A forum representing archaeologists working for local authorities in the UK, the association’s interests embrace every aspect of the historic environment including archaeology, the built environment and historic landscapes. ALGAO works in partnership with Government, English Heritage and other agencies to develop strategic policies and to promote best practice and the highest professional standards. Since […]
The National Council for Metal Detecting is a representative body of elected volunteers formed in 1981 to provide a means whereby responsible metal detector users would have a democratic forum to discuss problems affecting the hobby and to provide an authoritative voice to counter ill-informed and frequently misleading criticism of the hobby. Contact Details Web: […]
Continuing research into relief-patterned tile in Roman Britain including production of updates of corpus published in 1997 (Journal of Roman Pottery Studies Volume 7). The Group is always very pleased to identify examples and produce a report for publication. It is hoped to start work on a supplement to the corpus in the near future […]
Organises a Spring Conference and publishes an Annual Report. Has published Medieval Rural Settlements – A Policy on their Research, Survey, Conservation and Excavation. The Group recently oversaw a landscape research project (2000-5) in the Whittlewood area on the Bucks/Northants border to follow those at Wharram Percy, Raunds and Shapwick – see the website at […]
The AEA is an international association for those interested or actively working in the field of environmental archaeology. Each year, members receive two issues of our journal, Environmental Archaeology, The Journal of Human Palaeocology and four newsletters updating them on recent publications, forthcoming conferences and job opportunities. The Association also holds an annual conference and […]
Excursions to churches and other places of interest. Publishes the journal ‘Church Monuments’ annually and a newsletter twice a year. Biennial symposium. Study Days
Open to all those with an interest in beads, their manufacture, materials and applications. Holds five meetings a year and publishes a newsletter five times a year. Send SAE for membership form.
Registered Charity supporting Roman archaeology. The Board of Trustees allocates grants to selected archaeological projects and also for student travel. Members receive free entry passes to many museums and Roman sites across Britain. Archaeological educational tours and field study days are organised for members every season. The ARA Bulletins and newsletters are published regularly.
Carries out research into place-names. Produces a journal and other publications on place-names.