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    The Roman Limes as European Cultural Landscape
    Budapest University of Technoloy and Economics – Department of Industrial and Agricultural Building Design
    FUGA, 10-27 February 2014


    From the 21st of July until the 18th of August 17 lecturers and 50 students from Germany, Hungary and Romania have participated at an archaeological field school at the eastern border of Roman Dacia and its vicinity bearing the title: The Roman Limes as European Cultural Landscape – Erasmus IP(RLCL). The project focuses on practice and theory related teaching on the test area of a Roman borderline sector from the province of Dacia. During our work we focused on the localization of watchtowers and definition of the inner structures of the auxiliary forts and settlements belonging to the limes section between the forts of Brâncoveneşti and Sărăţeni (Mureş County, Romania). In the fort of Călugăreni, part of the principia was excavated and in the civilian settlement (vicus) a house located next to a road and part of the bathhouse were unearthed. The excavations were supplemented by an intensive find processing, including restoration and conservation. At the same time, watchtowers have been documented by the means of topographic, geophysical and archaeological surveys. On the weekends the team had excursions to Târgu Mureş, Cluj-Napoca and Sighişoara to have a better understanding of the land and people of the region. In order to promote culture and tourism in the region, the project co-organized a Roman festival in Călugăreni, in which the students actively participated as volunteers, presenting Roman culture and technique to the public – eating habits, cooking and baking traditions, etc. The results of the project were also presented to the public with this occasion.