This year‘s 22nd EAA Meeting, which will bring together about 1500 participants from all over the world and will have 108 sessions, roundtable discussions and presentations, will be an excellent opportunity to present your research, ideas and to find partners for future projects.
The conference will take place at Vilnius University - one of the oldest universities in Central and Eastern Europe, established in 1579. The first public museum in Lithuania, where archaeological finds were also exhibited, was established in Vilnius University in 1855. Currently the Department of Archaeology that is a part of Faculty of History is a leading centre for the study of archaeology in Lithuania and has a joint doctorate program in Archaeology with Lithuanian Institute of History.
The initiative to hold the 22nd Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists in Vilnius was suggested by the Society of the Lithuanian Archaeology, which brings together and unites all Lithuanian archaeologists. Organisers of the conference – Society of the Lithuanian Archaeology, Vilnius University and the Academy of Cultural Heritage.