Audioguide: Permanent Archaeological Exhibition

Description

1. floor - Fluctuating Climatic Conditions

2. floor - Sedentary Civilisations

3. floor - Slavic Settlement to Industrial Revolution

Stations of this Audioguide

100
Welcome
101
Prologue
102
Research History
103
Glaciers in Saxony
104
Habitats During the Glacial State
105
Saxony's Oldest Archaeological Finds
131
Sea Urchin Deposit
132
Stratigraphy and Dating
106
Out of Africa
133
Reconstruction of the Skull from Steinheim
134
Darwin's Theory of Evolution
107
Neanderthal Encampment and Workshop
135
Sprotta Hand Axe
136
Birch Tar
108
Neanderthals - Research History
109
Glass Neanderthal
110
Genetic Research
111
The Late Ice-Age Habitat
112
Groitzsch Encampment
113
Homo Sapiens' Tools
114
Imagination
137
Slate Platelet with Horse Engraving
115
Reichwalde Wood
138
Dating Methods
116
Mesolithic Age Habitat
117
Mesolithic Workshop
118
Nadelwitz Grave
119
Epilogue - The Neolithic in Asia Minor-Anatolia
201
Foreword
202
Neolithic Well
240
Finds in Wells
203
Pottery Deposit
204
Environment in the Neolithic Period
205
Agricultural Implements and Crops
206
Domestic Animals
241
The Neolithic Diet
207
Wood as Resource
208
Linear Pottery Houses
209
Stone Workshop
210
The Zschernitz Adonis
211
Model of Settlement
212
Stroke-Ornamented Pottery in the Middle Neolithic
213
Funerary Rites
214
Cattle Burials in the Globular Amphora Culture
215
Corded Ware and Bell Beaker Culture
216
Corde Ware Cemeteries
217
Oldest Copper in Saxony
218
The Bronze Age
219
Metallurgy
220
Metal Craft and Metal Working
221
Salt
222
Deposits of Bronze Objects
223
Speargead from Kyhna
224
Hoard of Bronze Vessels
225
Bronze Age Pottery
226
Funerary Rites in the Bronze Age
227
Block Excavation
228
Soul Birds
229
Urns with Human Face Designs
230
Cabinet of Mirrors
231
Clothes in the Iron Age - Woman of Treben
232
Clothes in the Time of the Imperial Period - Man of Zauschwitz
233
Settlements in the Time of the Roman Imperial Period
234
Saxony in the Migration Period
235
Grave of the Niemberger Group
236
Epilogue
301
Prologue – Anton Dietrich Picture
302
From the Meissen Myth
303
High Middle Ages - The Great Expansion
304
Breunsdorf in the 12th Century
305
Castles - Centers of Power
306
Excursion - Count Wiprecht of Groitzsch
307
Establishing Monasteries
308
Excursion - Hoards of Medieval Knowledge
309
12th Century Town Foundations
310
Mining Towns in the High Middle Ages
311
Excursion - Zwickau Councillors
312
Everyday Life through the Ages
330
Everyday Life and War
313
Mining - The Cradle of Saxonian Wealth
331
Fourth Book and the Art of Mining
332
First Book - Education and Sustainability
314
Reformation
333
Elisabeth of Rochlitz
315
Saxony State Archive
316
Crisis and Education
334
Karl Benjamin Preusker
317
Railway and Industry
318
Nature - Source of New Energy
319
Epilogue