Taking place on November 10, 11 and 12, the event will reveal the Algarve’s most relevant archaeological developments over the last decade.
The 10th edition of the Algarve Archeology Meeting will take place from November 10 to 12 at FISSUL in Silves. Jointly organised by the Universities of the Algarve and Nova in Lisbon and the Ministry of Culture, the event’s aim is to publicise the Algarve’s most relevant archaeological developments over the last decade.
The two-day event will feature scientific debates on issues related to archaeological activity in the Algarve. It will also aim to raise awareness of archaeological activity, preservation and heritage enhancement.
Heritage and Maritime Archaeology, Medieval and Modern Archaeology, Problems of Urban Archaeology, Heritage Management, Roman Archaeology, Protohistoric Archaeology, Prehistoric Archeology and Good Practices in Preventive Conservation are the themes that will be addressed during the meeting.
Registration for the event is open until November 6 here.
For more information, interested parties may contact the organisation by calling 282 440 854, or by e-mailing email@example.com.