Programme of monthly talks. Currently excavating a late Romano-British farmstead site in Crowmarsh. The site has an associated cemetery with 25 burials and an adjacent early Iron Age pit assemblage. There is limited opportunity for excavation (week-ends only) and current attention is focussed on the likely settlement area. The society also carries out field walking [...]
Post-excavation work and documentary research. Survey and excavation at High Legh.
Programme of talks and field visits. Publishes a newsletter and books and booklets on aspects of Whitchurch history.
The Group records urban and rural buildings and researches their history: focussing on ‘vernacular’ buildings of Northumberland, Durham, and Tyne & Wear. Results are published in our occasional journal ‘Northumbrian Building Studies’. Meetings are informal, and no membership fees are charged. New members with or without experience are welcome.
The Royal Institution of Cornwall runs this independent museum with a successful schools service and reference library. The museum has a permanent display on the history of Cornwall from the Prehistoric to the present day as well as the natural history of Cornwall, a world famous collection of minerals and a pre-eminent collections of ceramics [...]
Society to promote the study of archaeology, art and architecture and the preservation of national antiquities. The Association holds an annual conference at a centre of established importance in the medieval period, usually in the British Isles and occasionally in mainland Europe, collating the results of recent research on major cathedrals, minsters and abbeys and [...]
Open to all who are interested in Roman mosaics. Organises meetings and visits. Publishes newsletters and the journal ‘Mosaic’. Engaged in production of a corpus of Roman mosaics.
The Society is open to all who have or who would like to develop an interest in lithic artefacts of any period and related matters. Members receive an annual journal, Lithics; participation in day-meetings, talks and field excursions and society publications at reduced prices.
Situated off the A487 between Cardigan & Newport, this partially reconstructed Iron Age promontory fort is sited within thirty acres of woodland and river meadows. Castell Henllys is open to the public Easter to the end of October, and all year round for school/college visits. A large scale training excavation organised by the University of [...]
A non-profit educational organization whose mission is to defend and protect Rome’s cultural heritage through projects and university-level programs. The Institute has conducted excavations in Italy since 2003, when it began digging in the Roman Forum and Ostia Antica
One of the leading schools in Europe for the study of medieval European martial arts. Teaching a full system of armed and unarmed combat directly from an early 15th c combat treatise by Maestro Fiore dei Liberi. We seek to learn these arts as a martial art, using replica equipment. If you want to learn [...]
Perth YAC provides opportunities for 8-16 year olds to find out about local history & archaeology outside the classroom. Events include field trips, museum based activities and a once year chance to take part in an excavation. Membership is ?5 per year.
Archaeological Research & Consultancy – the consultancy arm of Sheffield University, carrying out a large number of evaluations in Central and Northern England, and key research projects further afield. Major experience of Brownfield sites and Industrial Archaeology.
Contractor covering Scotland. Services include assessment, evaluation, excavation, survey, rescue and research. Recent excavations in Ayrshire, Angus, Perth, St Andrews, Dundee, Edinburgh.
Fully independent archaeological consultants and field contractors, operating nationwide to the construction and minerals industries. Our specialities are in the formulation of archaeological contributions to Environmental Impact Assessments. We are a Registered Organisation with the IFA
Sustainable conservation is all about the proper management of usea nd change in and around cultural heritage assets. TFT Cultural Heritage promotes management stratefies devised to enhance the contribution that historic places and cultural landscapes make within their mondern context, recognising and respecting their overall value and significance to society. Our experts provide development advice [...]