The “Network in Eastern European Neolithic and Wetland Archaeology for the improvement of field techniques and dating methods”

The “Network in Eastern European Neolithic and Wetland Archaeology for the improvement of field techniques and dating methods” (NEENAWA) was an Institutional Partnership between archaeological institutions in North Macedonia, Russia, Ukraine and Switzerland, funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF). The project focused on the enhancement of scientific infrastructure and training of students and professionals dealing with Neolithic settlements near lakes, rivers and marshes.
The aim of this book is to document the activities performed during and arising from this project between 2015 and 2020. Activity and experience reports as well as scientific case studies keep record of the various actions and events that took place in the partner countries. They also witness to the scientific and structural development of wetland and underwater archaeology in Eastern Europe.

Who worked:

Hafner, AlbertDolbunova, EkaterinaMazurkevich, AndreyMorozova, YanaNaumov, GoceNielsen, EbbeShydlovskyi, PavloTodoroska, Valentina (October 2020). Network in Eastern European Neolithic and Wetland Archaeology. Scientific Cooperation between Eastern Europe and Switzerland (Berner Arbeitspapiere zur Prähistorischen Archäologie / Bern Working Papers on Prehistoric Archaeology 3). Bern: Bern Open Publishing (BOP); Institute of Archaeological Sciences, Prehistory

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