BANEA was founded to promote the study of the archaeology, history and languages of the ancient Near East at all levels; provide a forum for discussion; and enhance opportunities to study these subjects. The conference for the academic year 2004-2005 will be in Oxford, 6-8th January 2005. Within the association there are regionally-based groups, which [...]
The British Institute at Ankara (BIAA) supports, promotes and publishes British research focused on Turkey and the Black Sea littoral in all academic disciplines within the arts, humanities and social sciences, whilst maintaining a centre of excellence in Ankara focused on the archaeology and related subjects of Turkey.
International democratic association focusing on European archaeology on an academic and professional level. Publishes a triennial journal, newsletter, yearbook and holds an annual conference incorporating the EAA Annual Business Meeting.
The society organises lectures in London & Manchester, produces an annual journal, The Bulletin, and offers student travel grants.
Our society develops private investigations improving new technologies in archaeology, natural environment and ground penetrating systems.
ICAA is a research, training and consultancy group affiliated to the University of East Anglia.
Excavation of the priory of Rozet, a medieval monastic site in the Charente, near Angouleme, France. Rozet is a sister priory of the Grandmontine priory of Craswall in Herefordshire. This project is worked by an international team of volunteers linked to an archaeological summer school for students of Western Michigan University. Volunteers are needed between [...]
In 1998 the British Institute at Amman for Archaeology and History and the British School of Archaeology in Jerusalem amalgamated to create the Council for British Research in the Levant (CBRL). The CBRL promotes the study of the humanities and social sciences (e.g. archaeology, geography, history, literature, linguistics, social anthropology) as relevant to the countries [...]
Weekly lectures on Egyptology & frequent Saturday school day seminars.
A new illustrated Danish archaeological magazine issued 4 times a year. Focus is mainly Scandinavian archaeology, but other topics as cultural heritage and mans early origin forms a basic part of the magazine. In connection to the magazine the website is daily updated with archaeological news primarily from Denmark.
Research centre providing facilities for graduate students and others engaged in research in Greece. Facilitates excavations/surveys in Greece. All field staff are expected to have had training under a professional archaeologist.
Covers archaeological work in Iraq and neighbouring countries including fieldwork projects in Syria and the Gulf States. Publishes a 6-monthly newsletter, an annual report, the annual journal IRAQ and occasional publications. Holds a minimum of 3 lectures annually. No fieldwork opportunities at the present.