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EAC guidelines

The Guidelines are created by the EAC's working groups – composed of EAC members and invited specialists – who come together to create resources to address issues which have been raised by members as areas of concern. The EAC guidelines provide advice that is applicable within a Europe-wide context.

EAC guidelines

EAC Guidelines 2


EAC Guidelines for the Use of Geophysics in Archaeology
Questions to Ask and Points to Consider

EAC Guidelines 1

The Standard and Guide to Best Practice in Archaeological Archiving in Europe

The document is available in nine languages:


EAC Guidelines 3


EAC Guidance on selection in archaeological archiving.

The document is available in English, Polish and Czech (so far):

Use of geophysics in archaeology
Archaeological archive
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