The planked road inside the fortress wall - a full wall painting matching the original planks displayed in-situ on the floor..
A museologic case-story on the process and the phases of producing a site-exhibition in 2008. The exhibition displays the life inside the fortressed Viking Age city Aros (Aarhus) around year 950. The site-exhibition is a part of Moesgård Museum, who excavated the site in 1963-64, before a new bank was to be built. The concrete basement was later used for the first site-exhibition.
The 2008 Exhibition layout and design: Jens Kirkeby. Writer: Martin Djupdræt. Archaeological supervising: Hans Skov. Wall paintings: Erik Sørensen. Restauration and technique: The staff at Moesgård Museum.
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