It is one of ArcLand's main aims to not only produce knowledge and share expertise for the archaeological community but to also make the broader public aware of how archaeolists work today - it is not just trowel, brush or spade, combined with studies in a library that helps to understand us past alndscapes and the humans that lived within but it is also high tech and sophisticated use of computer based methods that provides us with an insight into past cultures all over Europe.

We are more than happy to share all this in our publications, our travelling exhibition and of course also on this webpage.

  • Grants

    ArchaeoLandscapes Europe offers a range of bursaries/grants to support students and young scholars t

  • Publications

    Publications from or about the ArcLand project are a means to disseminate our activities and to shar

  • Exhibitions

    An international traveling exhibition, made of traditional graphic and photographic material as well

  • Education

    One of the main purposes of the ArcLand project is to teach various aspects of Remote Sensing and Su

EU-Culture-600pxThe project ArchaeoLandscape Europe is funded by the European Union within the framework of the Culture 2007-2013 framework (CU7-MULT7, Strand 1.1 Multi-Annual Cooperation Projects). This website reflects the views of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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