Zoom FRIET, photo magazine for children | Harold Strak
Zoom FRIET, photo magazine for children | Harold Strak
Zoom FRIET, photo magazine for children | Harold Strak
Zoom FRIET, photo magazine for children | Harold Strak
Zoom FRIET, photo magazine for children | Harold Strak
Zoom FRIET, photo magazine for children | Harold Strak
Zoom FRIET, photo magazine for children | Harold Strak

FRIET, photo magazine for children | Harold Strak

$19.00
"May 26, 2014 sees the first issue of FRIET magazine. The main topic of this publication is archeology for children aged 9 and over in and around Amsterdam.
Issue 1, titled FRIET special, features archaeological discoveries of synthetic materials that were unearthed during the construction of the Noord / Zuidlijn North / South subway line. The magazine contains some 40 objects and fragments, accompanied by their descriptions and a map of Amsterdam showing the excavation sites.s.
The archaeological survey of Noord / Zuidlijn was carried out in the 10-year period 2003-2012 by the Monumenten & amp; Archeology Office of Monuments and Archeology under the supervision of archaeologist Jerzy Gawronski and was commissioned by the Dienst Metro in Amsterdam. During that period, nearly 700,000 items of interest were found, of which nearly 30,000 have been photographed.s.
The most important sites of the Noord / Zuidlijn excavation, which runs directly through the historic center of Amsterdam, were Damrak and the Rokin. The layers of soil at the bottom of the sites, some 25 meters deep, date back to the last Ice Age, which ended 10,000 years ago.
Above this layer was the riverbed of the Amstel River, which used to flow through here. It was about 12 meters deep and was full of archaeological remains in those days, people often threw their waste into the water, or objects fell into the river by accident, sinking deep into the mud.).
The publication is a 48-page photo magazine based on an idea and design by Strak / Van Zoetendaal photographer Harold Strak and graphic designer Willem van Zoetendaal. Each synthetic object is numbered separately and in the final section of the magazine you will find a catalog with the search code, a description, the dimensions and a date in Dutch.s.
Although it is primarily a photo magazine, it can also be used as an educational tool to introduce children to the wonderful world of history and archeology in a playful way helping to recognize broken objects, lost objects, as well as the relationships between objects. . "."

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FRIET, photo magazine for children | Harold Strak

$19.00