The 39th International Symposium Of Excavations,
Surveys And Archaeometry
22- 26 MAY 2017
ACCC | BURSA | TURKEY
The 39th International Symposium Of Excavations, Surveys And Archaeometry
During the Symposium,
organized in cooperation by The Ministry of Culture and
Tourism of the Republic of Turkey, Uludağ University and
Bursa Metropolitan Municipality archaeological excavation
and survey work, as well as archaeometric studies of
artefacts recovered by these works, carried out in 2016 with
the permission of the ministry will be presented.
At the Symposium there are expected to be
about 340 presentations in the Excavation Results Meeting,
Research Results Meeting and Archaeometry Results Meetings.
Scientists from America, Germany, Australia, Austria,
Belgium, France, the Netherlands, the UK, Switzerland,
Italy, Japan, Canada and Poland will be in attendance.
The Symposium, which carries the
distinction of being the most important archaeological
scientific event to take place in Turkey, has been organized
without interruption since 1979. From 1979-2003 the
Symposium organized under the auspices of the Ministry in
Ankara, Istanbul, Izmir and Çanakkale, from 2004 onwards has
been organized in cooperation with universities.
Within this scope the Syposium has been hosted by – Selçuk
University, Konya in 2004, Akdeniz University, Antalya in
2005, Onsekiz Mart University, Çanakkale in 2006, Kocaeli
University in 2007, and The Faculty of Languages, History
and Geography, Ankara University in 2009. In 2010 the
Symposium was held in Istanbul within the framework of the
European Capital of Culture events, in 2011 it was held at
İnönü University in Malatya, in 2012 in Hitit University,
Çorum, in 2013 in Muğla Sıtkı Koçman University, in 2014 in
the Mosaic Museum, Gaziantep and in 2015 at Atatürk
University, Erzurum, in 2016 at Trakya University, Edirne.
During the Symposium there will be around
20 book and information stands of scientific bodies,
publishers, companies and civil organizations from various
provinces in the Merinos Atatürk Congress Centre.
At the symposium which is expected to be attended by more than 350 Turkish and more than 100 foreign scientists and many students, a set of 6 books consisting of 2016’s presentations will be distributed free of charge to the presenters by the Ministry.