Research into military sites. Has its own library and extensive archive on fortifications. Publishes the journal ‘Aldis’. Undertakes excavations when necessary. (WRONG TEL. NO, NO RECORD OF EXISTENCE)
The Institute gives archaeologists the status to practise as recognised professionals. It develops and advertises standards and guidance for archaeological work, promotes high standards of vocational training, represents the profession to government and other bodies, provides an exchange of information and provides services for its members.
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
Guarderobe can provide living history interpreters for events, archaeological sites, museums, schools, local society talks etc. Periods covered include military and/or everyday life in the following: Roman, Gladiator, Anglo Saxon, Viking, Norman, Medieval, Tudor, Gunpowder Plot, Victorian, WW1 & WWII. We can also offer themed support as well as hands on children’s activities suitable for [...]
Club for young people 8-16 years. Practical activities include site visits, experimental archaeology, field surveys, site recording. Contact the Council for Scottish Archaeology, c/o National Museum of Scotland, Chamber Street, Edinburgh for further details.
Club for 9-16 year olds.
Geophysical consultants specialising in Archaeological geophysics. Consultants to Channel 4′s Time Team.
Contractor and consultant covering Scotland. Services include excavations, evaluations, watching briefs and surveys.
Fully independent archaeological consultants and field contractors, operating nationwide to the construction and minerals industries. Our specialities are in the formulation of archaeological contributions to Environmental Impact Assessments. We are a Registered Organisation with the IFA
Sustainable conservation is all about the proper management of usea nd change in and around cultural heritage assets. TFT Cultural Heritage promotes management stratefies devised to enhance the contribution that historic places and cultural landscapes make within their mondern context, recognising and respecting their overall value and significance to society. Our experts provide development advice [...]
Curator for Somerset. Maintains computerised Historic Environment Record which is available online. Provides planning advice and runs the Peat Moors Centre with its Iron Age reconstructions. Runs annual training excavations for local residents.
Curator for the Scottish Borders. Maintains computerised Sites and Monuments Record. Provides advice on planning and forestry. Develops public access and interpretation, including publications in the Borders Heritage Series.
Following restructuring there is no longer a post of national park archaeologist.
Archaeological Legacy Institute is a US non-profit dedicated to sharing the human story with the rest of humanity through the use of cutting-edge technology. Our principal project is The Archaeology Channel (http://www.archaeologychannel.org), our very popular streaming-media Web site. Here we present video and audio programs on demand as well as a wide variety of other [...]
Suppliers of user-friendly geophysical instrumentation and software designed and manufactured specifically with the needs of both amateur and professional archaeologists in mind.
This is a comparatively new organization consisting of young, archaeological scientists. The main goal of the organization is to pursue archaeological research and exploration on land and underwater.