Report: Gerard Huissen
History, and, of course, archaeology, enjoys an increasing interest nowadays. Throughout the year hundreds of thousands of people visit archaeological excavations, ancient cities and museums. Also organizations that pay attention to these topics, such as Roman Ports, got out there and make some noise. What motivates all those people to look at the past? Of course the art, architecture, etc., but ultimately, we look mainly at the way people lived in the past, what they did, how they set up their lifes and tried to solve their problems. In short: how much did our ancestors differ from us?
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