A deposit, within an Iron Age pit, of closely-packed bones, including six cattle jaw bones and one pig beneath two large stones. (Photo: Emma Corke).
Surrey Archaeological Society runs a programme of lectures, visits, and workshops, and provides training on a variety of topics, such as archaeological recording, artefact recognition, illustration etc. The Society publishes a Bulletin six times a year and their annual Collections, as well as occasional research volumes and other publications. They carry out landscape surveys, documentary research and excavation. There are a number of specialist groups with interest in industrial archaeology, medieval studies, Roman studies, lithic tools, and local history. The Society also offers grants to groups and individuals undertaking research in the historic county.
Address: Castle Arch, Guildford, Surrey GU1 3SX
Telephone: 01483 532454