We are a small group of dedicated archaeologists who with others are focusing our knowledge on this subject. We intend to publish (via the internet), challenging new theories based upon factual data about the British Navy and other Roman Navies. As well as to run two pairs of workshops per year, for which we have [...]
The statutory adviser to government departments and local authorities on archaeological issues. Responsible for research frameworks and standards in English archaeology.
Poulton is a multi-period rural site 3 miles south of Chester, which has been yielding evidence of 9500 years of human activity. Mesolithic Flints from 7500 BC, late Bronze Age/early Iron Age pottery and Human Cremations; Roman Pottery, brooches, coins, building material, window and goblet glass; Saxon Pottery; Medieval Graves (13/14thC) decorated floor tiles, buckles [...]
National body for aviation archaeologists and researchers. Initially formed by those investigating crash sites, the area of study has expanded to cover related aspects such as airfield architecture. The council aims to establish and maintain ethical standards and promote the preservation of aircraft relics and related documents and artefacts. There are 3 overseas (Associate ) [...]
We meet usually one Saturday each month to do archaeological projects, take part in fieldwork/excavations, or try a wide range of hands-on archaeological activities on beach, moor or in our clubhouse No more exists, marion 29/05/08
Children of 8-16 are welcome to join us for indoor and outdoor activities monthly throughout the school year.
Archaeological Field Unit.
We carry out some 100 geophysical surveys each throughout the UK and overseas. Techniques include magnetometry, earth resistance, ground radar and ground conductivity for use on all types of rural and urban sites. In the past we have worked on projects at the Tower of London, Hampton Court, Winchester, Oxford and Cardiff Castles and the [...]
The centre converted from a redundant Oast adjacent to Blacklands Roman site is used as a base for SWAT Archaeology, the commercial arm of the Kent Archaeological Field School.
Archaeological consultant and contractor offering a full range of services to clients in the south and east of England.
Its main aims are research in, and the public promotion of Herefordshire’s archaeology It is also involved in taking archaeology to local schools. Recent work by their trading company Archaeological Investigations Ltd includes the discovery that the ambulatory of the nationally important Pembridge Bell Tower may be medieval in date (1471 AD), with assistance from [...]
The County Archaeology Service manage the Sites and Monuments Record and provides advice on the impact of development proposals on land-based, coastal and maritime sites. We implement the Portable Antiquities Scheme and undertake large research projects including Community Archaeology at Yaverland and the Wootton-Quarr intertidal research project.
Curator for Shropshire. Maintains a computerised Sites and Monuments Record as part of a broader environmental database. Provides advice on planning issues and general land management. SMR database recently moved onto Exegesis system and SMR mapping in process of being digitised on Arc view GIS.
Interactive archaeology website which presents material in easy colour coded format – cover Palaeolithic to Medieval. E-magazine delivered monthly in PDF format, first issue free. Notice board and forum online.
We offer short, informal breaks based in St David’s in Pembrokeshire discovering local archaeology.
WARG, the society for Winchester archaeology and local history, promotes the study of archaeology and local history in the City of Winchester and the surrounding area, through meetings, walks, field walking, excavations, excursions and other events. It also provides work parties and other support for the Winchester Museums Service and develops training activities for volunteers
Dedicated to encouraging the appreciation of archaeology and local history within North East Lincolnshire region and beyond.