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2 Archaeology, Landscape and the Skyscape. How Material Archeology Is Woven with Different Ontological and Cultural Interpretations [SEAC-EAA] view
12 Modern Approaches to the Study of Landscape Improvement and the Creation of Sustainable Agricultural Systems view
27 Archaeogaming: The Liminal Space Invader view
30 Polychromy in Practice: Casting Colour onto Roman Artworks view
32 The Public Interpretation and Presentation of Megalithic Monuments and Sites: Challenges for Best Practice view
37 Heart of Stone: Medieval Perceptions of Stone [MERC] view
39 Multi-Proxy Approaches to Examining Human-Animal Interactions view
44 Textiles in Archaeology, Conservation, and Museology: Finding a Way forward through Collaboration [MERC] [CIfA] [SAfA] view
45 Interpreting Neolithic lifeways: the impact of current theoretical knowledge and multidisciplinary approaches on understandings of Neolithic Europe and Western Asia view
56 Archaeology and Conflict: Thinking Outside the Box view
61 More than a Feeling: New Perspectives on Archaeology and Wellbeing view
77 From the Ground-up: Perspectives on Animal-Human Relations from the Site to the Lab view
90 Setting Archaeological Heritage Policy at the European Level: Putting It into the Hands of Archaeologists view
92 Marginal Landscapes and Coastal Adaptations during Prehistory view
93 Articulating Challenges in Post-Conflict Ethics, Archaeology and Archaeological Heritage view
95 Public Archaeology in Development-led Archaeology [Public Archaeology Community] view
97 Depositional Practices in the Neolithic: Contacts, Interactions and Transformations view
98 Seascapes, Sealanes, and Maritime Infrastructure in the Late Bronze and Early Iron Age Mediterranean view
99 Snow- and Icescapes: Archaeological and Conceptual Explorations of Frozen Worlds view
102 Mesolithic-Neolithic Transitions [PaM] view
103 Working with Imperfection in Archaeology. Theoretical and Practical Approaches to Data Management view
107 The Materiality of Lived Religion on the Atlantic Edge [MERC] view
111 Mirroring Worlds: Rural Domestic Spaces through Multidisciplinarity in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages view
113 Byzantine Heritage in Peril: The Safety of Archaeological Sites (Heritage, Conservation, Preservation, Non-Destructive Methodologies) [MERC] view
116 Weaving New Cultural Narratives: Innovative Cultural Heritage Management for Post-Pandemic Societies view
117 Archaeology: A Hospitable Discipline? How Accessible is Archaeology in Practice? Examining the Future of Inclusive Archaeological Practice view
120 Monumental Bronzes from Prehistory to Middle Ages: Challenges in Manufacture, Documentation, Analyses and Conservation [MERC] view
131 Between Miniatures and Models: Interdisciplinary Approaches for Analysing Small Objects Meanings, Uses, and Contexts in the Mediterranean and Surrounding Areas view
136 Parish Burials and Memorials: Community Meanings and Engagement [MERC] view
139 Climate Change, Human Impact and the Challenges of Assessing the Sustainability of Archaeological Heritage view
141 Iron Age Biocultural Dynamics in Continental Europe and Britain: Patterns and Processes from a Multidisciplinary Perspective view
143 Defining Site Functions in the Viking World: Weaving Narratives from Disparate Strands of Evidence [MERC] view
150 The Archaeology of Luxury: Craftsmanship, Consumption, and Desirability in Archaeological Perspective view
153 Weaving Narratives of the Past Through Medieval Small Finds (AD 1000-1550) [MERC] view
158 Digital Data and Early Medieval Carved Stones: Access, Interpretation and Visualisation view
164 Coastal Archaeology in Small Islands: Research Perceptions, Biases, Methods and Approaches view
165 Building under and above Ground during European Neolithic view
169 Neolithic and Chalcolithic Large Blades. Identifying and Defining Exceptional Lithic Products view
171 Iron Age Settlements of the Plains and Steppes in Eurasia view
173 Advancing a Bioarchaeology of Health Inequality: Recent Developments and Future Directions view
176 Terraces as Sustainable Historic Landscapes [MERC] view
180 The Story Session view
181 Science, not Scientism, in Experimental Archaeology view
183 The Wheel Has Come Full Circle: Technological Choice in Pottery Producing Communities of Central and Northern Europe (100BC–800 AD) view
184 Material Wealth? New Approaches to the Archaeology of Social Inequality and Complexity view
185 The Agency of Value in Archaeological Heritage view
187 Growing up while Working – The Significance of Children’s Work for Ancient Economies view
195 "Far away, so Close" - The Current Debates about Post-medieval Cemeteries in Anthropological and Archaeological Studies view
196 Landscapes and Archaeologies of Present Communities: Novel Engagements towards Enriching Global and Local Histories [SAfA] view
199 Archaeological Narratives, Scales and the Issue of Social Complexity view
202 Using Earthen Architecture as an Excuse: Productive and Social Practices in Prehistoric and Protohistoric Building view
212 Quantitative Methods in Isotopic Archaeology view
220 Places of Imagination: An Approach to Fictional Landscapes view
226 Maritime Encounters along the Atlantic Façade in Prehistory view
230 What Makes a Settlement? Comparative Perspectives on Settlement Structures and Patterns from Neolithic to Iron Age view
234 Artefacts’ Residue Analyses as a Tool for Decoding Past Daily Life view
236 Early Medieval Towns in Europe: Between Legacy of the Roman Empire and "Barbarian" Culture? [MERC] view
237 Pottery Beyond Typology. Prehistoric Vessel Biographies in the Domestic Sphere view
241 Trading Genes For Customs: Reconstructing Cross-Cultural Connections Using Biomolecular Approaches view
242 Forgotten Bodies, Invisible Histories: Addressing Overlooked Human Narratives in the Archaeological Record view
245 Nature’s Bounty: The Role of Gathered Wild Resources in Past Subsistence [ARCHWILD] view
247 Encounters and Transformations on the Borders of the Roman Empire: From the Late Iron Age to Late Antiquity view
248 Archaeology and the Climate Crisis: Resilience, Activism, and Pedagogy view
255 “Warriors” and “Weavers”: Challenging gender stereotypes in Antiquity [AGE] view
256 Pleistocene Lithic Raw Materials Characterization to Interpret Mobility Patterns and Settlements Dynamics view
257 Long-term Dynamics of Field Patterns and Land Use [MERC] view
259 What Is the Future of Feminist Archaeology? [AGE] view
262 European Archaeology Days: Sharing Our Archaeological Heritage view
265 How is art seen? Perception and Thought in Prehistoric Art [XSCAPE project] view
267 Animals in Crisis: How Can Archaeology Contribute towards Solving Contemporary Problems in Animal Welfare? view
271 The Other Side of the Coin: New Innovations in Numismatics view
272 Living on the Edge: Seasonal Maritime Sites in the North Atlantic [MERC] view
273 Dark Prehistory view
277 It’s a Matter of Space: The Materiality of Spaces of Negotiation and Social Competition from Prehistory to Medieval Times view
279 Commodity, Container, Consumption – European Stoneware between Regional and Global Trade Systems [MERC] view
281 Contemporary Archaeology and Community Involvement [Public Archaeology Community] view
284 Fragmentation in and of Archaeology? view
286 Agent-based Modelling for Archaeologists view
288 New Perspectives on Childhood Archaeology Past, Present and Future: Papers in Honour of Grete Lillehammer view
290 Transitions in Iron Age Europe: Environment and Foodways view
294 Building Materials and Construction Techniques in Antiquity view
297 On the Margins: Understanding the Centre - Periphery Interaction during the Transition to Farming [PaM] view
298 Companions, Competitors, Fellow Travelers – Biomolecular and Zooarchaeological Evidence of Human-Carnivore Interactions in the Past view
299 From What Things Are to What Things Ought to Be: Ethical Concerns on Archaeological and Forensic Human Remains view
301 Exotic Fibres view
302 Dynamics of Early Agriculture in Europe and beyond view
303 Unsolved Case Studies of Earthen Architectural Remains: A Workshop to Share Experiences view
304 Different Stories for Different People? Shaping Narratives: From Individual Research Sites to Major Infrastructure Projects view
305 Weaving and Wearing Narratives of Identity. Production, Trade, and Consumption of Textiles and Personal Jewellery as Markers of Identities [ComTex] view
306 Multiproxy Geoarchaeology to Understand Human-Environmental Interactions from Local to Global Changes view
307 Contradictions or Complementarities? The Scientific Significance of Rescue Excavations and Their Implications for Archaeological Research view
308 Materialities of Death, Rituals, and Beliefs: In Search for New Understandings of Burial Practice across High and Late Medieval Europe [MERC] view
311 Human Impact as a Primary Cause of Environmental Transformation: Urbanization in Central Asia and Iran from Prehistory to Historical Periods [CIfA] view
315 Neanderthals in Mediterranean Landscapes [PaM] view
316 Mountains as Interaction Zones – Human Impact on the Alpine Landscape through Time view
320 A Controlled Vocabulary for Archaeology: A Necessary Requirement for the Development of a Sustainable Research Practice into the 21st Century [CIfA] view
323 Calabria beyond the Classical Period: The Longue Durée of a Mediterranean Region view
324 Interconnections between Metal and Non-Metal Assemblages and Metal and Non-Metal Objects in Hoards view
325 Tracing the History of Mediterranean Human-Environmental Systems Using Biomolecular Methods view
327 Variations on ‘the Islamic’: Alternatives, Resistance and Contestation in Islamic Archaeology [MERC] view
331 The Experience of Stone: Materiality, Landscape, Expression [MERC] view
334 (In)visible Women in History of Archaeology view
335 Monuments in Landscape and Monumental Landscapes: The Archaeology of Neolithic Long Barrows in Europe II view
337 Visualising Mobility: Beyond Arrows on Maps view
338 Settling Waterscapes in Europe II: Prehistoric Submerged Sites in Lakes, Bogs and Rivers view
342 Foreign and Local: Using Animals as Recourses in Coastal Environments view
343 Medieval Monastic Settlements in the North: Archaeological and Environmental Studies [MERC] view
345 Stable Isotope Analysis of Archaeobotanical Remains view
346 Blast from the Glass: Provenance, Occurrence, Corrosion and Preservation (Late Bronze Age to Pre-Roman Times) view
347 Archaeological Identities. A Methodological Toolbox to Approach Identities view
349 Revealing the Many Narratives of Tobacco: Towards an Interdisciplinary Archaeology of Tobacco and Consumption view
350 Bio-Arch Methodologies to Assess Mobility in the Past: The Need for Interdisciplinary and Multi-Proxy Investigations view
354 AGE for a Slow Archaeology, or How to Survive in the Neo-liberal Fast Academia [AGE] view
355 The River Basin and Estuaries in the Antiquity: Environment and Settlement view
357 Connecting a Continent: New Data on Central Asia from the Mesolithic to Bronze Age [PaM] view
358 Understanding Bronze Age and Iron Age Atlantic Europe through Metalwork Analyses and Hoarding view
359 Positionality in the Archaeology of Mobility and Identity view
360 Migration and Mobility in the Viking Age from the Baltic to the Black Seas: An Interdisciplinary Approach [MERC] view
361 Weaving Big Data for the Digital Middle Ages [MERC] view
362 Multi-proxy Approaches to Prehistoric Landscapes of the Central Mediterranean view
363 Art and Archaeology – Towards a Framework for the Creation of Sustainable Narratives view
364 Archaeology of the Limes - Roman Settlements and Roman Military Presence on the Margins of the Empire view
365 ‘Beyond Spolia.’ A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Re-Used Decorated Stones view
366 Megaliths and Graphical Markers in Landscape: New Techniques of Documentation view
369 Making an Impact: Developing Research in Applied Bioarchaeology view
370 Reflecting on Digital Practice in Heritage Narratives view
374 Weaving Global Standards for Archaeology: Universal Guidance Looms [CIfA] view
375 How Far Would You Go? The Role of Mobility in Stone Age Hunter-Gatherer-Fisher Communities [PaM] view
376 Fragmented Metalwork in Hoards and Other Deposits - Regional and Temporal Variations in the European Bronze Age view
377 Multiscalar Approaches to Past Mobility: From Individuals to Populations, and from Objects to Technologies view
378 The Mushroom Speaks: An Archaeology of Fungi Entanglements view
380 Neanderthals of the North: Agency, Ecology and Climate in Challenging Landscapes [PaM] view
381 Linking Differently: Complex Behavioural Patterns Evolving from Prehistoric Networks view
382 Breaking the Barriers. Tracing Palaeolithic Human Mobility across Mountainous Environments [PaM] view
386 Carved Features and Carved Landscapes. Investigating the Technical and Topographical Links between Quarries and Rock-Cut Sites view
389 Roundtable Session of the EAA Community on the Illicit Trade in Cultural Material view
390 Methods and Models for the Study of Human-Birds Relationships view
391 Modelling Theory in Computational Roman Archaeology view
392 Peaks of Data - Collecting, Managing and Analysing Archaeological Data from Mountain Landscapes view
395 MERC Forum: Comparative Island Archaeologies in Medieval Europe [MERC] view
398 Body Ideals and Ideal Bodies: Materialities of Aesthetics and Their Social Role in Non-Literate Societies view
399 Beyond Architecture: Neolithic Tomb Builders in Context view
400 No Movement, No Trading, Simply Local: Creating Narratives around Local Resources in Prehistory view
401 Biological Profiling of Cremated Individuals: Current Methodological Approaches and Limitations view
403 Skills for the Future? [Teaching and training community] [CIfA] view
406 Urban and Underground Archaeology Exposed: 15 Years Cultural Heritage Experience and Public Outreach [Urban Archaeology] view
408 Quality Measures for Mass- and Automated Recording of Archaeological Data view
410 Socio-Cultural Dimensions of Water Management in Contexts of Water Scarcity view
414 Water Management and Storage Systems in Antiquity: Archaeological, Historical, and Environmental Analysis of Hydraulic Structures view
416 Multi-disciplinary Approaches to Understanding Human-Animal Relationships in the European Pleistocene [PaM] view
417 It’s Not Me, Its You: Indigenous Perspectives and Working with Colonizers view
420 Never Let a Good Crisis Go to Waste: Collapse, Adaptation and Resilience in the Central Mediterranean around the 1200 BC view
423 Written in Stone: Archaeological Approaches to Inscribed Stone Monuments [MERC] view
426 Uses of Material Culture in Visual Representations of 20th and 21st Century Conflict Heritage view
427 Reshaping Medieval Desertion in Europe: Beyond the Late Medieval Crisis Paradigm [MERC] view
429 Stories for Sale. The Narratives of Heritage in Mass Consumption view
431 Re-viewing Prehistoric Female Figurines: Art(ifacts) and Intentions view
434 Beyond Neolithic Wall: Integrated Approaches to Studying the Husbandry Practices in the Mediterranean from the Neolithic to the Chalcolithic Period view
435 To Notre-Dame de Paris and Beyond. Materials Studies of Building Heritage as Observatories of Ancient Societies view
437 Current research in the Americas [EAA4Am] view
438 Timber Buildings in Medieval and Post-medieval Europe [MERC] view
439 Sustaining Archaeology: Imagining the Futures of Archaeology view
441 Cave Concerns: Methodological and Theoretical Developments in Cave Archaeology view
443 Climate Change Adaptation in the Past and Solutions for the Future [MERC] view
444 Beyond Fertility: Women, Sexuality, and Power in Past Worlds view
448 Resizing and Redesigning the Urbanization Policy of the Danube Provinces in the late Roman Period (End of 3rd-7th c AD) view
449 The Rocky Road to 3D GIS. Workshop Examples for Working with 3D GIS Solutions in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage view
454 What Shall We Do with…? Cardinal Points for the Ethical Treatment of Difficult Heritages in Archaeology and Museums view
456 Same but Different: Imitations in the Archaeological Record view
457 Exploring Maritime Technology, Connectivity and Culture in Later Prehistoric Europe: A Session in Memory of Peter Clark view
458 Intertwined Technologies in Prehistoric Europe view
459 Going Back and Forth. Applying Multitemporal Perspectives and Different Time Readings in Archaeology view
464 ‘… In With the New!’: Weaving Narratives of Archaeological Research in Medieval Europe [MERC] view
465 Large Quantities of Scientific Data: Stepping Stones for Interdisciplinary Research in Archaeology view
467 Accessing Diversity in Popular Images of the Past view
468 Gilding Textiles: New Archaeological Evidence and Scientific Developments on the Production of Metal Threads [MERC] view
471 Weaving Bridges between Funerary and Domestic Archaeologies view
474 Environmental and Economic Divergence or Convergence in the Coastal Islands of Europe [PaM] view
475 Extracting Pattern and Structure from a Complex Phenomenon? Technological Cohesion, Variability and Regional Signatures across the Eurasian Initial Upper Palaeolithic [PaM] view
476 A Matter of Time. Handling Chronological Data in Archaeology view
477 Within the Cost for People and Earth: Climate Change and Archaeobotanical Heritage view
480 Metals and Metalworking I – Archaeometallurgical Narratives of the Copper and Bronze Ages view
481 Something Old, Something New: Recent Insights into Zooarchaeology and Paleogenomics Applied to Archaeology view
482 Megaprojects and Historic Environments: A Sustainable Road Map to Mega Legacy? view
483 Revisiting Archaeology and the European Far-Right view
484 Glocalization of Identities in the Roman World view
485 The Imprint of Weaning: New Methods to Approach Early Life Nutritional Conditions view
486 Where’s My Life Story? Bridging the Gap between Funerary Practices and Living Settlements in the Balkans during Prehistory view
487 Hunter-Gatherer Fortifications and Coordinated Defensive Action: A Question of Socio-Political Complexity? view
489 Rare and Precious. Recent Advances on the Analysis of Archaeological Wood [PaM, ARCHWILD] view
490 Once upon a Time – Fortified Sites in Contemporary Sources, Folklore, and Literature [COMFORT] view
491 Atlantic Connections in the First Millennium AD: Ceramics, Trade and Anything Else? [MERC] view
495 Landscape Archaeology and Oral Tradition view
496 Coordination, Dissemination, and Communication - Management Tasks in the Archaeological Work Environment view
497 MERC Roundtable: Diversifying Medieval Archaeology - What Can We Achieve Together? [MERC] view
498 In and Out of Context: Weaving the Itineraries of Objects in Museums, Collections, and Storerooms view
499 Vulnerability and Resilience in Archaeology – Current Questions, Methodological Synergies and Future Perspectives view
500 New Insights into Agricultural Practices and Their Environmental Conditions. The Contribution of Archaeometry view
501 Pastures on the Edge: Marginal Landscapes and Alternative Social Forms view
502 Coring Is Not Boring! Drillings in Combination with Other Non or Minimal-Invasive Methods for Investigating Archaeological Monuments [COMFORT] view
504 Living among the Ruins. Re-Settlement and Identity Formation in Devastated Landscapes and Abandoned Cities view
505 For an Archaeology of Households: Narratives, Landscapes, Materiality, Inequalities, Gender, Race, Ethnicity view
506 Human Stories and Histories in the Era of Integrated Science view
507 Modern quarries and archeology: protection issues, regulations, methodologies, impact, sustainability view
509 Embodying Gender, Problematising Sex: Weaving Together Theory and Method in the Exploration of Bodily Difference view
510 What did the Romans ever do for us? Environmental perspectives. view
514 Adopt a Monument- Community Action in a Changing World view
515 Decolonising Palaeolithic and Mesolithic Archaeology: Reframing Practices, Values, and Perspectives [PaM] view
516 European Archives of American Archaeology [EAA4Am] view
520 What Now, Theoretical Archaeology? Thinking Theory in the Fourth Scientific Revolution view
521 (Re)-thinking Small. Bladelets and Microlithic Productions before the Onset of the Upper Palaeolithic and Later Stone Age view
522 Lithic Ontologies: Rethinking the Meaning of Knapped Lithic Artefacts in Palaeolithic and Mesolithic Europe [PaM] view
523 Immersive Techniques as Tools for Public Outreach in Archaeology view
524 New Narratives in Industrial Heritage: Exploring Alternative Approaches to the Industrial Past view
527 Conflict Legacies of the 20th Century [MERC] view
528 Weaving Defense, Landscape and Social Organization from Antiquity to Early Modern Times [MERC] view
529 Beyond Identities: Crafting Information in the Old World from the Bronze Age until the Late 1st Millennium BCE view
530 Eurasia before and after the 8.2 ka BP Event – A Significant Horizon of Cultural Change? [PaM] view
531 Migration and Archaeology after the 3rd Scientific Revolution: aDNA, Isotopes and New Theoretical Perspectives view
532 Symbolic Bodies – Understanding the Significance of Death and the Dead in Prehistoric Northern and Western Europe [PaM] view
534 Diversity in the Spread of Neolithic Lifeways: Exploring Regional Differences Across Eurasia [PaM] view
535 Precarious Living Conditions in the Past: A Multidisciplinary and Transchronological Approach view
538 Assembling Hoards: Object Biographies, Past Lives and the Process of Collecting and Accumulating Objects into Hoards view
539 New Research in Roman Ritual: Objects and Temple Sites view
540 Zooming in/out/past the Viking Age: Integrating Local, Regional and Global Funerary Practices in the Baltic–North Sea–Atlantic Axis, AD750–1050 [MERC] view
542 Reconstructing Biological Relatedness and Inferring Human Relations in the Past view
554 From Individuals to Ecosystems: Methods, Models and Ideas in the Study of Human-Environmental Interactions view
555 All These Finds – Challenges and Possibilities on Large Urban Archaeological Excavations [MERC] view
557 The Sediment as an Artefact: Interpreting Human Behaviour and Activities through Geoarchaeological Analysis view
560 Investigating past human mobilities through natural resources exploitation: latest results and developments view
561 Archaeological Tourism: Combining “Site”seeing, Meaningful Interactions, and Immersive Experiences [Heritage and Tourism community] view
562 Archaeological Tourism and Sustainability: How Are We Educating, Presenting, and Preventing the Impact of Climate Change on Archaeological Heritage? [Heritage and Tourism community] view
563 Shaping Archaeology through Ethical and Community-led Activist Practices view
564 Yesterday’s Yarns and Tomorrow’s Tales? The Relevance of Research Frameworks for a Sustainable Archaeology view
567 Animals Make Identities: How People Expressed Their Social Affinities in the Stone Age? view
568 Beyond Bean Counting: Current, Emerging and Anticipated Approaches to Benefitting People and Places through Archaeology [EAA Public Benefits Advisory Committee] [CIfA] view
570 A Twist in the Tale: Coiled, Spun and Rolled Stories from Artefact Studies view
572 There Is More that Unites Us, than Divides Us. Taking Strategic, Collaborative Approaches to Managing and Delivering Archaeology [CIfA] view
573 Interdisciplinary coprolite analysis view
574 It Takes a Village: Interdisciplinary Bioarchaeological Research on the Role of Children in the Past view
575 Radiocarbon Dating and Archaeology view
578 Between the East and the West. Çatalhöyük’ Contribution to the European Neolithic and European Archaeological Thought view
600 Interpreting Ceramic Technical Data: Challenges in Approaching and Deciphering Prehistoric Societies through Their Pottery Production view
601 Weaving Archaeology, Art and Literature: Narratives & Representations view
602 Runes, Monuments and Memorial Carvings Network [MERC] view
603 Replicable Archaeology: Looking for Workflows and Data Management Strategies Fostering Data Reuse and Methodological Transferability in Archaeological Science view
604 Staging Marginality: Linking Marginal Landscape, Social Power, and Subaltern Materiality view
605 Multi-scalar Lives in the Early Medieval North Atlantic [MERC] view
606 Hearth and Home: Diachronic Approaches to the Archaeological Record view
607 Linking Databases for Comparing Research: Show Your Fortification Information System [COMFORT] view
608 Creativity under Pressure… Prehistoric Art in Times of Crisis and Transition view
609 Multidisciplinary Approaches to Metals: From Ore Mining and Metal Production to Their Impacts in Human Life and Environment view
610 New Ways of Telling the Histories. New Methods of Dissemination of Archaeology and Heritage view
611 Heritage Goes to School. The Importance of Archaeological Dissemination in Education view
612 Living and Dying in the Middle Ages: Bioarcheological Approaches to Health, Disease, and Disability [MERC] view
614 Food culture(s) of Neolithic southeastern Europe: culinary traditions, cuisine and pottery view
615 Some Like It Hot: Copper and Bronze Age Settlement Patterns as Response to Climate Change? view
616 EAA Community for Climate Change and Heritage (CCH) Roundtable [CCH] view
618 Archaeologies of Religion and Symbolic Behaviour: Building Usable Digital Databases view
619 Happy Archaeology for Healing Museums view
620 Isotopes and Archaeological Theories of Complexity view
621 ’Specialisation, Standardisation and Diversity’: Re-examining the Role of Mass Production in Archaeology view
656 A Hopeful Past? De-escalation Strategies in Past Societies view
657 Through Infancy and Beyond: Bioarchaeological Perspectives of Childhood in the Past view
659 The Archaeology of Households in Prehistoric Northern Europe view
660 Floor Debates. Analysis and Interpretation of Archaeological Floors and Occupation Surfaces view
661 Pathogenic Disease in the Past view
662 Run to the Valleys [PaM] view
664 The Anti-HABI Toolkit: Practical Workshop on Solutions and Measures for Preventing and Addressing Harassment, Assault, Bullying and Intimidation in Archaeology [AGE] view
665 Understanding Isoscapes view
666 Prospecting Prehistoric Land Use and its Environment: Challenges and Perspectives for Investigating Lifeways of Hunter Gatherers and Early Farmers [PaM; Archaeological Prospection Community] view
669 How to Make Genders and Sexualities Visible in the Ancient Mediterranean? view
670 Neolithization of the Mediterranean: Integrated Approaches to Old Questions view
671 Rock Art, Landscape, and Settlements - Study of Context and Placement view
672 Hunter-Gatherer Animal Exploitation in the Pleistocene and the Archaeological Record [PaM] view
673 Patterns of Passage. A Multi-scalar Approach to Transport in the Roman Period (1st Century BCE – 5th Century CE) view
674 Methods, Meanings and Maintenance - Approaches to Medieval Ecclesiastical Buildings [MERC] view
675 Pioneers and Kuhnian Revolutions at the Dawn of Celtic Studies: Re-thinking the Present Debate through the Lenses of the Past view
676 Integrating Neandertal Legacy: Recent Results of Multi- and Interdisciplinary Research [PaM] view
677 Early Christianity and Its Impact on Life during the Rise of the First East Central and Northern European Monarchies view
678 Metals and Metalworking II – Archaeometallurgical Narratives of the Iron and Middle Ages view
681 From Combat to Friendship around a Historic Alpine Lodge. Heritage and Peace-Building on the Border of Italy, Slovenia and Austria view
682 A Glimpse into the Inequalities along the Margins: Surplus Economy, Technological Change and Trade in the Western Mediterranean Hinterlands view
684 Forensic Archaeology in Europe: Contesting the Present view
685 Re-integrating the Environmental Archaeology of Europe’s ‘Wet’ and ‘Dry’ Neolithic Landscapes view
686 Following the Steps of Past Shepherds. Searching for Pastoralism in Mountain Areas view
687 Historical Archaeology or the Material History of the Modernity: Experiencing Landscapes around the Fours Corners of the World view
688 Bioarchaeology of Girlhood, Maidenhood, and Motherhood in Past Societies. Reconstructing Women’s Life-History through Morphology, Histology, and Biogeochemistry view
690 In Search of Sustainable Pastoralism: Stories of Heritage, Resilience, and Collaboration view
691 Feeling and Learning about the Past: New Methodologies for Studying Archaeological Sites view
692 CRMarchaeo Workshop: A Stepping Stone to FAIR Practice view
693 Zooarchaeology and mobility in the Past: human-animal interaction in Archaeology from Palaeolithic to Medieval times [PaM] view
694 Routed Archaeology IV: On the Path of Synergy view
696 Cloth Cultures in and beyond Viking Age [EAA ComTex] view
697 So Different, Yet So Similar: Biocultural Identity and Plurality in the Medieval and Post-medieval World view
699 Stone, Brick and Mortar: Architecture of the Early Medieval Period in the Balkans [MERC] view
701 Terracotta Figurines as Random or Deliberate Offerings. A Complex Context Revisited view
702 Interdisciplinary Integration in Reconstructing Agricultural Crop Histories view
705 Reconstructing Human-Environment Relationships in Extreme Environments: The Roles of Geoarchaeology, Zooarchaeology, and Archaeobotany in Water-Dominated and in Water-Deprived Landscapes view
706 On Land and Underwater. Detection and Evaluation of Archaeological Sites: Comparative Methodology on a European Scale view
707 Open Access Remote Sensing Data in Cultural Heritage Management, Archaeological Research, and Citizen Science [CIfA] view
710 Archaeological Approaches to Human Perception: Methods and Practice view
711 FAIR Reuse of Archive Data view
712 What to Do with Your Code? Tools and Best Practices for the Long-term Sustainability of Code Outputs in Archaeology view
713 Artefacts, Archaeological Science and European Identities in Iron Age Alps, Pannonia and the Balkans [EAA ComTex] view
714 Repositories and Datasets as Operational Tools in Countering the Illicit Trafficking of Cultural Goods view
723 Strategies for Food Production in Prehistory view
724 Archaeo-Riddle: The Ultimate Challenge view
725 Islands, Monasteries and Water [MERC] view
726 EAA and EAC Working Group on Farming, Forestry and Rural Land Management Roundtable view
727 Centuriated Landscapes beyond the Western Mediterranean: Roman Impacts on Landscape Evolution view
728 Urban Phenomena in Archaeological Sites-Issues Related to Traits, Homogeneity, Diversity and Sustainability view
729 EXARC: Reconstructing Past Narratives Through Experimental Archaeology view
730 Interdisciplinary Perspectives into Roman Commerce, Economy and the Acquisition of New Tastes during the Roman Period from the 4th Century BC Onwards view