University of Groningen 

The Groningen Institute of Archaeology GIA engages in fundamental archaeological research in Northwest Europe, the Mediterranean and the Polar Regions. GIA stimulates and integrates fundamental research on past human societies and their environments, from Palaeolithic hunter-gatherers to complex urban societies. The Institute facilitates research and fieldwork through its laboratories, drawing facilities, documentation, GIS, and technical support.

Welcome at the 23rd Annual meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists

Please find the welcome movie here

CERTIFICATE OF ATTENDANCE

Download your certificate of attendance on www.klinkhamergroup.com/eaa2017

 

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Your name is fixed but you can add your affiliation and if you did present a paper or not.

 

After giving in these details you can download the certificate. Please be aware that the certificate can be created only once but downloaded in your account more often.

Programme of Sessions

The programme of Sessions is now available. (last updated: 28 July 2017).

Click here to download the Programma Book.

Click here to download the Abstract Book.

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