The city of Iași lies only 16 km away from the European Union”s border with the Republic of Moldova. Its history can be traced back to the beginning of the fifteenth century, and it was the capital of the Principality of Moldavia from the sixteenth century to the middle of the nineteenth century. Today it is the second largest city of Romania, an important economic hub, and home to one of Romania”s largest academic communities.
The consortium that came together to welcome the participants at the seventh edition of the Landscape Archaeology Conference is composed by:
One of the strongest connections between all these different institutions and disciplines is the need to understand the human being not as a rational, self-contained construct, but as a link within the network that constitutes the physical world.