Europeana Archaeology

The Royal Museums of Art and History  are partners of the Europeana Archaeology project. Europeana Archaeology is an European project co-funded under the CEF Program, lasting 18 months (February 2019 - July 2020) and coordinated by the University of Vilnius, Faculty of Communication. The consortium is composed by 16 partners.
 

The main objectives of this Europeana ecosystem project are:

  • to make available new high quality digital content related to the rich European heritage (archaeological monuments, historic buildings, cultural landscapes and artefacts)
  • to increase the quality of existing content, enriching the metadata to facilitate user research
  • to make this content accessible through Europeana, in particular through the channel dedicated to archaeology
  • to facilitate the re-use of resources also thanks to the adoption of open licenses
  • to carry out a wide communication campaign through the publication of a virtual exhibition, blogs, photo galleries on Europeana.

 

Partners:

  • VUKF – University of Vilnius Faculty of Communication, project coordinator
  • 2Culture – 2Culture Associates Ltd
  • UNIBO – Alma Mater Studiorum - Università di Bologna
  • ATHENA R.C. – Athina - Erevnitiko Kentro Kainotomias Stis Technologies Tis Pliroforias Ton Epikoinonion Kai Tis Gnosis
  • KNAW-DANS – Data Archiving and Networked Services
  • UGOE – Georg August Universitaet Göttingen
  • INP – Institutul Naţional al Patrimoniului
  • ICCU – Istituto Centrale per il Catalogo Unico delle biblioteche italiane e per le informazioni bibliografiche
  • KMKG – Koninklijke Musea voor Kunst en Geschiedenis
  • Lunida – Lunida Ltd
  • MAN – Musée d'Archéologie nationale Domaine national de Saint-Germain-en-Laye
  • MUO – Muzej za umjetnost i obrt
  • SPK – Stiftung Preussischer Kulturbesitz
  • CUT – Technologiko Panepistimio Kyprou
  • HM – The Hunt Museum
  • UJA-IUIAI – Universidad de Jaén

 

Associates:

  • Carare (IE)
  • Museu (BE)

 

Further information is available on the project website:
https://europeanaarchaeology.carare.eu/