The Institute conducts archaeological field research and help researchers associated with the scientific community in Denmark obtain permits. Field research typically refers to archaeological excavations or surveys that attempt to address historical questions or clarify a specific social issue in our cultural history.
Project leaders report to the Greek authorities on an annual basis while project findings are regularly made public through websites and other popular science media.
Actual scientific publication is in book form (both printed and electronic) or in longer format, mainly in the form of a publication series issued by the Institute.
In the subcategories, you can read about the Institute’s various projects as well as previous completed projects.
Kristina Winther-Jacobsen presents DIA’s archaeological Projects and the framework for the Danish archaeological Projects in Greece at the Carlsberg Conference in January 2016