Contractors

Joanna Richards: Illustration

Experienced artefact illustrator specialising in metalwork. Projects undertaken locally and nationally for universities, field units, archaeological societies, individuals and publishers.

York Archaeological Trust Ltd

Contractors and consultants covering Britain and beyond. Services include fieldwork; artefact curation, conservation and research; computing; education; exhibitions; publication. Runs training excavations; accepts volunteers when possible.

University College London Field Archaeology Unit

The contract, field research and training section of the Institute of Archaeology, University College London, operating in south-east England. The main training programme is at Barcombe Roman Villa in East Sussex where excavations in 2002 will run from 24th June-9th August. Training courses include Excavation Techniques; Surveying for Archaeologists; On-site Archaeological Conservation, Planning & Section […]

Gwynedd Archaeological Trust

GAT is an educational charity governed by a board of trustees. The professional staff undertake a wide variety of archaeological work including maintenance of sites and monuments records, heritage management consultancy and contract work. It also has a ‘friends’ organisation which is open to anyone to join. See web-site for updates.

Cambrian Archaeological Projects Ltd

Archaeological Consultants and Contractors undertaking projects throughout the UK. All types of archaeological work including Watching briefs, Evaluations, Geophysical Survey, GIS mapping, Desk-based Assessments, and much more.

National Museums Liverpool Field Archaeology Unit

The unit undertakes research and contract work in North West England, with particular interests in wetland archaeology, prehistoric, Romano-British and medieval rural settlement and landscapes. Services include desk-based assessments, fieldwalking, evaluations, excavations and aerial photography. Collaborates with University of Liverpool on annual teaching excavations.

CEMP (Ctr for Environmental Magnetism and Palaeomagnetism)

Centre for Environmental Magnetism and Palaeomagnetism (CEMP). We undertake commercial (and non-commercial) archaeomagnetic dating, using any materials which are suitable, which normally means hearths, ovens and other heated features, although occasionally naturally deposited sediments associated with archaeological contexts are used. We also undertake magnetic characterisation of soils and archaeological materials for ?ground-truthing? magnetic geophys, surveys. […]

Cotswold Archaeology

All types of fieldwork and publications in Southern and Central Britain. Volunteers accepted if local accommodation can be found. Operates a Friends Scheme with newsletters, lectures, site visits and an annual report.

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