Successful “Celtic Gold” Conference in Mainz, 12-14 May 2022

We are happy and grateful for this informative and interesting conference! After the long break due to Covid, a reunion with many dear colleagues was finally possible again.
Thus, the conference was not only a successful and worthy conclusion of our Gold Project, but at the same time showed new exciting research possibilities for the future thanks to the many stimulating presentations of the international colleagues at the venue or via the internet.

Participants of the Celtic Gold Conference 2022 in Mainz (left to right): Pierre-Yves Milcent, Sylvia Nieto-Pelletier, Fraser Hunter, Alexandre Duriau, Eugène Warmenbol, John Creighton, Axel Posluschny, Anaïs Cheuton, Holger Wendling, Svenja Simon, Thomas Stöllner, Sebastian Fürst, Xosé-Lois Armada, Martin Schönfelder, Barbara Armbruster, Martin Trefný, Roland Schwab, Jana Doležalová, Andrew Fitzpatrick, Jan Schuster, Moritz Numrich, Frank Willer, Holger Becker – (photo: Alexander Dick).

We from the Celtic Gold Team would like to take this opportunity to thank all participants of the conference once again! We are already looking forward to the publication of all these contributions. 

Due to illness, some colleagues had to cancel at short notice, which we regretted very much, but thanks to the live stream via YouTube, everyone was able to watch from home.

We would also like to thank Dr Birgit Heide from the Landesmuseum Mainz for her hospitality and the chance to meet in this unusual venue for a conference: the former state parliament of Rhineland-Palatinate. We are also grateful to the RGZM and Univ.-Prof. Dr. Alexandra W. Busch for the opportunity to hold the evening lecture at the Museum of Ancient Seafaring (Museum für Antike Schifffahrt). 

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