The project’s main archaeological institutions are the Centre for Baltic and Scandinavian Archaeology/Zentrum für Baltische und Skandinavische Archäologie (ZBSA) in Schleswig and the Museum for Pre- and Early History/Museum für Vor- und Frühgeschichte in Berlin (MVF) under the authority of their directors Claus von Carnap-Bornheim (Schleswig) and Matthias Wemhoff (Berlin). The competences of both institutions ensure an efficient research environment and consequently numerous internal contacts and opportunities for cooperation. Moreover, both institutions offer an extensive network of external partners on a national and international level.

Internal Partners

Furthermore, the project cooperates with the following externally funded research projects related to East-Prussian subjects and collections in both institutions:

External Partners

During World War II the collection of the Prussia Museum in Königsberg was torn apart and distributed across Europe. For this reason cooperative agreements exist with a number of institutions which take care of these parts of the original collection. Further cooperation partners are museums and universities in the former East-Prussian territory that hold estates of scientists or volunteers.

The advisory board has facilitated cooperations with the following institutions:

Further partners in the archaeological investigation in former East Prussia are:

Partners in the supervision of academic papers on East-Prussian subjects are: