News and reports
For some years now, members of the association have spent a weekend once a year as night watchmen on the Roman fortification in Haltern. In mid-January it was that time again.
The 2022 season ended for us last weekend with a small, atmospheric performance at Limes fort Pohl.
At the end of June, we pitched our tents for a relaxed Roman weekend in front of the Roman Museum in the Xanten Archaeological Park.
On the occasion of the nomination of the Lower Germanic Limes as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, we set up camp at the town festival in Monheim am Rhein.
In bright sunshine, we started up the field baking oven at the Haltern Roman Museum at the end of March.
For a long time, our schedule was quite empty this year, but the end of the season was still busy.
Insights, Projects & More
The last cleaning work has been done and soon our Manuballista will be part of the state exhibition in the Haltern Roman Museum.
A detailed 3D model of our reconstruction of a legionary tent is to be created from several thousand photos.
In a detailed project report, our signifer looks back on many hours of work in building his new armour.
A new, didactic handbook takes a scholarly look at the various manifestations of Living History.