European Association of Archaeologists (EAA)
Association européenne d'archéologie (AEA)
1994-09-22 Ljubljana Slovenia
Founded 1994, when statutes were adopted. Statutes revised 26 Sep 1998, Gothenburg (Sweden); Sep 2017; Sep 2019.
Promote: development of archaeological research and exchange of information; management and interpretation of European archaeological heritage; proper ethical and scientific standards for archaeological work; the interests of professional archaeologists; cooperation with other organizations; elimination of illegal detection and collection and the damage it causes to archaeological heritage; interest in archaeological remains as evidence of human past.
Events2023-08-30 | Belfast, UK – Annual Meeting
2022-08-31 | Hungary – Annual Meeting
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