The European Archaeological Heritage Prize 2016

The Nominations, with full citations, should be sent to the EAA Secretariat before 1 June 2016. The prize for 2016 will be awarded during the Annual Meeting of the EAA in Vilnius on 31 August 2016.

An independent committee awards the prize annually to an individual, institution, (local or regional) government or a (European or international) officer or body for an outstanding contribution to the protection and presentation of the European archaeological heritage. In principle, this can be any contribution that is outstanding and of European scope or importance, it does not have to be a scientific contribution. A set of nominations that, when seen together, reflect the full diversity in geography, age and gender as well as in institutions, operating within the heritage field, will be highly appreciated.

The Committee will discuss all serious proposals for the award. Nominations may be made by any of the following:

- Members of the Association (all membership categories)

- Professors and heads of departments of archaeology in European universities and institutes

- Directors of governmental heritage management organisations and agencies in European countries (members of the Council of Europe)

- Non-governmental archaeological, heritage, and professional organisations in European countries.

For more information and submission form, please see http://www.e-a-a.org/prizes_awards.htm#1.htm

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