Newsletter of the Roman Military Equipment Conference.
We have worked as glassmakers since 1989, and have devoted virtually all of our time to re-creating Roman glass. In June 2001 we switched from making free-blown and mould-blown Roman glass to working full-time on mosaic glass for one year. In our capacity as glassblowers we have appeared on several British national television programmes devoted [...]
We offer guided tours of a range of archaeological sites around the Peak District. We also offer short breaks and carrrry out independent research.
International democratic association focusing on European archaeology on an academic and professional level. Publishes a triennial journal, newsletter, yearbook and holds an annual conference incorporating the EAA Annual Business Meeting.
Excavating a Saxon site in Wraysbury. Wholly voluntary group, small dig. Not suitable for students needing compulsory excavation experience. Finds are with Windsor Museum Collection.
The Trust aims to increase knowledge of & interest in archaeology with exhibitions, reference library, lectures, post-excavation sessions, fieldwork & ongoing projects
Programme of evening lectures and excursions. Publishes twice yearly ‘Ayrshire Monographs’ and the journal ‘Ayrshire Notes’.
Found in 2005 to research and promote interest and knowledge of the history of the former borough of Leyton and its surrounding region. Lectures and visits . New members welcome but we regret that we cannot undertake research into family history on behalf of individuals
Programme of monthly lectures from October to April. Publishes two bulletins a year, the bi-annual ‘Scottish Archaeological Journal’, and archaeological monographs. Excursions take place all year round and occasional conferences are organised.
Lectures, trips, exhibitions. Some members provide a watching brief service to Northants Heritage and the Nene Valley Archaeological Committee. Permanent displays at Oundle Museum relating to Ashton Roman town and other local archaeological sites. Currently excavating Saxon site at Polebrook near Oundle 2 weeks in July directed by Prof Steve Upex.
A Society interested in the archaeology of the north-east, principally Arbeia Roman Fort. It includes the South Shields Archaeological and Historical Society. Helps organise digs at Arbeia and possibly other sites in the North-East.
Excavation in 2003 and 2004 at a site adjacent to Beeleigh Abbey near Maldon, Essex has revealed the well preserved foundations of a medieval hall building. All the evidence from a large number of artefacts points to a late 15th/early 16th century date and a building associated with the abbey. Six hearths have been uncovered [...]
Programme of winter lectures and a wide range of field trips and visits. Publishes a quarterly newsletter. Aims to record the archaeological landscape of Worcestershire parish by parish, mainly through earthwork surveys, fieldwork, hedgerow recording and documentary research. Some experimental archaeology and occasionally excavation when needed. Currently involved in a ridge & furrow survey and [...]
Supports archaeology in Lincoln in various ways. Programme of monthly talks by visiting speakers. Organises outings and annual holiday. Publishes a wide range of educational publications on Lincoln’s archaeology and a regular newsletter.
The Society was formed in 1947 and membership is open to people interested in Archaeology and History, particularly of Leicestershire and Rutland. Meetings are held monthly, at Vaughan College, during the Autumn and Winter months and in the summer there is a programme of outside events.
Programme of winter lectures and summer excursions. Publishes a journal.
A membership organisation workinga cross all sectors and all disciplines to enhance and promote the interests of historic towns. the Forum’s events and publications focus on perennial and topical issues and offer a strong platform from which to lobby policy makers on behalf of historic towns and cities.
International Society engaged in the research and recording of small scale fortifications world wide. Publishes a newsletter. Holds occasional study days. International membership.
Our foremost archaeological society with an excellent library. In its fine premises next door to the Royal Academy, the Society acts as host to many other organisations and conferences, and plays an important role in providing a forum for archaeology and the historic environment.