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As a major patron of the National Institute for Preventive Archaeological Research, Bouygues Travaux Publics is committed to develop a sustainable scientific culture and the preserve heritage. Situated at the crossroads of several scientific fields, preventive archaeology studies the material traces of civilisations, from Prehistory to the contemporary period. Enhancing our knowledge of societies who went before us, gives us a better insight into our present-day world. The purpose of preventive archaeology is to detect and undertake the scientific study of archaeological remains (on land and under water) that might otherwise be destroyed by land development work. Following a decision made by the State, archaeologists from Inrap intervene on a site in order to safeguard its archaeological heritage.

On 17,18 and 19 June 2022, archaelogy stakeholders are mobilizing to celebrate the discipline throughout Europe and invite you to explore the past with more than a thousand events: exceptional openings of excavation sites, archaelogy villages, educational and fun activities, meetings with researchers, lab visits, exhibitions and screenings, etc. Learn more about the program here!

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