WARP promotes research and practice in Wetland Archaeology world-wide. It has co-organised recent conferences in Exeter, Dublin, Florida and Washington State. The September 2005 conference, organised with SWAP (Scottish Wetland Archaeology Research Project) will be in Edinburgh – see www.scottish-wetlands.org/ for details. WARP publishes the Journal of Wetland Archaeology, with JWA4 and JWA5 due in [...]
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Underwater archaeological research, maritime history, archaeology & ethnology, post-graduate teaching & research. Contract work resource management.
Butser is an experimental Iron Age farm, with constructs of Iron Age roundhouses. It provides an educational resource for primary up to secondary schools covering the invaders [Romans] and the invaded [Celts]. Specialist group visits by arrangement. Public weekends are the last weekend March to September. Conducts archaeological research with emphasis on experimentation and geophysics. [...]
Presenting and illuminating the life of a Roman soldier in Britain, by way of informative, educational and interactive experiences for all ages. We provide some of the only full time professional Romans in Britain and are available throughout the year, enduring the British climate with authentic clothing and equipment. We constantly update our knowledge and [...]
Meetings are on third Saturday of the month at the Archaeological Centre, from 10am – 1pm. Leaders are Tamsin Graham [Juniors, 9-12yrs], Phil Stevens [Seniors, 13-16], Jill Graham and Alex Grey [Assistants]. See website for programme.
Held on last Saturday of each month, 2006 is our Saxon year hopefully culminating in the unique opportunity to help build a Saxon craft building on our site. We would welcome new members to our group – please contact Caroline!
A firm of Consulting Engineers & archaeologists with various offices giving advice on all aspects of the heritage throughout the UK and internationally. Work experience schemes and volunteers involved on excavation, post-excavation and finds processing.
Contractor covering Devon and adjoining counties. Services include assessment, evaluation, survey, building survey, excavation, historical research, site interpretation and finds research. Volunteers accepted individually, not in groups.
Unit specialising in the recording and analysis of historic buildings. Based at Norwich Cathedral but also undertaking outside contracts. Typical projects include Measured Surveys (plans & elevations), watching briefs during work on buildings, and reports for Listed Building Consent.
Provides a wide range of commercial archaeological services throughout Scotland and Northern England to developers, their agents and government organisations
A freelance organisation offering a range of osteological services including human osteoarchaeology, forensic consultancy, facial reconstruction and zooarchaeology. Carries out contract work for various archaeological field units.
Curator for Exmoor National Park. Provides Development control advice, site management, survey and research. Also involved in local guided walks, talks and publications.
The archaeological conservation officer is the curator for the National Park Authority. Maintains the Historic Environment Record. Provides advice on site management and conservation, and development control.
Local Authority Curator and Sites and Monuments Record for North East Lincolnshire
One of the world’s leading archaeology and ancient history publishers, issuing textbooks for students (e.g. Archaeology by Renfrew & Bahn and The Human Past ed. Chris Scarre), established series such as Ancient Peoples & Places and illustrated books on everything from human evolution and world prehistory to ancient Egypt, the Celts, Roman Britain and the [...]