Monthly Archives: April 2007

Archaeological Film Festival of Brussels

Serge Lemaitre wrote: We are proud to present the 7th edition of the International Archaeological Film Festival of Brussels, Belgium. It will take place in Brussels, the 23rd till the 25th of November 2007. Like the past six editions, it … Continue reading

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Cotswold Archaeology are hiring

Cotsworld Archaeology are looking for project archaeologists/ archaeologists. More information is available here.

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New best practice guide for the marine historic environment

A press release from COWRIE: Wessex Archaeology Ltd, commissioned by COWRIE Ltd, has produced a guidance to promote the development of best practice in relation to the marine historic environment for the offshore renewable energy sector. With the emergence of … Continue reading

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Registration for the Zadar meeting now open!

A message from Sylvie Kvetinová, the EAA administrator: It is my pleasure to notify you about the registration form for the EAA conference in Zadar, which is finally available online. Reduced fee registration is until June 30, so please make … Continue reading

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Memories of Müll

“Thank you for littering” – “Danke, dass ihr Müll macht”, steht in Gold auf seinem T-Shirt. Justin Gignac freut sich, wenn Leute ihren Abfall einfach auf der Straße fallen lassen. Denn er macht Geld damit. Packt mehrere ausgewählte Stücke in … Continue reading

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Archaeological summer camp on Sicily

Emilia Bella writes: Arriving at the 9th organization with more than 900 Italian and foreign participants involved in a holiday of sun, sea and of archaeological discoveries, the summer camps of Kalat Project have made possible until now the discovery … Continue reading

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EJA 8 (3) now available online

Issue 8 (3) of the European Journal of Archaeology is now available online. It contains the following: Articles Pierre Allard: Surplus Production of Flint Blades in the Early Neolithic of Western Europe: New Evidence From Belgium Peter Halkon and Jim … Continue reading

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CFP: Spondylus session at EAA 2007

Fotis Ifantidis is looking for co-organizer(s) and contributors to a planned session at the EAA 2007 conference in Zadar: A Spondylus session: New data, new methodological and theoretical approaches The forthcoming EAA meeting in Zadar provides a great opportunity for … Continue reading

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Conference Report: From Venice to Dresden…

Last weekend I attended a workshop on heritage & reconstruction, organised by a group of young heritage professionals unhappy with the current state of both practice and theory in the German heritage sector. This was the sixth such workshop on … Continue reading

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CFP: Inter-Faith Interactions: Mortuary Practices in the Ottoman Period in Central Europe, Balkans and Greece

The session “Inter-Faith Interactions: Mortuary Practices in the Ottoman Period in Central Europe, the Balkans and Greece” at the EAA Annual Meeting in Zadar, Croatia, 18-22 September 2007, is looking for contributions. Please contact the session organizers John Chapman (j.c.chapman@dur.ac.uk) … Continue reading

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