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
Tree-Ring Services is one of the UK’s leading independent dendrochronology laboratories dating building and archaeological timbers. We also offer a comprehensive range of other services including: the dating of live trees, hedge boundaries, forest research, dendroclimatological analysis, consultancy advice and publication. We operate all over the UK
Archaeological Investigations Ltd is a multi-disciplinary contract and consultancy company based in the historic city of Hereford. We work throughout the UK and complement our wide range of internal expertise with a well-established network of specialist contract personnel.
The Geochronology laboratories offers a national and international service for Luminescence dating and Short-term Isotope Chronometry. Luminescence dating can be drawn upon for artefacts (ceramics, burnt flint) and sediments extracted from archaeological and geological contexts. Short-term Isotope (Pb-210, Cs-137 and Am-241) Chronometry can be used to generate chronologies for lacustrine and peat deposits formed over […]
Vigorous programme of talks, open days and excavations for the public, research, publications, planning archaeology, European and industrial archaeology.
Contractor operating throughout Britain, with offices in London and Chester. Services include Archaeological and Historic Building consultancy, town-planning, project management and discharge of listed buildings.
Garden Archaeology, excavation and survey including tree surveys.
Unit specialising in the recording and analysis of historic buildings. Based at Norwich Cathedral but also undertaking outside contracts. Typical projects include Measured Surveys (plans & elevations), watching briefs during work on buildings, and reports for Listed Building Consent.
Lithic Research is a one-man research facility carrying out basic and sophisticated analyses of lithic assemblages and their contexts. The unit was established in 1999 by Dr. Torben Bjarke Ballin. Specialist services are provided to archaeological units, universities and museums, tailoring approach and methodology to the specific lithic material, its research potential, and funding. Advice […]
Experienced artefact illustrator specialising in metalwork. Projects undertaken locally and nationally for universities, field units, archaeological societies, individuals and publishers.