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25 March 2019
Following the ARIADNE project, ARIADNEplus has just been selected by the European Commission for 4 years. The objectives is to develop the existing European archaeological data infrastructure, its user community and its innovative services. Inrap is the main French partner of this major project for archaeological research.
14 May 2018
The European Commission selected the NEARCH project, with 15 other European projects, to represent the “good practices” related to the management and valorisation of cultural heritage, during the European Year of Cultural Heritage.
14 March 2014
Laurent Bruxelles of Inrap has co-published an article with Ronald Clarke, Richard Maire, Richard Ortega and Dominic Stratford in the Journal of Human Evolution on the dating of Little Foot (StW 573) through stratigraphic analysis (Silberberg Grotto, Sterkfontein, South Africa).
21 September 2012
Launched in 2007, the programme "Archaeology in contemporary Europe: professional practice and public outreach” (ACE) ended on 21 September 2012 with a seminar at the École du Louvre.
30 July 2009
Work on the substructure of the Algiers metro and its subsidiary installations (stations, ventilation shafts, etc.) are being carried out within the limits of the Kasbah, listed as an Algerian National Heritage Site since 1973, and on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1992. More than two thousand years of the history of Algiers are buried here.
15 July 2009
The Ethiopian authority of research and conservation of heritage (ARCCH), the French centre of Ethiopian studies (CFEE) and the French National Institute of Preventive Archaeology (Inrap) have just executed, during an exceptional mission, the topographic and archaeological map of the site of Lalibela, classified by UNESCO in 1978 as part of the world heritage of humanity.
17 June 2009
Inrap and the UNESCO World Heritage Center have just signed an agreement ("letter of intention") to combine their efforts for the conservation and development of sites and monuments on the World Heritage of Humanity List (1972 Convention for the protection of natural and cultural sites, ratified by 186 States).
16 November 2007
The European Commission has chosen, from more than a hundred applications, the project "Archaeology in Contemporary Europe: professional practice and public outreach" presented by the Institut National de Recherches Archéologiques Préventives and 13 research partners from 10 European countries.