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“Junior Archaeologist’s” school launched the educational process for 2015

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The “Junior Archaeologist’s” school launched its  spring trainings for 2015 in “Erebuni” Historical & Archaeological Museum-Reserve on April 29. Greeting   the pupils and their parents, the director of the museum Mr. Gyurjyan,  represented the aim of the course by  highlighting the role of the educational initiatives in the preservation of the archaeological  heritage.

The “Junior Archaeologist’s” school  is a project conducted by the “Erebuni” Historical & Archaeological Museum-Reserve. The author of the idea is the young scientist Miqayel Badalyan, the employee of the museum. The  course consists of theoretical and practical classes. The duration of the theoretical classes is 2 weeks with the 3 lessons per week. While the duration of the practical excavations   is 2 weeks and is carried out  in the special  educational excavation area  near the museum. The main goal of the course is to support  young people with the choice of the profession , as well as to promote the preservation of the archaeological heritage by spreading archaeological knowledge.