The representative of the International Council on Monuments and Sites, Ph.D. Douglas Comer, visited the National Museum of Eastern Carpathians
On the 6th June 2014 Ph.D. Douglas Comer, Co-President and Expert Member, ICOMOS International Scientific Committee on Archaeological Heritage Management (ICAHM) – consultative structure of UNESCO, visited the National Museum of Eastern Carpathians (MNCR) at the invitation of the institution’s manager, PhD. Valerii Kavruk. One of this visit’s goals was to gather information upon the state of the multidisciplinary researches conducted within “The Roman Border in eastern Dacia Province” project, on the roman limes segment from south-eastern Transylvania. After discussing the main outcomes of the researches so far, Ph.D. Douglas Comer visited the Museum’s permanent archaeology exhibition “The Păuleni Ciuc Dâmbul Cetăţii prehistoric settlement”. Further discussions took place with dr. habil. Alexandru Popa, director of “The Roman Border in eastern Dacia Province” project, and Ph.D. Valerii Kavruk, the Museum’s manager, during a field trip, while visiting the roman Camps from Breţcu and Comălău-Reci, both situated in Covasna County. The two roman Camps are true “jewels” of the roman limes in south-east Transylvania, offering many non-destructive research opportunities of the roman Camps of Dacia.