EAA 16th Annual Meeting: The Hague

16th EAA Annual Meeting will be held in The Hague, Netherlands, September 1-5, 2010

Official Meeting Website: http://www.eaa2010.nl

An excellent venue for the meeting has been found in Leiden University Campus The Hague, in the building of the Royal Conservatoire, adjacent to the central railway station in the centre of town.

The meeting is organised by the Faculty of Archaeology, Leiden University, the Department of Archaeology of the Municipality of The Hague and the Cultural Heritage Agency (Ministry of Education, Culture and Science), with financial support from the Minister of Culture. A broad advisory panel with representatives of all sectors of Dutch archaeology ensures participation and support from across Dutch archaeology.

The meeting will be preceded by a separate one-day conference on science-based archaeology. The pre-conference meeting will take place on Tuesday, 31st August 2010, at Delft University, and is organised by the Delft-Leiden Centre for Archaeology, Art history and Science (CAAS). Registered participants of the EAA annual meeting can attend free of charge. For more information please go to www.CAASonline.nl

Leiden, The Hague, Delft and Schiphol airport are all located close to one another, and all are connected by fast, frequent and generally reliable train services.

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