PRODUCTS

SPICE MIX

The natural ingredients used in the preparation of teas, tea mixtures and spice mixtures contain substances with beneficial physiological effect, the effectiveness of which is proved in many cases by pharmacopoeias in addition to authentic literature sources.
Ingredients are based on archaeological finds and sources.

ARCHAEOLOGICAL BACKGROUND
We know from archaeological research that in the past, some plants were domesticated and grown for consumption, while others were harvested in the wild. Since the plant remains can, under certain conditions, be preserved for a longer period of time, they are often discovered by archaeologists during excavations. The discovered plant remains and their quantities enable archaeologists to reconstruct what people ate during a certain time period.


Variations:
- ingredients of the 'venison mix': coriander, bay leaf, juniper berries, pepper grass, chives.
- ingredients of the 'meat mix': mustard seeds, cumin, parsley, celery.
- ingredients the 'bread mix': coriander, cumin, mustard seeds, fennel, anise

Purchase from:
Dorottya Kékegyi and Sándor Kovács
email: dorkafuszerhaza@gmail.com
www.facebook.com/dorkafuszerhaz
Mágyás Király u. 30.
H-6621 Derekegyház


 

IRON AGE EXPERIENCE DINNER

In the restaurant Stari Fenjeri you can pre-order and try an authentic Early Iron Age Menu.

Among many specialties from the local cuisine, guests can pre-order an authentic Early Iron Age menu. The dishes served are prepared outdoors and made from the ingredients that were used during the Early Iron Age on the site Kaptol, as archaeological excavations on the site have confirmed


MENU:
Starter:
Local cheese, pickled or fresh vegetables and smoked pork

Main dishes:
•    Broad bean, millet and nettle porridge with bacon, cooked in a kettle
•    Barley porridge with nettles, cooked in a kettle
•    Wheat bread with flax and spices, baked under a baking lid Smoked trout
•    Pork liver with apples, baked on a stone
•    Pork belly coated in honey, baked on a stone
•    Pork neck, roasted over an open fire
Drinks (per person):
•    Aperitif, wine, fruit juice and “Turkish” style coffee/herbal tea
 

Purchase from
Krčma Stari Fenjeri
Restaurant
Turnić 2a, 34000,Croatia
e-mail: info@stari-fenjeri.com
Tel.:+385-99-274-2222
 

For terms and conditions, please see the voucher or contact the restaurant.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Find the Iron  Age  Dinner  Voucher  at  the selling points!


 

TOURIST MAP

Find the sites and the selling points on Iron Age Danube Route with our map.

PURCHASE FROM
Archaeolingua Alapítvány
H-1067 Budapest, Teréz krt. 13.
e-mail: info@archaeolingua.hu
Tel./Fax: +36 1 375-8939



 

IADR 2020 CALENDAR

Table calendar with sites you can visit on the Iron Age Danube Route.

PURCHASE FROM
Archaeolingua Alapítvány
H-1067 Budapest, Teréz krt. 13.
e-mail: info@archaeolingua.hu
Tel./Fax: +36 1 375-8939


 

IADR POSTCARDS

Postcards with motifs from the Iron Age sites you can visit on the Iron Age Danube Route


PURCHASE FROM
Archaeolingua Alapítvány
H-1067 Budapest, Teréz krt. 13.
e-mail: info@archaeolingua.hu
Tel./Fax: +36 1 375-8939


 

METAL PENDANT

Clothing accessories from Stettweg from the Early Iron Age (end of the 7th century BC).
Made after the design of a rectangular bronze sheet with rattle pendants from a burial moyund in Strettweg near Judenburg (Austria).
Motifs characteristic for the Early Iron Age were made on the bronze plates by a metalworking technique in which metal is ornamented or shaped with a hammer and a chisel from the reverse to create a design in low relief.
You can find the original at the Archaeology Museum, Universalmuseum Joanneum in Graz.


PURHASE FROM
Andreas Proksch
A-8160 Thannhausen, Felsenweg 5.
e-mail: andreas.proksch@kormans.at
www.kormans.at
Tel.:+43(0)6766412449

 

MINIATURE POTTERY VESSEL SET

This group of miniature vessels is exhibited in the Archaeological Museum, Universalmuseum in Graz, Austria.
They are miniature copies of much larger vessel types, which were found in burial mounds as grave goods.

They were usually attributed to the graves of individuals identified as people of high social status.
The vessel are decorated with graphite painting, which was very popular during the Early Iron Age.

The vessels can be dated from the 7th to mid 6th century BC.


PURCHASE FROM
Christian Keramik
Straßgangerstraße 75 A-8010 Graz
e-mail: office@keramik.or.at
www.keramikforum.at


 

CERAMIC PENDANT WITH LOGO

Based on a rattle originally cast in bronze hanging on a bronze lid. The original decorated vessel is from the Kröllkogel princely burial mound in Kleinklein near Großklein in Austria.
Pendants like these were used to decorate various objects and it is believed that the noise they made kept the evil spirits away.

The original decorated lid, whisc can be dated to 6th century BC, is exibited in Archaeology Museum, Universalmuseum Joanneum in Graz in Austria.

PURCHASE FROM
Christian Keramik
Straßgangerstraße 75 A-8010 Graz
e-mail: office@keramik.or.at
www.keramikforum.at 


 

MULTILINGUAL BOOKLET WITH IRON AGE RECIPES

You have already probably walked on the remains of archaeological heritage from the early Iron Age (between 800 and 400 BC), without even noticing it.
This period of wealth in Eastern and Central Europe, when people mined iron ore and salt, lived in fortified hillfort settlements, and erected monumental burial mounds, came to an abrupt end; however, their monumental graves and defensive walls are still shaping the present-day landscape."Find everything about the Iron Age in the Danube Basin in one booklet.
 

PURCHASE FROM
Archaeolingua Alapítvány
H-1067 Budapest, Teréz krt. 13.
e-mail: info@archaeolingua.hu
Tel./Fax: +36 1 375-8939

 

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Iron Age Danube Route Association
Trg Nikole Šubića Zrinskog 19
HR-10000
Zagreb
Croatia

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