Contract Research division of Dept of Archaeology at Glasgow University. A large number of projects carried out in Scotland and Ireland as well as abroad. Volunteers welcomed when circumstances permit, but priority given to Glasgow University students.
Employs specialists in most areas of archaeology with successful projects in Europe and the UK. The Education Manager co-ordinates a wide range of activities for those interested in participating in archaeology. They are running two practical archaeology courses 4th-8th and 11th-15th September suitable for both beginners and those with some experience. All information is available [...]
We specialise in carrying out magnetometery and resistivity surveys to help Societies and others to locate and understand archaeological sites.
Archaeological contractor which is part of the Institute of Archaeology and Antiquity at The University of Birmingham.
Curator for Derbyshire. Maintains Sites and Monuments Record. Carries out development control and strategic planning and provides planning advice.
Maintains computerised Sites and Monuments Record for the Black Country (Wolverhampton, Walsall, Dudley and Sandwell). Provides planning advice for Wolverhampton and Walsall.
Curator for the county of Cheshire and the boroughs of Halton and Warrington. Maintains computerised Sites and Monuments Record. Publishes newsletters and organises annual conference and maintains mailing list.
Library of photographs by Mick Sharp and Jean Williamson, available for publication. For over 25 years their pictures have been featured in guides, magazines, reports and numerous books. Black and white prints and colour transparencies of subjects connected with archaeology, ancient monuments, churches, historic landscapes and sacred sites: mainly Britain, but also abroad. No lecture [...]
The preservation, protection and study of the rock art of Somaliland.
The Friends of the Petrie Museum support the conservation, display and publication of the outstanding collection of Egyptian artefacts held by the Petrie Museum. They enjoy a range of lectures, events and activities as a result of their membership. The collection is largely derived from the excavations of W.M. Flinders Petrie and his colleagues and [...]
Summer walks and winter talks. Members’ work published in an occasional journal. Republication of Axbridge Past and Present.
Active amateur group. Monthly lectures, socials, excavation, processing and publications. Annual open weekend at Scadbury Moated Manor Site 9th and 10th September and at Poverest Bath House Site 15th & 16th July. Limited excavation for members and processing of finds.
We are the non-profit Loveland Archaeological Society, sponsors of the Stone Age Fair in Loveland, Colorado, a cultural institution for over 65 years that features some of the world’s foremost archaeologists as guest speakers, as well as extensive exhibits of artefacts, some never seen outside this venue. We present educational programs in schools, museums, libraries, [...]
Monthly meetings with a programme of visiting lecturers and visits. Archaeological excavations, fieldwalking and surveys.
Our society holds meetings each month September – May at Friend’s meeting House, Albert Rd, Ashford. Meetings start 7.30pm 3rd Monday of the month
Henley-on-Thames Archaeological and Historical Society aims to further local researches and study of local history, archaeology and vernacular buildings. There are monthly lectures on historical, archaeological or architectural subjects, and there is an archive which contains members’ research as well as collections of materials. A newsletter is published four times a year, as well as an annual [...]
Programme of monthly talks. Currently excavating a late Romano-British farmstead site in Crowmarsh. The site has an associated cemetery with 25 burials and an adjacent early Iron Age pit assemblage. There is limited opportunity for excavation (week-ends only) and current attention is focussed on the likely settlement area. The society also carries out field walking [...]