Stonehenge exhibition extended due to popular demand
The exhibition "Stonehenge. Hidden Landscape "at the MAMUZ Museum Mistelbach is extended by one year due to popular demand - with more and updated content that also shows latest research findings by the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Archaeological Prospection and Virtual Archaeology.
The latest findings of the Stonehenge Hidden Landscape Project were brought to light by the team of researchers from the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Archaeological Prospection and Virtual Archaeology (LBI ArchPro) and the University of Birmingham. Co-director of the research project and Scientist of the Year 2015, Wolfgang Neubauer, has curated the exhibition: “With geomagnetic prospection and ground-penetrating radar measurements, an underground area of more than 14 km² around the stone circle was examined. This led to new discoveries which again help us understand the cult landscape around Stonehenge."
In 2016 these sensational results were presented to the public for the first time in a fascinating exhibition at MAMUZ Mistelbach bringing a record-setting year to the museum with more than 80.000 visitors.
- MAMUZ “Stonehenge - A Hidden Landscape” website: http://www.mamuz.at/de/das-museum/museum-mistelbach/ausstellungen-museum-mistelbach/3-stonehenge-verborgene-landschaft
- LBI ArchPro Stonehenge case study website: http://lbi-archpro.org/cs/stonehenge/