MIC Verona, Rovigo e Vicenza
Bernisches Historisches Museum
Soprintendenza Cantone Ticino
Département de l’économie, de la sécurité et de la culture
Archeonaute Onlus was founded in 2010. The association includes professional archaeologists and experts in cultural heritage studies. The association is aimed at the valorization and dissemination of archaeological and historical heritage.
Archeonaute Onlus coordinates the management, public access, and visits for 3 archaeological sites in Verona (Criptoportico capitolino di Corte Sgarzerie; villa romana di Valdonega e area archeologica di Via San Cosimo 3), various didactical activities, and is involved in the preparation of exhibitions, congresses, and refresher courses for professionals.
The role of Archeonaute Onlus in CELTUDALPS will include the dissemination of the results via web updates, conferences, interviews.
Osteoarc – APS is an Association of osteoarchaeological research and popularization. Since 2013 our activities are basically practice on archaelogical material and are directed to schools, professionals, enthusiasts and children. The aim of Osteoarc is to promote knowledge of anthropological and archaeozoological disciplines including by the realize innovative research projects.
Osteoarc contributionto the CELTUDALPS project aims to popularize results and phases of research throught events as workshops for children and adults, interviews with researchers and themed games.
Bernisches Historisches Museum
The Bernisches Historisches Museum is one of the most important Museums of cultural history in Switzerland. Its historical, archaeological and ethnographic collections include approximately 500,000 objects dating from the Stone Age to the present and representing cultures from all over the world. The BHM is part of the dissemination strategy of the CELTUDALPS project. It will help to disseminate to the larger public the scientific outputs of the project by means of didactic activities and public events.
With a name driven for the reference site for the second Iron Age in Europe (La Tène, near Neuchâtel), the Laténium is the largest archaeology museum in Switzerland. Its collections amount to over half a million objects — mainly regional archaeological findings covering an uninterrupted period from the Middle Paleolithic to Modern Times and including numerous reference assemblages on a national or international scale. Holder of the Museum Award of the Council of Europe, the Laténium has also been distinguished with the Medal for public dissemination of archaeology by the International Union of Pre- and Protohistoric Sciences. The museum also houses the premises and facilities of the archaeological service of the State of Neuchâtel, as well as the Chair for Prehistory of the Archaeological Institute of the University Neuchâtel. The Laténium is both scientific and dissemination partner of the CELTUDALPS project, and will help to disseminate to the larger public the scientific outputs of the project.
Based in Villa Balladoro (Povegliano Veronese), the Association Balladoro was founded on February 6, 1977 with a voluntary nature and with the aim of promoting the local cultural and natural heritages. Among various activities including the organization of painting and sculpture exhibitions, the association has a preeminent role in the archaeological field, at both PoveglianoVeronese and the surrounding areas. This has led through the years to a number of important results, e.g. the discovery of a Bronze Age settlement and of a Longobard necropolis in the localities of Muraiola and Ortaia, respectively, as well as the identification, recovery and restoration of Celtic burials at Madonna l’ Uva Secca and in the area surrounding the industrial zone of Povegliano.