Monthly Archives: December 2006

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

We wish you all a very Happy Christmas and a successful and prosperous New Year! We look forward to seeing you in Zadar in September! Anthony Harding, President of the European Association of Archaeologists Alan Saville, General Editor of the … Continue reading

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Archaeology and Modernity

One of the ambitions of this blog is to publicize and further discuss the reviews published in the European Journal of Archaeology. In issue 8 (2), Bruno David of Monash University, Australia, reviewed this volume: Julian Thomas, Archaeology and Modernity. … Continue reading

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Conference review: Capturing the Public Value of Heritage

George S. Smith reviews the conference ‘Capturing the Public Value of Heritage‘, held 25-26 January 2006 at the Royal Geographic Society in London: The conference drew together a diverse audience of some 400 people to discuss the value of heritage … Continue reading

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Non-destructive archaeology

One of the ambitions of this blog is to publicize and further discuss the reviews published in the European Journal of Archaeology. In issue 8 (2) Mark Gillings of the University of Leicester, UK, reviewed this volume: Martin Gojda (ed.) … 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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Teddybear Archaeology

Christmas window display at Kaufhof Galeria, Cologne, Hohe Strasse. Photograph by Geoff Carver 2006. Has anybody seen anything like this elsewhere in the world? Please send an image!

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