MACEDONIA AND GREECE EXPLORING ARCHEOLOGICAL LANDSCAPES
Macedonian and Greek archeologists will start a cross border acheological exploring in the Southern Pelagonia Valley and the north of Greece, Makfax news agency reported.
The project is of a crossboundary nature and it is organized by the Bitola institute and museum, the Aristotle university of Solun and the Macedonian museum. Four representatives of Macedonia and Greece will be included in the project.
The biggest objective of the exploring is to collect data on the Bronze age. They will visit the sites near Bitola's villages Karamani and Radobor in Macedonia and the sites near Janitsa in Northern Greece.
"There will be no archeological excavations or direct conservations in the course of the research on Bronze Age," said the archeologist Engin Nasuh of the Bitola's Museum. He added that there will be access routes to archeological sites, project promotion and marketing.
Also there will be created a website, including CD's and a catalogue soon. The project will run in the next 18 months and is financially supported by the Council of Europe.
MD: So long the Greeks don't start digging into Macedonian soil and taking artifacts out of it, everything is cool.