Organises lectures on Egyptological subjects, study days and trip in the UK to places of Egyptological interest and occasionally to Egypt.
Programme of lectures, guided walks and field trips. Excavations are planned.
A Previously unknown multi period site, initially uncovering an Iron Age Inner and Outer enclosure ditches with Roundhouse remains. Now revealing emerging evidence of continuous use and occupation since the last Ice Age.
Monthly meetings, usually 2nd Saturday of each month, covering a wide range of historical and archaeological activities. Quarterly newsletter.
Programme of monthly lectures October to April. Also carries out fieldwork survey projects and watching briefs on developments.
Excavations, Fieldwalking, Geophysical surveys, winter lecture programme, Young Archaeologist’s Club, excursions. Winner, Pitt Rivers Award 2000 for the St Aidan’s sunken ship project.
Council for British Archaeology regional group covering North-East and North-West England. Produces a twice yearly journal and organises spring and autumn conferences with occasional special events.
Programme of outings. Visits to current sites. Contribute towards publication costs of CAT’s annual magazine, ‘The Colchester Archaeologist’.
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Regular programme of lecture meetings and excursions mainly to sites in Nottinghamshire. Produces various publications including Transactions of the Society, volumes in the Records Series and a regular newsletter. The county’s principal historical and archaeological society, promoting research, publication and knowledge of Nottinghamshire’s history.
This group exists to promote research on the archaeology of early medieval Wales c AD 400-1100. It meets annually for a day school either on recent research or on a particular theme concerning the archaeology of early medieval Wales.
Publishes The Review each year. Organises an annual weekend conference.
Holds a meeting three times at year at which papers are given. Produces an annual publication ‘Saga Book’, and various books and other publications.
The largest non-specialist, non-exclusive national society in the UK. Publishes The Archaeological Journal annually. One day Spring and Autumn meetings and one week Summer Meetings. Occasional seminars. Monthly Lecture Programme October-May. Research Grants Awarded Annually.
Largest archaeological society in the country.
The Danebury Environs Project II is investigating ‘Rural Roman settlement in the West Hampshire downland’ and started with the excavation of the Roman villa at Houghton Down in 1997. This has been followed by excavations on villas at Grateley, Fullerton, Thruxton and Abbotts Ann, all villa sites with Iron Age antecedents. This year we will [...]
In 2006 this work will continue with the University of Sussex (Centre for Continuing Education). The work this summer will concentrate upon the south-western area of the villa complex. Various CCE training courses will form part of the project. See Digs section for details.
A research and re-enactment organisation specialising in the authentic reconstruction and testing of Roman military equipment, including artillery, weapons and armour. These are used by the drill squad of the Society (the Vexillation Legionis Geminae) in re-enactments and monthly training sessions at the Roman fort at Baginton, near Coventry. Lectures, talks and displays for schools, [...]