Oxford University MARE is a unit of Oxford University specialising in maritime archaeology excavation and research
One of the UKs leading early medieval re-enactment societies, ERA depicts aspects of life in post-Roman Britain of the 5th and 6th centuries. We can display a wide range of craft skills (including weaving, spinning, dyeing, woodworking, forge-work, casting etc) as well as military skills. (ERA UK NO LONGER EXISTS)
We offer a range of archaeological services to archaeologists, developers and consultants throughout the country, including our specialist Environmental Archaeology, Conservation and Geophysical Survey services. We offer a consultancy service to the development industry. We also conduct research and training projects on behalf of the university.
Cover all aspects of archaeological work in Surrey and neighbouring counties.
Consultant covering the South of England. All the usual consultancy services plus project management and adult education. Utility industries a speciality.
We are a small maritime unit, based in Southampton, that operates nationwide as well as abroad. Our services include desk based assessments, underwater and foreshore surveys as well as commercial underwater excavations.
High resolution geophysical surveys using non-invasive techniques. Used for archaeological, engineering and environmental applications and UXO mapping. Specialists in microgravity and cross hole seismics.
Curator for City of Bristol. Maintains computerised Sites and Monuments Record. Provides development control advice.
Curator for the whole of West Sussex. Maintains a computerised Sites and Monuments Record. Provides advice about planning and development control, interpretation of sites, guided walks and leaflets as resources permit. Has a part time SMR officer.
Curator for the historic environment of the Peak District National Park, including archaeology, buildings, settlement, landscape. Promotes sustainable development. Provides advice on planning and conservation. Carries out survey and research.
Publishes the Yorkshire History Quarterly, the Lancashire History Quarterly, Northern Vernacular Buildings and the Industrial Heritage Journal. Also organises lectures, day schools, landscape tours and surveys. We now have up and running a Heritage Funded project based at our Settle premises -under the umbrella of North Craven Historical Research Group – this involved recording local [...]
Make specialist waterproof labels, and have been supplying archaeologists since the mid 80′s.Their most common uses are for site and finds labels and for long term storage. They can be plain, printed or punched to order.
Specialist ancient world travel operators owned and managed by archaeologists. Small parties led by experts all over the world. Real interest and enthusiasm for the archaeology of the area and culture both ancient and modern. Palaeolithic Cave Art through to the Maya in Guatemala. No excavation, but archaeology of real integrity. Lower-cost Bare Bones tours [...]
The society is very active. It runs an annual training excavation at Upper Row. We have our own geophysical survey equipment to use on local sites. Winter lectures & Summer walks & excursions.
Probably Britain’s largest archaeological society, owns and operates no less than 6 museums/historic properties. Publishes three newsletters and a journal each year. Has an excellent library. Fieldwork for 2006 being planned on post-medieval site at Tide Mills, Newhaven, East Sussex. Opportunities for volunteers – free to members.