The Whithorn Trust was established in 1986 and its main aim is to research through archaeological investigation the evolution of the Christian community and settlement at Whithorn.
Anglo-Danish Maritime Archaeological Team, or A.D.M.A.T. for short, is a Specialist Maritime Archaeological Organization.
Underwater archaeological group and licensees for protected wreck sites in South Devon Protected Wreck Site : Salcombe Cannon Site; Protected Wreck Site : B Site – Bronze Age Wreck Site; Protected Wreck Site : Tin Ingot Site – Erme Estuary – Bronze Age; Protected Wreck Site : Erme Estuary 16C
This group acts as a forum for those who are involved in the processing, analysis and publication of brick and tile from archaeological excavations and surveys.
The Centre for Manx Studies is primarily a research & teaching unit which concentrates on Manx archaeological, cultural, environmental & historical studies.
Poulton is a multi-period rural site 3 miles south of Chester, which has been yielding evidence of 9500 years of human activity. Mesolithic Flints from 7500 BC, late Bronze Age/early Iron Age pottery and Human Cremations; Roman Pottery, brooches, coins, building material, window and goblet glass; Saxon Pottery; Medieval Graves (13/14thC) decorated floor tiles, buckles [...]
National body for aviation archaeologists and researchers. Initially formed by those investigating crash sites, the area of study has expanded to cover related aspects such as airfield architecture. The council aims to establish and maintain ethical standards and promote the preservation of aircraft relics and related documents and artefacts. There are 3 overseas (Associate ) [...]
The Archive aims to record every known stamp impression on early Anglo-Saxon (pagan or migration) ceramics as cards, computer records and casts with over 23,000 stamps listed at January 2004. It is also compiling a Corpus of Romano-Saxon and other Roman stamp impressions.
Excavation of Castle of Welsh princes and Mortimer family on behalf of CADW. Excavation now completed; site now fully open to public. Post-excavation work in progress. Guide book now published. Dolforwyn & Montgomery castles
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 [...]
The Archaeological Diving Unit has now morphed into the ADUS (ADU Survey) concentrating on research into the application of ultra high definition multibeam sonar to the surveying and assessment of submerged archaeological sites.
Excavation at Mammoth site completed 1999. Analysis has begun. Display of some of the finds at University Museum Oxford, at the County Museum at Woodstock and River and Rowing Museum, Henley. Also excavated another Mammoth site near Cirencester and still intermittently excavating Early Devensian reindeer/ bison site near Abingdon. May request volunteers if we get [...]
Situated off the A487 between Cardigan & Newport, this partially reconstructed Iron Age promontory fort is sited within thirty acres of woodland and river meadows. Castell Henllys is open to the public Easter to the end of October, and all year round for school/college visits. A large scale training excavation organised by the University of [...]
A non-profit educational organization whose mission is to defend and protect Rome’s cultural heritage through projects and university-level programs. The Institute has conducted excavations in Italy since 2003, when it began digging in the Roman Forum and Ostia Antica
The Wetland Archaeology & Environments Research Centre is based within the Department of Geography at the University of Hull and continues the commercial and research work of the Centre for Wetland Archaeology, which was founded in 1997. WAERC also supports the University of Hull’s BA and BSc Geography & Archaeology, BA History and Archaeology and [...]
The Bamburgh Research Project is based at Bamburgh Castle, 50 miles north of Newcastle on the north east coast. It is a project dedicated to using the most modern field techniques, implemented by experienced field archaeologists, to provide training for students and volunteers alike. There are a number of sites being excavated including an early [...]
Charitable Trust promoting archaeological research and heritage-related education in the Yorkshire Dales
Large, long-term. multi-disciplinary, multi-period research project based on the parish of Sedgeford. Current work is concentrating on Roman to Early Medieval sites. It operates as a volunteer and training project. See digs directory for details of how to get involved.