The 2005 season concluded the examination of the Neolithic and Bronze Age ritual burial complex at Trostrey Castle near Usk. Found below this were rectangular Neolithic houses. This project is now being written up and it is hoped that work will start on a new site in 2006.
Programme of winter lectures and summer outings. Publishes a newsletter twice a year, and Transactions.
Programme of 8 lectures October to May and summer visits. Publishes newsletter and journal. The Society was formed in 1888, and is a charitable organisation whose aim is to promote the Local History and Archaeology of the district and to secure the preservation of historic buildings.
The Federation for Ulster Local Studies was established in 1975 to assist local history groups throughout the province in developing their skills and building knowledge of their locality’s past. Since that time it has blossomed into one of the largest bodies of its kind and now provides help and advice to just under 100 groups [...]
Registered charity which supports archaeological activity in the city of Bristol. It provides advice to archaeologists working in the city and helps to provide funds to facilitate their work and to inform the public about the city’s past. A programme of events and visits is planned for 2006-7. We are also planning a one-day symposium [...]
Aims to explore all aspects of archaeological (and other) leather including artefacts, production methods and conservation. Usually two events each year; one scholarly meeting, and a visit to a place of leather-related interest. Publishes newsletter twice a year, and regularly publishes conference proceedings.
The society for the study of British history and archaeology since the Roman period. Publishes annual journal Medieval Archaeology, a monograph series, holds conferences and offers small grants for research in the field.
The national archaeology society of Scotland. Full programme of lectures and conferences. Publishes a newsletter twice a year, an annual volume of Proceedings, a series of monographs and Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports (SAIR). It administers various research funds and grants. Fellows have privileged use of the NMS Library.
Free information sheets available. Titles: Getting Started in Archaeology; Archaeology in Higher Education; A Job in Archaeology; Training in Archaeological Science.
An umbrella organisation to co-ordinate, promote and disseminate information relating to archaeological research in the Severn Estuary. The Committee aims to provide an academic overview of the archaeology and palaeoenvironments of the Estuary.
Excavations on the Northern part of the villa exposed last year will continue to investigate the shape and function of the building in the Roman Settlement at Brakelands Farm, Lower Lea. Excavations in the Roman village or its outsettlements will continue for two weeks every summer. There is also an Iron Age village and Medieval [...]
A Historical and sociable Re-enactment society (872-950AD) which rarely chooses to do displays but has great fun within its historical field. We are open to all persons over the age of 18 years who enjoys early medieval craft, role-play, fighting and banquets. Like most reasonable living history groups we have made useful contributions to the [...]
Club for children interested in archaeology and history mostly 8-14 years old. Affiliated to the YAC Network.
Contractor covering the north of England. Educational charity that supports local archaeology groups as well as the larger organisations. Expertise covers all aspects of archaeology including excavation, evaluation, analysis, report writing and interpretation boards.
AOC Archaeology Group is one of the UK’s leading archaeological practices, providing a comprehensive range of services, tailored to our clients? heritage needs. The services we offer include consultancy advice, fieldwork -including evaluations, excavations and watching briefs – historical building recording, listed building consent, underwater archaeology post-excavation analysis, artefact conservation, palaeo-environmental studies, dendrochronological dating and [...]
Consultants in aerial archaeology, providing aerial photography, rectification of aerial photographs to maps, and interpretation of aerial photos. National coverage. Associated with Air Photo Services (Cambridge).
Our core geophysical survey services are magnetometry, magnetic susceptibility and resistivity. With our experience as field archaeologists and geophysicists we aim to provide a quality service throughout the UK. We also offer topographic surveys, digital terrain modelling, airphoto analysis, metal detector surveys and fieldwalking.