative Autonomy of Bessarabia within the Russian Empire
Phanariot Regime
Golden Age of the Romanian Culture
Struggle for Maintaining of Independence of Moldova
Formation of Independent Medieval State of Moldova
Era of the
Great Nomad Migrations
Early Middle Ages
Iron Age and Antiquity
Bronze Age
Aeneolithic Age
Neolithic Age
Palaeolithic Age

 



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