Archaeology tells the story of a certain place. After the excavators are gone and the ground covered over, very little is left of the ground archive at that location. Often the choice is made to 'mark the spot' and make it memorable and recognizable for future generations. For example, complete urn fields have been reconstructed, the wooden poles of farm buildings incorporated in a street plan, streets named after finds or cultures, information boards set up or wander routes laid down. Archaeology is thus integrated into the cultural landscape of today.

Archol has been involved in many reconstructions and can do it for you.