EAC Heritage Symposium 2021 

Climate Change and Archaeology

1-2 July 2021

ONLINE EVENT 

further details TBC soon
EAC Symposium 2021

The 22nd EAC Heritage Symposium "Climate Change and Archaeology" will now take place on 1-2 July online only, due to the continuing travel restrictions across Europe.  Further details about the virtual symposium will be confirmed soon.

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EAC General Assembly 2021

The EAC General Assembly took place on 19 March 2021 as an online event. It was followed by a "COVID 19 and Archaeology" webinar. 

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Agenda & news
 

Contact

  • President: Barney Sloane

    National Specialist Services Director
    Historic England
    The Engine House
    Fire Fly Avenue 

       Swindon

       SN2 2EH

       United Kingdom

       E-mail: barney.sloane@historicengland.org.uk

    ​   E-mail: desislava.gradinarova@e-a-c.org

  • Official address of the EAC
    Rue des Brigades d'Irlande 1
    5100 Namur
    BELGIUM

  • EAC Charity (​AISBL) Registration No: 0472502440

  • Bank account
     

      Ostsächsische Sparkasse

      Güntzplatz 5

      01307 Dresden

      GERMANY

 

      Account holder: Europae Archaeologiae Consilium

      IBAN :  DE76 8505 0300 0221 2168 39

      SWIFT Code/BIC: OSDDDE81XXX

 

About EAC

The primary mission of the Europae Archaeologiae Consilium is to support the management of the archaeological heritage throughout Europe and to serve the needs of national archaeological heritage management agencies by providing a forum for organisations to establish closer and more structured co-operation and exchange of information. 
 

Membership of the Council is open to all national bodies charged with the management of the archaeological heritage throughout Europe, including where appropriate agencies in a federal context (e.g. German Länder, Swiss Cantons, Spanish autonomous regions etc).

Membership is corporate rather than individual and subscriptions will follow the contribution system employed by the Council of Europe.

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