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  DIRECŢII DE CERCETARE  
     
 

Cercetare fundamentală în domeniul arheologiei, numismaticii, istoriei antice a românilor şi istoria artei medievale româneşti. Institutul este implicat în coordonarea principalelor proiecte arheologice naţionale, dar de asemenea colaborăm în proiecte internaţionale bazate în principal pe studiul teoretic.

Principala direcţie de cercetare a departamentului arheologic este arheologia sistematică, dar escavările naţionale recente nu trebuie ignorate. Cercetările privind istoria artei sunt orientate către programele de cercetare fundamentale conduse de Academia Română.

PREZENTAREA PROGRAMELOR DE CERCETARE

Arheologie
1. Contribuţii aduse istoriei Transilvaniei – împărţite pe 13 proiecte de cercetare.
2. Săpături arheologice şi cercetări de teren – 2 programe naţionale de săpături de recuperare şi mai multe cercetări sistematice (slab finanţate).

Istoria Artei
3. Enciclopedia artei medievale şi premoderne din România.

 
     
  PROGRAME  
  PROGRAME NAŢIONALE
Săpături arheologice:
- Programul naţional "Roşia Montană" (2001-2005);
- Programul naţional "Autostrada" (2004-2007);


Programe fundamentale ale Academiei Române:
"Tratatul de Istorie a României", colaborare Dr. Ion Stanciu şi Prof. Dr. Marius Porumb.

Altele:
- Istoria României. Compendiu (editori Ioan Aurel Pop, Ioan Bolovan), Institutul Cultural Român, Bucureşti 2004 - colaborare Dr. C.H. Opreanu şi Dr. A. Rustoiu.
- "History of Romania" Compedium


PROGRAME INTERNATIONALE
- Prima misiune arheologică românească în Italia - Săpături la "Villa di Traiano" de la Acinazzo Romano (provincia Roma) în colaborare cu Soprintendenza Archeologica per il Lazio (2001-2002);
- Transformation. The emergence of a common culture in the Northern Provinces of the Roman Empire from Britain to the Black Sea up to 212 A.D. - program de cercetare sub egida Comisiei Europene, programul "Cultura 2000" ( 2004-2007);
- Proiectul IDEA-L (Internet Database for European Arheology - Literature) în cooperare cu Institutul Arheologic German - Roemisch - Germanisch Kommission Frankfurt am Main (2007-2009);


PROGRAME INTERNATIONALE IN DESFASURARE



Project acronym: ArcheoDanube
Project title: Archaeological Park in urban areas as a tool for Local Sustainable Development
Programme: Interreg Danube
Duration: 07/2020 - 12/2022

Partner countries:Slovenia, Hungary, Romania, Croatia, Germany, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Austria, Moldova, Bosnia-Hercegovina, Serbia, Bulgaria.
DANUBE cultural heritage in the cities is rich and diverse, but under pressure (due to the lack of common policies, know-how and resources). All the partners are confronted with the same challenges: how to incorporate and present the archaeological heritage into the contemporary social environment, how to incorporate in the urban parts of the cities, how to integrate preserved remains within buildings and areas of the towns for presentations (example: integration of sustainable mobility), how to provide the sustainable development and how to achieve the economic impact and visibility beyond the local level (cultural tourism).
The project will improve and intensify cooperation among relevant actors in DTP in order to preserve, support and valorize cultural heritage through archaeological parks as products in cities for development of archeotourism. The project paves way for preparation of concrete plans, trainings, tools for preservation and presentation and concreate small pilot actions, for improving effectiveness of heritage sites management in support implementation of new initiatives in tourism (archaeotourism). All results are representative for other Danube regions and relevant for the entire area.
Having said this, the consortium convenes in understanding archaeological parks as a tool by which the local communities can manage, control and protect their heritage resources. Moreover, they are a good to connect the local culture, which represents an important period of human history, with the global culture.
In order for our heritage values to remain preserved and make them accessible to contemporary and future generations, it is imperative to develop and advance an integrated planning concept. The project will provide an understanding of archaeological parks as an integrated concept between archaeological heritage/urban development of the city and cultural tourism.

ArcheoDanube project is co-funded by the European Union Funds (ERDF, IPA, ENI) and the Romanian Government.
ArcheoDanube este un proiect co-finantat de Uniunea Europeana, prin instrumentele de finantare ERDF, IPA si ENI, si Guvernul Romaniei.
Project facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ArcheoDanube/
Project website link: http://www.interreg-danube.eu/archeodanube

 
   
 
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