Category Archives: EAA Matters

Call for Nominations: The European Archaeological Heritage Prize 2007

Willem Willems has asked us to issue this call for nominations for The European Archaeological Heritage Prize 2007: The European Association of Archaeologists instituted the European Archaeological Heritage Prize in 1999. An independent committee awards the prize annually to an … Continue reading

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EAA statement on the recent destruction of an archaeological site in Bulgaria

The European Association of Archaeologists has issued the following statement on the recent destruction of an archaeological site in Bulgaria: The EAA has learnt with dismay of the destruction of the Late Neolithic pit sanctuary at Dana Bunar near Lyubimets, … Continue reading

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TEA 26 published

The 26th edition of The European Archaeologist is now available in the member’s section of the EAA website. Among many interesting items, it includes session summaries from the EAA Annual Meeting in Krakow and reports from recent archaeological work in … Continue reading

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EAA Membership

Joining EAA has never been easier! Membership can now be obtained directly from the online secure form at the EAA website. Included with EAA membership are the 3 annual issues of the EJA.

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An Update on Allianoi

The EAA has been involved in the efforts to save the Graeco-Roman thermal town of Allianoi in Turkey from flooding. Here is an update from The Guardian on Allianoi and other sites in Turkey that are under threat from the … Continue reading

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A letter from the TEA editor

Michael Potterton, editor of The European Archaeologist, the EAA newsletter, has sent us the following email: Dear EAA Members, Hello from the editor of TEA: The European Archaeologist! It was great to see and talk with many of you at … Continue reading

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EAA Elections 2006

Please remember to vote in this year’s EAA elections. Ballot forms and more information can be found on the EAA members’ page.

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TEA published

The European Archaeologist (TEA), the newsletter of the EAA, has just been published again. Issue 25 contains, among others, a short report by our President Anthony Harding about “That Bosnian Pyramid” and an obituary of Andrew Sherratt who died last … Continue reading

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EAA Election Nominations

The EAA is seeking candidates among its members for positions on the Executive and Editorial Boards.

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