Some of the projects below are in their initial stages of assessment and the subject of current funding proposals.
Eleusis - Greece
Gonies-Philioremos - Greece
Overshadowed by its Minoan Peak Sanctuary, the village of Gonies nestles in the verdant, rolling hills, which will appeal to the hikers and cyclists whom the villagers wish to attract to the area.
Montelabate - Italy
Vela Spila - Croatia
Mediterranean port town of Vela Luka on Kor?ula island, Croatia, Vela Spila cave has evidence of use from the Paleolithic 25,000 years ago.
Pangani - Tanzania
The historic 18th and 19th century buildings of Pangani, built by African, Omani and Indian merchants, are testament to the vibrant networks of trade which once existed between Africa, India and Arabia.
Troina - Italy
Once the first Norman stronghold in Sicily, Troina, surveys a landscape of settlements dating back to the late Neolithic of the 4th millennia.
Farafra - Egypt
Predynastic settlements in the Western Desert, once on the shores of a Neolithic lake.
Duino Aurisina - Italy
Duino Aurisina is an area rich in archaeology continuously at least from the Neolithic to the current day.
Suakin - Sudan
Strategically situated on an island, Suakin, known as a port since Roman times, developed as a thriving emporia in Mediaeval times flourishing until the Ottoman era.
Grand Turk - Turks and Caicos Islands
Inhabited by Lucayan indians prior to the Columbus landfall it was then de-populated until the raking of salt became a major industry. Many wrecks line its shores.