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Archaeology in Contemporary Europe Project, 2011 (updated 2013)

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ACE is supported by Culture Programme 2007-2013 of the Directorate General for Education and Culture of the European Commission and the project has been led and coordinated by Institut national de recherches archéologiques préventives (INRAP), in Paris, with a further 12 project partners: Culture Lab, Universiteit leiden, AUTh, AMU, ADS, KÖH, INCIPIT (CSIC), RGK, IBC, KINEON, Unité d'archéologie de la ville de Saint-Denis and OE.

The ACE network aims to promote contemporary archaeology at a European wide level, by emphasising its cultural, scientific, and economic dimensions, including its manifold interest for the wider public. With the acceleration of infrastructure and development works throughout the continent in the past decades, contemporary archaeology has become particularly important and challenging. The process of development poses severe threats to archaeological remains, which are by nature fragile and non-renewable, but it can also provide new opportunities for increasing our knowledge about the past and for enhancing sustainable archaeological heritage management for the benefit of all European citizens.

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