Conference in the soon to be created Museum of Transylvanian Life
On the 11th September 2015 Alexandru Popa held a special presentation called “The archaeological prospections on the eastern Limes of Roman Dacia and their relevance for architects in landschaft reconstruction”.
The presentation was held at Micloșoara, Covasna County, within a restoration course of heritage buildings, organised by the Kálnoky Foundation and INTBAU (International Network for Traditional Building, Architecture & Urbanism) Scandinavia. The course was initiated by Arne Sødal and Audun Engh from Norway.
In his presentation the project director, Alexandru Popa, spoke about the main past and present methods used in our project to identify the Roman sites – camps, villae, roads etc. still hidden under Transylvanian soils. The focus of the presentation fell upon the role played within modern research by the interdisciplinary activities that the speaker exemplified with the help of his field researches from Baraolt, a site found in vicinity of Micloșoara.
Alexandru Popa among the participants and the organisers of the Restoration Course at Micloșoara.