A long known archaeological site, that of one of the largest Roman Villa rustica sites in the Saar-Moselle area, was time and time again being damaged by illegal looting excavations. That is why in 1986, official excavations started, supported by the Landkreis Merzig-Wadern...
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With members in over 40 countries we offer a strong supportive network through which experimental archaeologists and staff at
Themes cover not only public , , skills, and , but also exchange of staff, dialogue with visitors, marketing & communication and of course management.
EXARC Members form a mutually supportive network. Small as well as large scale cooperation within the association are organised individually to ensure a better success. Since its beginning, EXARC has initiated a number of international projects, some of which were funded by the European Union. New ideas are developed continuously and are discussed by the members of EXARC. You can read about our present cooperation projects online.
Besides Members, EXARC also has Donors. They pay the same fees as EXARC Members, but are free to pay more. Their role is described in the EXARC Charter, Article Eight. If you want more information, or consider becoming a Donor, please contact R.P. Paardekooper.
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Thirty kilometres to the south of Lyon and on the right bank of the Rhône River, the archaeological site of Saint-Romain-en-Gal...
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