Sunday, 14 June 2020

The JFArchaeology 2020 community archaeology field season kicks off on June 22nd!

Lot´s of exciting excavations coming up this season when we excavate sites from the stone-age to the Second World War in 13 different locations.

The starting point this year is Espoo Kläppkärr where we continue the research of a well preserved dwelling site dating to the early comb ceramic and corded ware cultures.

Espoo, Kläppkärr.

After a weeks rest after this its time for the 2020 excavation in Vantaa Jokiniemi a site renowned for it´s anthropomorphic clay figurines and rich finds from the typical and late comb ceramic cultures.

Vantaa, Jokiniemi.

In mid July we will be excavating the WW2 battlefields of the Hanko front. It is still possible to register for this excavation  by contacting Hangö Sommaruni!! https://hangosommaruni.fi/

Hanko 1941.

August will be a very busy month indeed with excavations in several different locations. First neolithic stone-age sites in Raseborg, Porvoo, Kirkkonummi and Kimito and Kouvola and last WW2 Conflict Archaeology in Hanko (possiby the German transition camp).

Porvoo, Vävarsbacka II.

In mid September we will continue our research of the beautiful riverside stone-age settlement in Lohja with both schools and archaeology enthusiasts.

Lohja, Kittiskoski E.

The season will then be rounded off in October with an excavation of the historic Annisto homestead with children from Vuoreksen koulu.

Tampere, Annisto.

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