Meillionydd is a Late Bronze Age / Iron Age double ringwork hilltop enclosure, near Rhiw, on the Llŷn peninsula in northwest Wales. The site has been partially excavated by Bangor University’s School of History, Philosophy and Social Sciences from 2010 to 2017. The excavations in the entrance area were finished in 2015 and a cross-section […]
Unit 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. Contact oxfordarchaeology.com/contact-us
Excavations at Blick Mead have revealed an unprecedented array of evidence for large Mesolithic gatherings and extravagant feasts taking place just over a mile from where Stonehenge would be built thousands of years later.
Every year, the Current Archaeology Awards celebrate the people and projects that have made the pages of CA this year, and the people judged to have made outstanding contributions to archaeology. These awards are voted for entirely by the public – there are no panels of judges. You can read about all the 2017 nominees using […]
Issue 320 of Current Archaeology goes on sale today (6 October), boasting a brand new look with even more pages of dedicated archaeological content. You can now immerse yourself in extra pages of features, more book reviews, a new column, and more – we hope you enjoy it! NEW: Digital Archive Access To celebrate the new […]
Current Archaeology Live! 2017 will be returning to the University of London’s Senate House, on 24-25 February (Friday/Saturday). We will be hearing from the foremost archaeological experts on the latest finds and ground-breaking research, and we are looking forward to an entertaining, stimulating, and enjoyable two days – we hope you will join us!
The Society, founded initially as a Caving and Archaeological Society in 1950, exists to promote interest and research into the rich history and archaeology of Axbridge and the surrounding area. From prehistory, through Saxon times and into the medieval, post-medieval and modern periods, this part of Somerset has a fascinating and important story to tell. […]
South Worcestershire Archaeological Group (SWAG) was founded in 1981 by Peter Price, Philip Barker, and Jan Wills. Originally founded to focus on investigating landscape archaeology, they have carried out a number of projects over the years. SWAG aims to encourage local people to learn about archaeology and history. They organise walks and visits during the summer, lectures and workshops […]
A Scottish society promoting the study of Ancient Egypt. Full annual programme of lectures and activities. Lectures open to all, generally held in Glasgow and Edinburgh. Annual membership fee (October-September) £18, junior £8, lecture entry £3 members, £5 non-members. Contact Details Email: ChairEgScotland@yahoo.co.uk Web: egyptology-scotland.squarespace.com Facebook: facebook.com/groups/821320844551607 Twitter: twitter.com/EgyptScotland Address: Claire Gilmour 75 Canal Street Saltcoats North […]
The Bournemouth Natural Science Society (BNSS) is a registered charity whose aims have little changed since its formation in 1903: to promote study, interest and enjoyment in all branches of the Natural Sciences and History. The Society runs an extensive programme of events throughout the year, including lectures, museum open days, exhibitions, study groups, field […]