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Statement on the armed conflict in Ukraine


The European Archaeological Council stands with the people of Ukraine. We abhor the violence and destruction resulting from the armed conflict initiated by the Russian government on Ukraine, and its impact on Ukraine's rich cultural heritage. We have suspended institutional cooperation with Russia until further notice.


We will work with the people of Ukraine to help you in any way we can to help protect your archaeological heritage and look forward to a time of peace when our common heritage can help to build a bridge which unites us all.


EAC Board March 2022

EAC Symposium 2022

The 23rd EAC Heritage Management Symposium 'Archaeology and the Natural Environment' took place 24–26 March 2022. The presentations are available online.

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EAC Symposium 2021

The 22nd EAC Heritage Management Symposium 'Climate Change and Archaeology' took place on 1-2 July 2021. You can watch the symposium

presentations via the online platform. 

Agenda & news

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  • President: Ann Degraeve
    Head of Department of Archaeology

       Cultural Heritage



       E-mail: adegraeve@urban.brussels

  • Assistant: Jenni Butterworth

E-mail: info@e-a-c.org

E-mail: jenni.butterworth@e-a-c.org

  • Official address of the EAC

p/a Urban.brussels

Mont des Arts 10-13

1000 Bruxelles


  • EAC Charity (​AISBL) Registration No: 0472502440


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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