Abstract title Castle and Landscape in the Longue Durée: an Introduction to the Walhain Project Author: Young, Bailey K., Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL , United States of America The ruins of Walhain Castle, located at the edge of the medieval core of a village which has kept its agricultural character to this day, has … Continue reading Sneak preview of our 2017 EuRHO panel “Walhain: Modernizing a Medieval Lordship in Brabant, 1530s-1820s”
Work on the Walhain-St-Paul Project doesn't begin and end with the summer field school, it continues all year round for the members of the research team. A significant part of our jobs as archaeologists is to report and interpret of our findings. Excavation is (usually) fun, but it doesn't do much to further our knowledge … Continue reading Sharing Our Research: The Site Open House and Professional Conferences
Although we'd originally planned to be in the field this summer, we recently found out that our Belgian partner, the Centre de Recherches Archeologiques Nationales (CRAN), will be relocating their operations to a more central location in Louvain-la-Neuve. The CRAN will be plenty busy with the move this summer and unable to host and co-sponsor an excavation. … Continue reading Plans for 2017
Welcome to the new and (hopefully) improved Walhain-Saint-Paul Project website! We're messing around a bit, so please pardon our dust. Also, I have yet to figure out why the pictures in previous posts are now all wonky. This is not the fault of the posts' authors. I blame the computer.