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Full-day workshop: Bronze casting - blades from the mould

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Learn more about Bronze Age craft techniques. And try it out for yourself.

It takes over 1100° to melt copper and tin. Then the bronze alloy has to be shaped into the desired form. The participants each make an individual stone mould under supervision. Then blades, spearheads or robe pins are cast - each piece is unique.

With Frank Trommer (blacksmith and archaeotechnician, Blaubeuren) and team

For adults - or children from
Learn more about Bronze Age craft techniques. And try it out for yourself.

It takes over 1100° to melt copper and tin. Then the bronze alloy has to be shaped into the desired form. The participants each make an individual stone mould under supervision. Then blades, spearheads or robe pins are cast - each piece is unique.

With Frank Trommer (blacksmith and archaeotechnician, Blaubeuren) and team

For adults - or accompanied children aged 10 and over
Cost: € 98.00, reduced € 78.00 per person, incl. admission and material
Registration required until 10.7.2022

Please note: 
Nebra Ark is open until 30 September 2022. In October, the visitor centre will close due to major renovation and extension work. The Arche Nebra team will still be there for you: For the time of the closure, there are bookable offers in the outdoor area and a creative competition. The site where the Nebra Sky Disk was found will remain accessible in any case. Please check the website www.himmelsscheibe-erleben.de for the progress of the work. The reopening of Nebra Ark is planned for June 2023.
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  • Registration required
  • open air
  • Target group young people
  • Target group adults
98,00 €, reduced 78,00 € per person

When:

Saturday 06.08.22 10:00 - 18:00

Where:

Venue:

Nebra Ark

At the stone block 16
06642 Nebra
Phone: +49 34461 / 25520
fax: +49 34461 / 255217
E-mail: info@himmelsscheibe-erleben.de

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