Publishes books and journals on landscape history, archaeology & history of British countryside. Publications are designed for both professionals & amateurs with an interest in the landscape. Occasional weekend courses to help readers develop their expertise in these areas.
The CIA is proud to announce the successful development and production of the TR/CIA Resistivity Meter. This high performance resistivity meter is specially designed for use by local societies as well as by educational establishments and professional archaeologists, at a price that all can afford. The primary aim of the CIA is to explore and [...]
Mission archeologique francaise de Sakkara (Egypte). 2006: decouverte des vestiges d’une nouvelle pyramide de reine (fin de la VI dynastie).
Rescue excavations at the Fourth Nile Cataract. Publication of bulletin and archaeological reports. Recent archaeological fieldwork in Sudan.
Active amateur group undertaking small excavations and assisting local professional unit when required.
Monthly meetings between September and April – both Natural History and Archaeological. Walks and Field Trips and other related activities.
Holds monthly lectures September to June. Publishes ‘Look back at Andover’ annually.
Local archaeological society. Activities, excavations, fieldwork, lectures & site museum. Excavating late Iron Age settlement and Roman villa at Piddington, Northamptonshire.
Excavations at Penicuik from February to July. Other fieldwork projects including geophysics, south and west of Edinburgh, and fieldwalking .
A very active amateur society operates the Clydesdale area in Scotland. Regular lecture and visits programme from September to May. Activities include fieldwalking as well as survey work with resistivity meter and EDM. Current work includes resistivity survey on Castledykes, Roman Fort, EDM survey of local farms and research work on Timothy Pont’s 1596 map [...]
The Society actively studies, explores and records the archaeology of the Huddersfield area. It covers Pre-history, the Roman and Mediaeval periods and more recently, Industrial Archaeology. A Roman Interest Group has just been formed, whose priority is to find more links of the Roman Road across the Pennines A winter lecture series is held on [...]
Programme of lectures and meetings. Publishes a newsletter and a journal ‘Gerddi’. Carries out the recording of parks and gardens throughout Wales. Also carries out documentary research.
Programme of winter lectures and summer excursions. A century of Archaeology in East Herts. published 1998. Publishes newsletter and ‘Hertfordshire Archaeology’.
Programme of winter lectures and summer excursions. Publishes a newsletter ‘The Recorder’, and biennial Transactions. The society has its own library of specialist books and periodicals.
Monthly lectures from October to March and monthly excursions from May to October, with monthly field meetings all year. (NO KNOWN INFO.)
The Society concerned with the preservation, restoration and conservation of the finest Victorian gasworks in Northern Ireland. After receiving substantial grants, the museum is now fully restored and open to the public.
Active research into all aspects of archery, from the earliest times. Two meetings a year, newsletters and an annual journal. Large membership spread over 13 countries. Members are assisted with their individual research. Website includes a members only discussion forum.
The equivalent of the Council for British Archaeology in Scotland. Promotes informed opinion concerning the study and conservation of Scotland’s archaeological heritage. It is a membership society, members being local archaeological, historical and amenity societies, museums and other bodies, and individuals. Members receive ‘Discovery and Excavation in Scotland’ annually, and ‘Scottish Archaeological News’ 3 times [...]
Investigates underground spaces, both man-made and man-used underground spaces of al types & periods.
Curators for Northern Ireland to record, protect and promote the built heritage. Maintains a computerised Sites and Monuments Record. Provides statutory regulation and enforcement, advice on planning, and grant aid. Carries out surveys, excavations and recording of monuments and buildings.