Context One Archaeological Services is a small independent organisation offering a high quality range of archaeological services for those who require specialist advice in the study of the past. Based in Dorset, in the heart of southern England, we can provide a rapid response to requests for our services across the South. We welcome enquiries [...]
Archaeological contractors of finds, environmental and conservation services. Assessments, publications, research, archive preparation & storage and display projects are covered. On-site advice provided, including sampling strategies and conservation. Other services include finds and environmental processing, training and lectures. Work in London, around UK and Abroad.
Curator covering Bath and North East Somerset. Services include provision of planning advice and SMR information, along with some educational/public outreach.
Curator for Surrey. Maintains computerised Sites and Monuments Record. Monitors all archaeological work in the county. Provides advice on development proposals.
Curator for the metropolitan authorities of Merseyside (Knowlesley, Liverpool, Sefton, St Helens & Wirral). Maintains the Sites and Monuments Record and provides advice on planning issues.
The Biblical Archaeology Review details the archaeology of the Holy Land from a non-denominational basis.
I make figurative ceramic sculptures based on Neolithic, Chalcolithic and Bronze Age and Medieval female archetypes and Goddesses, such as Cycladic Greek, Naqada pre-dynastic Egyptian, and British Sheila-na-Gigs. From small to life sized, for home and garden. Future pieces will include Catal Huyuk fat Goddess, Medusa mask and Pegasus wall plaque. Hand made in Devon, [...]
ICAA is a research, training and consultancy group affiliated to the University of East Anglia.
Two new sites given SMR numbers in Larne Area through our work over the past two years. An Iron Age Hillfort and an early Christian Rath. Three other sites still on- going which may or may not be given SMR numbers in the near future.
Conferences, lectures and field trips.
The Carmarthenshire Antiquarian Society was founded in 1905 and is one of the foremost County antiquarian societies in Wales. From its inception the founding members saw a need to record, publish and collect all things relating to the history, antiquities and natural history of ‘Carmarthenshire in particular, and West Wales in general’. This philosophy has [...]
The Hampshire and Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology promotes interest, research and knowledge of maritime archaeology and heritage in Great Britain with core activities concentrated in the counties of Hampshire, the Isle of Wight and the adjacent South Coast areas. The Trust runs a programme of research led fieldwork involving professional archaeologists, volunteers and students. [...]
The Friends of the Newport Ship (S.O.S.) is a Registered Charity formed in 2002 to promote knowledge and information about the Newport Mediaeval Ship and to foster an appreciation of the maritime and industrial heritage of South Wales. The Association aims to provide a forum for debate, monitor progress on conservation of the vessel and [...]
The study of the vernacular buildings of Scotland, involving a programme of study days and weekends, and the publication of a journal, Vernacular Building, and a series of Regional and Thematic volumes. Survey and record remains of buildings.
Co-operating with the Greater Manchester Archaeological Unit. Carries out documentary research, geophysical survey and fieldwalking. Since 2003 we have been carrying out small scale excavations at the site of Gristlehurst Hall. This year (2010) we are carrying out small scale excavations at the site of Gristlehurst Hall. The dig takes place every Wednesday (weather permitting) [...]
Holds fortnightly speaker meetings in winter and excursions in Summer (non-members welcome). Publishes Oxoniensia, the Oxfordshire county journal
Two-week excavation planned for the summer of 2006 at Noak Hill, near Romford, at a site where past excavations have uncovered a medieval tile kiln and the partially-disarticulated skeleton of a donkey. On-going, long term Canewdon project recording standing buildings, geophysical surveys and excavation of test pits.