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Research into military sites. Has its own library and extensive archive on fortifications. Publishes the journal ‘Aldis’. Undertakes excavations when necessary. (WRONG TEL. NO, NO RECORD OF EXISTENCE)
The Institute gives archaeologists the status to practise as recognised professionals. It develops and advertises standards and guidance for archaeological work, promotes high standards of vocational training, represents the profession to government and other bodies, provides an exchange of information and provides services for its members.
Aims to explore all aspects of archaeological (and other) leather including artefacts, production methods and conservation. Usually two events each year; one scholarly meeting, and a visit to a place of leather-related interest. Publishes newsletter twice a year, and regularly publishes conference proceedings.
The society for the study of British history and archaeology since the Roman period. Publishes annual journal Medieval Archaeology, a monograph series, holds conferences and offers small grants for research in the field.
The national archaeology society of Scotland. Full programme of lectures and conferences. Publishes a newsletter twice a year, an annual volume of Proceedings, a series of monographs and Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports (SAIR). It administers various research funds and grants. Fellows have privileged use of the NMS Library.
Bi-annual conferences. Members newsletter. Journal of Irish Archaeology
Holds two conferences a year and produces occasional publications.
The Portable Antiquities database is now a living resource, constantly updated by Finds Liaison Officers and Advisors, with several hundred new objects each day. The objects recorded by the Portable Antiquities Scheme, are known as portable antiquities and are found by members of the public. These objects range from the Palaeolithic to around the 18th […]
Society for research into military and civil airfields, aircraft factories and RAF installations (but not crashed aircraft). Publishes ‘Airfield Review’ quarterly. No excavation, but actively involved in fieldwork, research, recording and the dissemination of information.