On 20th March 2017, from 5 p.m. we could hear a very interesting and fascinating lecture from archeologist Yvett Paluch-Kujáni, who works for the Móra Ferenc Museum in Szeged. Last year, she had an opportunity to explore the cultural and archaeological heritages of Henan and Shaanxi provinces in China.
We have traveled back to the periods of Zhou and Han dynastys and Chinese neolitic by her pictures. We could know, how buried at this time, how can imagine an excavation process, how exciting to take part in this huge process, which has been started 40 years ago. The Chinese archeologist students warmly welcomed her and her Hungarian archeologist colleague. It was a huge honor, that they discovered the items with their expertise, what they have found, what was the function of the particular artificat.
After their work have finished, they had time for active rest. They traveled to Xi’an city’s main cultural museums and churches. Explored memorial places, what have been forgotten by local people. It was a big experience to take a view to the tranche of Huangdi and to the restoration workflows. The final highlight of their trip was climb one section on the Chinese Great Wall, they have been walked 4 km on the rugged, winding stairs, but the spectacle speaked for itself.