The investigation of past cultures of the region of Europe through the study and scientific analysis of material remains (i.e., osteological, artifactual, architectural, etc.).

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Antiquity: Start of the Mesolithic-Neolithic Transition in North-West Europe
Article by Jim Innes, Jeff Blackford and Peter Rowley-Conwy about the palynological evidence that demonstrates how changes in ecological and economic impacts may well accompany significant culture change.
Archaeological Records of Europe Networked Access - ARENA
Concerned with conservation and presentation of the European archaeological heritage through new information technologies. Partners, resources, activities, conferences and objectives.
Archaeology, Cultural Heritage and Politics in the National Museums of the ex-Yugoslavia
The conversion of the ex-republics of Yugoslavia into new nations has launched the creation of basic state institutions in each country. National museums are one institution recreated in this process.
European Rock Art and Petroglyphs (EURA)
Rock Art in Europe and in the Alps, one of the best way to understand prehistoric conceptuality. Includes, articles and many links.
Searchable database of samples of flint and similar materials collected by Rengert Elburg and Paul van der Kroft in Central Europe. Search by location or type.
Jared Diamond on the Indo-European Expansion
Provides a summary of the case for an Indo-European expansion covering the last 5000 years.
Illustrations of artefacts dating from the first 16 centuries of the modern era from England, Greece and Portugal. Hosted by Oxfordshire County Council.
Valetta Convention
The European Convention on the Protection of the Archaeological Heritage (Revised), signed at Valetta, 16.1.1992. Full text from the Council of Europe.
Yahoo Groups: European Archaeology
Moderated discussion group for European prehistoric and historic archaeology.
Bodies of the Bogs
An illustrated feature from Archaeology on the remains of many hundreds of people which have come to light during peat cutting in northwestern Europe. (December 10, 1997)

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