The 10th Joint Meeting of ECFN and 2023


The 10th Joint Meeting of the European Coin Find Network and will be held in conjunction with Bulgarian Numismatic Readings in Sofia, Bulgaria June 19–23 2023.

St. Kliment Ohridski © 2022 Faculty of Philosophy

We are delaying until 2023 due to the general backlog of delayed conferences to be held in 2022.
Many thanks to Dilyana Boteva and her team at the St. Kliment Ohridski University of Sofia for the invitation!
News of the programme and the call for papers will follow. 

Call for papers: Publication of the 9th Joint Meeting of ECFN and

We invite all participants who had presentations and posters at the 9th Joint Meeting of ECFN and in Viminacium, to submit texts for the Proceedings of the Meeting.
Editorial board: Mirjana Vojvoda, Vujadin Ivanišević, Rahel C. Ackermann, Andrew Meadows, David Wigg-Wolf

Papers should be submitted to the secretary of the editorial board by April 1st 2022. Papers must be submitted in digital form, via e-mail:

Goodbye Viminacium … hello Sofia!

Thank you to Mirjana Vojvoda and the team from Viminacium and the Archaeological Institute, Belgrade, for hosting us – physically and virtually – for three days of excellent papers and networking …

The participants of the 9th Joint Meeting of ECFN and 2021 at Viminacium Archaeological Park

… and we look forward to reconvening in Sofia, Bulgaria for the next meeting of the European Coin Find Network. Thank you to Dilyana Boteva and her team from the University of Sofia for the invitation!

ECFN and 2021 postponed

New Dates!!!

Following renewed postponement, the meeting will be held from 21st to 25th September 2021at Viminacium Archaeological Park.

(Image: Dzumba54n. CC BY-SA 3.0)

For further information see: and .

Dear colleagues,

We are very pleased to inform you that most of the originally registered participants confirmed their participation in the 9th ECFN and Meeting until 21st – 25th September 2021.

The situation is developing well in Europe as far as vaccination is concerned, so travel conditions are changing. So far, Serbia has signed an agreement with several countries on the recognition of vaccination certificates (Hungary, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Turkey, North Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina). I hope that in September it will spread to other countries.

Covid-19 Entry Conditions you can follow on Republic of Serbia, Ministry of Forgeign Affairs website:

It is recommended for participants to be vaccinated, which will greatly facilitate the trip and make our Meeting far safer. We would like to inform you that all employees of the Archaeological Institute Belgrade have been vaccinated, as well as all staff at the Archaeological Park and Limes Park at Viminacium. Nevertheless, during the Meeting we will adhere to the measures that will then be in force, in order to provide a safe environment for all participants.

For a few colleagues, who cannot travel due to health reasons, we will organize online participation with the papers they have submitted. The same will apply to colleagues from the USA, if the measures prescribed for them in Serbia remain in force in September.

Colleagues who did not make payments in 2020 or to whom we returned the money, please don’t pay according to the instructions we sent last year! 

You will pay the costs of the excursion and registration fee in cash in euros (70 euros per person). Accommodation and food costs can be paid with a bank card at Viminacium (195 eur per person). You will receive invoices for both payments. Everyone who paid in 2020 will also receive invoices upon arrival.

We hope that the circumstances with the corona virus will remain the same or that they will improve, and that we will finally gather in September.

We will inform you regularly about changes in the conditions of entry into Serbia.

Kind regards,

Steering Committee Members: 
Vujadin Ivanišević                                                               
Mirjana Vojvoda
Rahel Ackermann
Andrew Meadows
David Wigg-Wolf