German Archaeological Institute - Romano-Germanic Commission

Heritage
Institute


The mission of the German Archaeological Institute (DAI) is to conduct and facilitate research worldwide in the archaeological sciences and classical studies. Through its research projects the DAI creates an important foundation for dialogue between cultures, for international scientific collaboration and for the preservation of cultural heritage. The DAI is active on five continents in over 350 projects. The projects range from the sanctuary of Olympia, the pyramids of Dashur in Egypt, the imperial palaces on the Palatine in Rome and the 12,000 year old cult site of Göbekli Tepe in Turkey to the oases of the Arabian Peninsula. In addition ancient cultures are being investigated in the Andes of Peru, in the western desert of China, on the Solomon Islands in the West Pacific and Easter Island.

Romano-Germanic Commission (RGK)
Founded in 1902, the Romano-Germanic Commission is headquartered in Frankfurt on Main. Its research focus is the prehistory and early history of Europe as well as Roman provincial archaeology. The Commission plays a key role as a hub for European prehistory research.

Other name (in original language): 
Deutschen Archäologischen Institut - Römisch-Germanische Kommission
Acronym: 
RGK
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Palmengartenstraße 10-12
60325 Frankfurt
Germany