This is a short overview of the events we attended as a group. Internal events without access for visitors are not listed.
Our first event of 2022 in the https://www.limeskastell-pohl.de/.
At the Long Night od the Museums, we were able to once more demonstrate our reconstructions.
An event without a program, but with access for the public in the Römermuseum Schwarzenacker.
We took part in a multiperiod reenactment on the Taggerhof near Graz.
Multiperiod-Event in the Freilichtmuseum Heuneburg.
During the Long Night of the Museums, the Hetairoi and the Gentes Danubii were in the Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien to explain Hellenistic cuisine and military history.
Multi-period-event in the Panzermuseum Munster, embedded in the event Stahl auf der Heide.
Summerfestival in the ALM Constance with the focus on "Games, Alchemy, and Medicine - from the Orient to the Occident".
From June 3rd to June 5th 2017 the Hetairoi attended a multiperiod event on the Taggerhof near Graz, Austria. We demonstrated a selection of reconstructed equipment from ancient Greece ranging from the 5th to the 3rd century BCE.
Since our first event was very successful, we, Hetairoi e.V., are pleased to announce that the second event “Cultural diversity – a special view of the Antique“ will take place from 13 - 14 May 2017 in the open-air museum Schwarzenacker again.
Like before "exotic" representations from Neolithic to Late Antiquity are welcome and present.
We are looking forward seeing you again as a performer, or as a visitor.
In cooperation with the Austrian Reenactment Society, the Hetairoi explained the Classical Greek and the Macedonian Phalanx within a demonstration about the evolution of European military history.
On October 2nd and 3rd, the Varusschlacht Museum Kalkriese held the event “Forum Kalkriese” with the theme “Trade and Seafaring in Antiquity”. The Hetairoi demonstrated Hellenistic equipment.
On August 6th/7th the Hetairoi demonstrated Greek equipment from the 5th century to the 2nd century BC on the Freilichtmuseum Heuneburg, as well as a Greek military camp forge.
Living History is now a commonly encountered element of learning history first hand. Every year, in Germany, a number of events in museums are taking place, using this element to introduce the visitors to a particular subject. In relation to antiquity here, larger events have been established to Roman antiquity.In addition to Roman times, there are a number of high quality performers and groups representing different people and epochs.
“Exotic” representations enrich the Living History Hobby enormously, but they very rarely perform on such events. This state of affairs was a call for us, Hetairoi e.V., to bring to life a so-called exotic event, with impressions beginning with the Neolithic age and stretching to late antiquity.
From May 21st to 22nd 2016 the first event of this kind took place in the open air museum Schwarzenacker.
On August 1st/2nd the Hetairoi demonstrated Greek equipment from the 6th century to the 2nd century BC on the Freilichtmuseum Heuneburg.
On the 18th and 19th of July 2015, our South Italian warriors took part in the Roman festival at the interactive museum Terra Vulcanica in Mayen, Germany. Under unsettled but warm weather conditions, the interested public was presented the panoplies and garments of the South Italian peoples of the 4th century B.C. with group presentations, fashion shows and direct dialogue with our members.
In July 2015 the Hetairoi were in the Châteu Châteaubriant to demonstrate Hellenistic equipment and weaponry.
On August 2nd/3rd the Hetairoi demonstrated Greek equipment from the 6th century to the 2nd century BC on the Freilichtmuseum Heuneburg.
On December the 8th the Hetairoi took part in the exhibition “Gods in Colour” in the Kunsthistorische Museum in Vienna/Austria.
On October 6th the Hetairoi were guests of the Gentes Danubii in the Museum of Military History at the Long Night of the Museums in Vienna, Austria.
On Sa, September 22nd and Su, September 23rd, the Hetairoi had the opportunity to take part in the opening of the “Lab for Experimental Archeology” in Mayen, Germany.
As in the year before, the Hetairoi were part of the “Long Night of the Museums” on Sat, Oct. 1st 2011 in the Ephesos-Museum in Vienna, Austria.
In September 2011, the Hetairoi brought ancient Greek history to life for the visitors of the Ephesos-Museum in Vienna, Austria.
Under new direction, the “Fourth Meeting of the ancient Greek World and its neighboring Peoples” took place hosted by the Freilichtmuseum Heuneburg.