There will be addressed general issues relating to human remains, with an emphasis on their current scientific and theological approach, while there will be discussed the existing legal framework in major European countries, as well as the ethics and management of archaeological human remains.
The display and interpretation of archaeological human remains, the main theme of the Conference, will be the focus of this day’s proceedings. Good practices of display and case studies from Greece and abroad will be presented.
The two round tables, saved for the end of the second day, will focus primarily on issues relating to the management and display of archaeological human remains in Greece.
- The official languages of the Conference will be Greek and English.
- There is provision for language interpretation.
- On-line registration is not requested.
- Registration will be held before the beginning of the Conference sessions (31/10: 9.00 – 9.30).
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