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23 The Shaping of Space: From the Palaeolithic to the Iron Age view
35 Building up the Momentum in Archaeo-Geophysics: The “Soil Science & Archaeo-Geophysics Alliance" (COST Action SAGA-CA17131) view
40 Invisible Excavation: Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Science of Organic Materials for Reconstructing Ritual Practices and Diet view
43 Life and Lore in the Late Iron Age (c. 550-1050 AD) North view
45 Current Research on Bronze and Iron Ages Hoards view
46 Interaction in Action: Human and Societal Adaptability in Response to Changes in Climate and Environment in Medieval Europe view
48 Seeing the ‘Art’ in Artifacts: The Inter-connections of Archaeology and the Arts view
50 Lost in Transmission - Following Knowledge in Hunter-Gatherer Societies [PaM] view
55 Castlescapes [MERC] view
60 Understanding Prehistoric Demography view
63 The Archaeology of the Sky view
64 Reconstructing Faunal Exploitation Patterns, Palaeoecologies and Living Landscapes of the Pleistocene [PaM] view
67 Gens Normannorum – Understanding Norman Interactions through Material Culture [MERC] view
72 Archaeology and Interdisciplinarity: The New Status Quo or the New Buzzword? view
77 Plants Meet Artifacts: Developing Interdisciplinary Approaches to Identify Plant Processing and Use in Archaeology [Archaeology of Wild Plants] view
82 Collaborative Synthesis: The EAA-SAA Human Migration Projects view
84 Islamicate Archaeology in Europe. The Elephant in the Room [MERC] view
89 Luxury in Life and Death in the European Iron Age. Identity - Elite Networks - Economy - Arts and Crafts view
92 Disentangling Inequality and Its Mechanisms in Late Prehistoric Europe through Isotope Analysis view
99 From the Final Paleolithic to the Early Mesolithic in Europe – Comparing Regional Records [PaM] view
104 Signalling Intent: Beacons and Military Communications from Antiquity to Early Modern Times [MERC] view
106 Archaeology of the Silk Road: Ancient Pathway to the Modern World view
108 Organic Networks: Tracing the Procurement, Trade and Exchange of Plant and Animal Resources in the Archaeological Record view
110 Beyond Cave Archaeology: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Human-Cave Interaction in Europe view
111 No Braudel for the Balkans? Forging a New, Interconnected Prehistory of the Balkan Peninsula view
121 Reconsidering the Chaine Opératoire: Recent Developments for the Study of Non-Lithic Materials view
124 Archaeology of Soundscapes and Soundscapes for Archaeology view
127 Recent Advances in the Archaeology of Human-Reindeer Interaction [PaM] view
128 Towards an Archaeology of Fermented Products: Building a Multidisciplinary Approach view
135 ArchaeoGenetics, the Real Meaning: Towards Synergies between Genetics and Archaeology view
146 Materializing Sound in Antiquity: Materials as a Bodily and Symbolic Component of Sound Objects view
153 Interactive Networks of Space and Body: New Approaches to Mortuary Space view
154 A United Europe of Things 2. Large Scale and Local Networks of Differences and Similarities in Medieval Material Culture [MERC] view
161 Shaping Cultural Landscapes: Connecting Agriculture, Crafts, Construction, Transport, and Resilience Strategies view
162 Medieval Objects, Material Culture Approaches, and Cross-Disciplinary Dialogues [MERC] view
163 Between Time, between Methods: Exploring the Links of Chalcolithic and Bronze Age Carpathian Basin through a Ceramic Lens view
164 Are we Really Strategic? Devising and Implementing Archaeological Strategies view
165 Cartographic Standards from behind the Iron Curtain in the Digital Age? Past and Future of Archaeological Mapping view
166 Rooted Cosmopolitanism: Towards a Glocalization of Heritage and Heritage Practices? view
172 The Dawn, Apogee and Modern Demise of Kurgans in Southeast and East-Central Europe view
173 Archaeology and Archaeometry of Glass, 6th to 13th Centuries CE: Possibilities of Archaeological and Historical Interpretation of Major Chemical Types [MERC] view
175 From Skyscape to Archaeology. A Dynamic Interaction between Disciplines view
176 Small and Complex. New Anthropological and Archaeological Perspectives on Miniaturization view
177 Challenge, Change, and Common Ground: The Role of Socially Engaged Practice in Community Archaeology in Modern Europe view
183 Ideas across Times. Cultural Interactions in the Central-Western Mediterranean Sea from VII Century BCE to the Late Roman Age view
185 Morphological Diversity in Archaeology. Data Exploration and Visualization by Geometric Morphometrics view
188 Interactions of War and Peace – Mounted Nomads of the 9th-4th Century BC and Their Relations to the Neighboring Regions view
192 Craft Networking in the Neolithic and Chalcolithic through Analyses of Ceramic Technological Traits view
195 In Textile Layers. Wrapped Human Remains, Animals and Artefacts in the Nile Valley from Prehistory to the Early Medieval Period view
196 No Man Travels Alone, He Takes Himself along: Yamnaya Transmission and/or Transformation during the 3rd Millennium BC Europe view
197 Social Networks of Non-urban Settlements during the Early and High Middle Ages in Europe [MERC] view
201 Children of the Bronze Age: Connecting Europe from the Time of Bell Beakers to the Urnfield Period view
204 Orientalising Europe: The Impact of Mediterranean and Near Eastern Civilisations on their Peripheries during the Later Early Iron Age view
209 The Carpathian Basin as a Melting Pot? Perspectives on Social and Cultural Diversity from the Neolithic to the Bronze Age view
211 Truly Interdisciplinary Science! Ceramic, Metal, Glass, and Stone Provenancing Studies as Tools to Understand the Archaeology of Trade and Exchange view
213 Multidisciplinary Approach to the Study of Engraved Art view
215 Networks of Interaction and Communication: Patterns of Emerging Complexity view
218 Archaeology in 3D – New Technologies for Old Questions view
220 The Geoarchaeology and Sustainability of Cultivation Terraces and Lynchets in Europe view
224 Decision-Making in Archaeological Heritage Management: Moving forward view
225 Looking beyond the Microscope: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Use-Wear and Residue Analysis view
228 The Exchange of Plants and Food Practices through the Neolithic Period to Iron Age view
232 Exploring Landscape Evolution and Material Culture’s Impact through Interdisciplinarity and Multi-Modelling Approaches. New Challenges in Archaeology [CIfA] view
234 Collapse in the Basin: Regional Perspectives on the 1500-1200 BC Transition in the Carpathian Basin view
235 Spatial and Environmental Contexts of Barrow Landscapes. Theories and Methods of Barrows Investigation in Modern Archaeology view
239 Development and Use of Garden Archaeology in Different Parts of Europe, Comparing Individual Approaches, Interactions, Cooperation to Asses Their Effectiveness view
240 Networks of Prehistoric Human-Animal Interactions in Western Anatolia, the Aegean and the Balkans view
241 Out of Date? Current Advances in Radiocarbon Dating view
242 Medieval Towns of Europe and Their Sacred Spaces [MERC] view
245 Establishing Boundaries: Linear Earthworks, Frontiers and Borderlands in Early Medieval Europe [MERC] view
249 Going beyond Diffusion vs Migration: Perspectives on Social Change in Bronze Age Mediterranean Europe and ‘The Third Science Revolution’ view
250 Contemporary Approaches to the Investigation and Management of Archaeological Resources in Alluvial Environments view
251 The Roman Limes as Military, Political, Economic and Cultural Decisive Factor on the Barbarian Territories view
252 Building Networks! The Exchange of Knowledge, Ideas and Material for Building in the Medieval and Post-Medieval World [MERC] view
253 The Rural Economy in Transition: Agriculture and Animal Husbandry between the Late Roman Times and the Early Middle Ages [MERC] view
254 Cross-Disciplinary Approaches to Archaeothanatological and Taphonomic Analyses of Human Remains view
255 New Data – Old Ideas? Metal Analyses of Precious and Copper Alloy Finds of the First Millennium A.D. view
258 Empty Spaces „Intra Muros". Re-Examining The Context and Function of Open Areas on Enclosed Sites view
260 Coping with Death at All Ages: (Post-)Funerary Practices, Mourning and Resilience view
261 Archaeology of Central Places in Europe: Power, Christianity and Funeral Rituals [MERC] view
262 Modern Networks and Past Narratives: ‘Treasure Hunting’, the Art Market, Scientific Analysis, and Co-Operation for Protection of Archaeological Heritage view
263 From Fragmented Artefacts to Household Activities Potentials of Household Archaeology in Settlement Research view
264 Logistics and Natural Resources: Supply and Transportation through Time (5th Century BC – 5th Century AD) view
265 Connecting People and Ideas: Networks and Networking in the History of Archaeology view
267 Recycling Cultures: Interpreting the Ways Re-Using and Recycling of the Material Culture and Landscape Are Attested in the Archaeological Record view
268 Rhythms, Routines and Repetition against Culture: The Emergence of Social Identities in Shared Everyday Practices, Food Strategies and Lifestyles view
269 Archaeology of the Early Modern Colonial Limes view
270 Integrated Materials: Artefact Studies at the Service of a Bigger Archaeological Picture view
273 "More than Just Bones” - Understanding Past Human Behaviour through the Study of Human Remains view
275 Integrating Hard Data in the Interpretation of Medieval Archaeology. Examples, Issues and Perspectives [MERC] view
276 Networks as Resources for Ancient Communities view
279 Neolithic and Bronze Age Tells and Their Networks in the Carpathian Basin and beyond view
281 The Archaeology of Baptism in Early Modern Europe view
282 Protecting Cultural Heritage in Farmed and Forested Landscapes – Models of Organisation, Support, and Case Studies view
288 Archaeologists, Sites and Methodologies: Professional and Personal Networks in mid 20th-Century Europe view
291 European Research Council (ERC) Grants: What Are They, How to Apply? view
293 Round around the Circle – Circular Phenomena and Their Meanings in European Prehistoryi view
295 Tiny Talks on Tiny Things: Networks Encapsulated in Minute Objects view
297 Economic and Technological Networks of the Eurasian Steppes view
298 Being Sarmatian. Approaching “Sarmatian Archaeological Cultures” as a Networking System view
299 Routed Archaeology – Archaeological Routes and Their Impact on Perception of Archaeological Heritage in the Landscape view
301 Raw Materials throughout Millenniums – The Geography and Sociology of Resources [MERC] view
303 The Archaeology of Magyar Raids in Western and Eastern Europe [MERC] view
304 From Local to Microregional and beyond: Spatial Structures in post-Roman and Early Medieval Central Europe view
307 Beyond the Body: Trans-Humanist Reflections on (Dis)Ability in the Past view
308 Periodicity and Cyclicity in Prehistoric Practice as Seen in Wetland Dwellings view
309 Breaking the Spell: Re-Evaluation of Memory Devices in the Carpathian Basin view
313 Medieval Market Archaeologies: Methods, Cases and Concepts [MERC] view
314 Sensitizing and Engaging the Public: The Role of Online Learning in Archaeology and Heritage Education view
316 Doing Our Best, Finding Common Ground: Archaeological Standards that Transcend National Practice [PAA] [CIfA] view
318 Towards an Archaeology of Partisan and Resistance Networks and Landscapes in 20th-Century Europe view
319 Stories and Compassion: Material Culture, Memory, and Emotion view
320 EAA Community ‘Climate Change and Heritage' (CCH) Roundtable view
321 Medieval Riverscapes as Axes for Connectivity and Mobility [MERC] view
322 Post-medieval People and Things: Exploring Networks of Agency [MERC] view
325 Disseminating and Curating Non-Visible Archaeological Sites and Significant Cultural Landscapes through Innovative and Sustainable Ideas view
326 The Complexity of Neolithic Livestock Management, Dairy Production, and Farming Strategies North of the Alps view
327 Interpreting Archaeological Finds of Enigmatic Tubular Bones as Sound Instruments: Possibilities and Pitfalls view
328 Population Dynamics and Ecological Influences in European Hunter-Gatherers [PaM] view
330 Beyond Dogmatic and Pragmatic: Debating the Relative Impact of Avocational Metal Detecting view
331 Human Forensic Taphonomy – How Multidisciplinary Approaches Shed Light on Past Funerary Practices view
333 Your Silver Stream Ties Land to Land: The Danube as a Communication Axis in the 5th and 4th Millennia BC view
335 Archaeology and Materials – Interdisciplinary Approaches between Human and Engineering Sciences view
336 Experiencing Networks: Practices of Trade and Value Assessment through Time and Space view
337 The Spatial Turn under Review: Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Age between Danube and Adria view
340 Ceramic is Fantastic: The Life-Cycle of Pottery through Cross-Disciplinary Studies view
342 Exploring the Székelyföld through a Multidisciplinary Approach to the Past view
345 Cross-Disciplinary Approaches in Archaeometallurgy: Part 1 view
349 Interdisciplinary Approaches to Surface Analysis of Archaeological, Paleontological and Paleoanthropological Remains view
350 Sustainability, Unsustainability and Opportunity for Archaeological Data view
356 Mobility and Population Transformation in the Migration Period and Early Middle Ages: Changing Societies and Identities view
357 Christianity at the Frontiers view
361 Cross-Disciplinary Approaches in Archaeometallurgy: Part 2 view
364 Integrated Methodologies for the Study of Lifeways, Dietary and Occupational Environments in Prehistoric and Historical Periods view
365 Defining Boundaries in Prehistoric Research view
367 Not Another 25 Years! Combatting Harassment and Assault in Archaeology [AGE] view
369 From Isotope Ratios to Narratives: Exploring the Ways that Biogeochemical Studies Are Impacting Eurasian Archaeology view
371 Tracing Cultural Links: Theory and Practices of the Complexity between the Prehistory and the Modern Period in the Mediterranean Basin view
372 Networks of Chronology and Chronological Networks view
374 On the Bandkeramik to the East of the Vistula River view
375 Center vs Periphery. Interdisciplinary Analysis of Cultural Complexity in Georgia and the Caucasus Region view
376 Networks and Mobility in the 3rd-2nd Millennium BCE between the Middle-Danube and the Adriatic Area: New Ideas and Interdisciplinary Approaches view
378 A World of Difference? Understanding the Mendicant Orders [MERC] view
379 Ain’t No Rest for the Wicked: Current State and Prospects in the Study of ‘Deviant’ Burial Practices [MERC] view
380 Over the Hills and Far Away: Connectivity within and across Mountainous Regions in the Balkan Early Neolithic view
381 Archaeology Days across Europe: Sharing Archaeological Heritage view
382 The Place of Queer Theory in Current Archaeological Debates: All T, No Shade? [AGE] view
385 To Gender or Not to Gender? Exploring Gender Variations through Time and Space [AGE] view
386 The Cross-Cultural Crossbar/ Music and the High Cs [CIfA] [SAfA] view
387 Elites-Subjects Networks in the Medieval Levant and the Construction of Imperial Landscapes [MERC] view
389 Early Agricultural Communities in South-Eastern Europe: New Discoveries, Interpretations and Models view
391 Prehistory, Archaeology and Archaeologists as Reflected in School Books and Curricula view
392 Multiscalar Approaches to Interaction the Mediterranean: Shedding Light on Local and Regional Mobility view
394 The Urban Archaeology Community Network: Urban Archaeology in 2020 [MERC] [CIfA] view
398 Exploring ‘Crafting’: Tradition, Practice, and Community Identity in Mobile Societies view
399 Speculative Archaeology: Creating Methodologies view
400 Late Neanderthals of the Middle Danube Basin in Central European Context: Cultural Variability, Interregional Contacts, Developmental Capacities [PaM] view
401 Image-Based 3D-Documentation – Next level of Data Storage in Digital Archaeology view
402 The Imitation Game: Investigating the Who, What, Why, Where and When of Imitative Coins view
405 Bioarchaeological Perspectives on Social Change during the Middle Ages [MERC] view
406 Urban Networks and Religious Practices. Inside the Nodes: Changes and Novelties view
407 Charcoal for Archaeologists view
409 The Precariat in Archaeology [ECA] view
411 Education Shaping Public Perceptions of Medieval Archaeology [MERC] view
414 Digital Pottery Archives: New Methods of Data Use and Classification view
415 From Abacus to Calculus. Computational Approaches to Roman Economy view
417 The Baltic Sea: Seascapes of Risk and Opportunity view
421 Skin, Leather, and Hide: Scientific Methods and Novel Approaches to the Study of Archaeological Leather view
422 The Language of (Roman?) Frontiers and Borders: Building a Common Terminology view
423 So What? How to Gently Kill Your Darlings or How to Communicate to an Audience as Wide as Possible view
424 Gender and Archaeology for Non-Specialist Audiences [AGE] view
426 Medieval Urban Parish-Churches: An Archaeological Perspective [MERC] view
428 Medieval Mining District. A European Landscape Perspective [MERC] view
434 Who? From Where? How? When? Uses and Distribution of Lithic Raw Material in Neolithic to Track Migration and Intercultural Contacts view
435 The Climate Impact on European Neolithic Societies during the 8.2-ky BP Events near River Basins and Lakes Shores view
436 Now You Can’t See Me! Searching for Resilience as an Archaeologically Observable Phenomenon view
437 Early Iron Age Landscape Transformation in the Carpathian Basin and Adjacent Areas view
438 Archaeology and Its Political Uses: Historical, Historiographic and Ideological Discourses view
439 Houses, Dwellings, Buildings or Constructions? The Agency of Buildings in Prehistory view
441 Weaving Mobility. Movement of People, Tools, and Techniques in the Textile Archaeology of the Ancient Mediterranean view
444 14C: The Clock Reading the Past and Present of the Humankind view
445 Multidisciplinary Approaches to Identify and Preserve Fibres and Textile Products in the Archaeological Field view
446 Shaping Collective Buildings and Open Areas in the Middle East view
448 Just a Demonstration of Power? The Setting of Strongholds within Their Landscape [COMFORT] view
449 Ebb & Flow: Exploring Rivers from Prehistory to the Present Day view
450 The 3rd Millennium BCE: From Cultural Phenomena to Networks? view
451 Neither River nor Lake: Human-Made ‘Waterscapes’. The Use of Ground- and Rainwater in Neolithic Times view
454 Archaeology and Infrastructure: Future Networks, Contemporary Collaborations and Past Landscapes view
455 Knapp, Knapp - Who’s There? Lithics and Their Interpretational Attributes view
457 From Novices to Experts: Development and Transmission of Technical Knowledge in Prehistory view
458 Interdisciplinarity in the Archaeological Research of Religious Phenomena view
461 Reconnecting to Prehistory: Micro-Regional Topographical Research Approaches, Scalability, Comparability view
462 The Mongol Invasion of Central and Eastern Europe: Archaeological and Historical Interpretations [MERC] view
463 The Spring of Faith and Life – Water Supply and Water Management Systems of Medieval Monastic Sites [MERC] view
464 Traum - Tracing Reality in Archaeology Using Machine learning view
465 Networking: Bringing Scientific Approaches to Sensory Archaeology view
468 Pre-Christian Beliefs of Central and Northern Europe. Interdisciplinary Investigations view
469 Horseman-Horse Couple through Time and Space view
470 Non-Invasive Regional Survey Strategies: Discussing the Methodological Golden Mean view
471 Misuse of the Medieval in the Early 21st century [MERC] view
472 Utilising Archives for Current Research Purpose, the Difficulties in Forward Compatibility, Storage, Accuracy and Access and the Problems Associated [CIfA] view
473 Carpathian Basin and Its Borders in Time of Wars between Fall of Constantinople and the End of World War 2 view
474 The Bioarchaeology of Lethal Violence and Other Not-So-Ultimate Interactions: Exploring the Interface between Trauma and Taphonomy view
476 Imaginations and Imaginaries of the Palaeolithic and Mesolithic – Distorted Views, Embellishment, and What We Make of It [PaM] view
477 Novel Cross-Disciplinary Approaches in Bioarchaeology view
478 The Rise of the Religious Landscape in Carpathian Basin: The Archaeology of Round Shaped Churches and Their European Context view
479 Constructive Conservation: Making Monuments Useful [CIfA] view
480 How to Promote Inter- and Transdisciplinarity in Mediterranean Archaeology? view
481 Cross-Disciplinary Approaches to the Study of Archaeological Woodcrafts and Other Plant-Based Implements and Structures [Archaeology of Wild Plants] view
482 New and Interdisciplinary Approaches in the Research of Prehistoric Waterborne Communication and Exchange along European Rivers, Lakes and Coastal Waters [PaM] view
483 Medieval Stone Monuments [SEAC] [MERC] [CIfA] [SAfA] view
484 Analytical Advances in the Study of Human Teeth: Diet, Mobility, Seasonality, and Health Status view
485 The Archaeology of Recovery: The Aftermath of War view
487 Megaliths on the edge: The Place of Cultural Transformation view
488 ‘…In with the New!’ Up and Coming Archaeological Research in Medieval Europe in 2020 [MERC] view
489 25 Years after: Past and Future of Some Common Places in Archaeology [EAA] view
490 Standardising Archaeologists' Professional Skills in Europe: National Differences, Transnational Similarities [DISCO, PAA] view