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Recent Developments in Preventive Archaeology in Europe

@inproceedings{Novakovic2018RecentDI,
  title={Recent Developments in Preventive Archaeology in Europe},
  author={Predrag Novakovic and Milan Horň{\'a}k and Maria Pia Guermandi and Harald St{\"a}uble and Pascale Depaepe and Jean Paul Demoule and Michael Heilen and Richard Ciolek-Torello and Donn R. Grenda and Stephen Trow and Tim Allen and H{\aa}kon Gl{\o}rstad and Paul Jobin and Isabelle Kerouanton and Gilles Prilaux and Mark D Talon and Danijela Bri{\vs}nik and Mihela Kajzer Cafnik and Matja{\vz} Nov{\vs}ak and Justina Po{\vs}kienė and Eva Steigberger and Tomasz Michalik and Mariusz Wisniewski and Agnieszka Olech-Śliż and Jan Mařı́k and Szabolcs Czifra and Szilvia F{\'a}bi{\'a}n and Katalin Boz{\'o}ki-Ernyey and Filomena Sirovica and Andrei Măgureanu and Despina Măgureanu and Mihaela Simion and Tonko Rajkova{\vc}a and Jesenko Had{\vz}ihasanovi{\'c} and Adnan Kaljanac},
  year={2018}
}
The texts collected in the monograph are refined versions of the papers presented at the 22nd Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists in Vilnius, 31st of August – 4th of September, 2016, in three sessions focused on various aspects of preventive archaeology: (TH2-07) 25 years later: Changes and conjunctures in preventive (development-led) archaeology in former ‘Eastern’ Europe; (TH2-10) After 1990: a turning point in the guiding principles of rescue excavations and its… 

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