Publishes archaeological manuscripts thought too specialised by commercial publishers. Good manuscripts always welcome. Editing is shared between David Davidson and Rajka Makjanic Archaeopress and John and Erica Hedges.
One of the countries leading Flintknappers and Primitive Technologists. He has been studying and practising for over 12 years, he lectures and has been featured on TV programs such a Time Team. He is equally happy working with children or adults and is available all year round for demonstrations, tuitions, and Archaeology days. Replicas made [...]
Weekly lectures on Egyptology & frequent Saturday school day seminars.
Programme of meetings during the year. Publishes newsletters, various archaeology and local history projects.
Encourages and co-ordinates archaeological activity in Hampshire and in particular the participation of archaeological societies and the public.
Appleby Archaeological Group
Educational visits covering the Roman, Saxon and Victorian ages. Reproduction artefacts and clothing, photo library, translation service (Classical and Late Latin, Gothic), background artistes.
Programme of talks and outings. Publishes a newsletter
Desk -based archaeological & historical assessment of Elmswell Old Hall & surrounding landscape. Elmswell, Driffield, East Yorkshire.
Dress as Romans in the different uniforms and costumes of the period 100 BC to 5th century AD. The Society also does Home Guard WW2 displays.
Programme of monthly lectures September to May, and various walks and talks. Chairman tutors courses on archaeology throughout the local area for Cambridge University and W.E.A. List available on application. Francis Pryor MBE is the Hon. President.
The Telford Historical and Archaeological Society (THAS) are a regisered charity (No. 512397). Founded in 1981 to exploit and promote the extensive historical and archaeological material which exists in the vicinity of Telford.This aim is achieved by offering six meeting a year with guest lecturers. These are arranged on the first Thursday of each month [...]
Umbrella organisation for network of community archaeology groups in Leics. & Rutland. Allows amateurs to contribute to and participate in the archaeology of Leics. & Rutland.
Society in the Boston (south Lincolnshire) area, providing lectures, study days and field trips on topics related to the ancient world. Open to all with an interest in ancient history.
The society encourages the study of the coinages of the British Isles and present and former overseas territories, including the USA from the introduction of coinage into Britain. It also concerns itself with medals and tokens etc. and bank notes.
Publish a newsletter twice a year, contains articles, news items, reviews & extensive international bibliography of recent bead studies; offer annual travel grants; published Catalogue of European Beads in the Beck Collection at The Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology Cambridge; organise occasional seminars.
The Collections Trust is an independent UK-based organisation working with museums, libraries, galleries and archives worldwide to improve the management of their Collections. Formerly known as the Museum Documentation Association (MDA), it has published Standards in Action: Working with Archaeology – a guide to using the SPECTRUM Standard with Archaeological material in museums. It supports the [...]
The Standing Conference of Archaeological Unit Managers (SCAUM) exists to assist archaeological managers and to promote best practice. It publishes the ‘Health and Safety in Field Archaeology’ manual and is currently preparing a manual dealing with all aspects of employment in archaeology. SCAUM also publish a series of occasional papers on professional and commercial issues. [...]