In recent years, numerous exhibitions have acquainted the public with the Celts, Vikings and Lombards as Europe’s early predominant ethnic groups. But not so of the Slavs, the cultural-historic forefathers of Brandenburg. The archaeological study of the Slavic ethnic groups from colonization until the Middle Ages spans some 20 nations in the Slavic language area. Due to many years of political division in the past, it hasn’t been possible to form a comprehensive view of the ancient material culture in South Eastern and Eastern Europe. The remarkable discoveries of artefacts from the 6th to the 12th century shed light on the trade, customs and social life of the Slavs, who at one time formed the largest ethnic group in Europe. International network-building and knowledge transfer are particularly important in planning a large-scale exhibition. Therefore, an expert researcher from the Slavic language area can play a crucial role in this initial phase. In addition to intensifying cooperation with other international museums, the fellow will be in charge of coordinating and researching the subject from various perspectives. The exhibition will be held at the St. Paul monastery in Brandenburg on the Havel River.
Archäologisches Landesmuseum Brandenburg
Neustädtische Heidestraße 28
14776 Brandenburg an der Havel