Study tours and visits in Britain and abroad. Conferences. Publishes a newsletter and the Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society.
The NCCSS exists to draw attention to the threats to Scottish carved stones of all periods, to promote their understanding and appreciation, and to encourage a common approach to their recording and preservation. It is an independent committee whose members are representatives of Scottish national organisations.
Publishes The Review each year. Organises an annual weekend conference.
WARP promotes research and practice in Wetland Archaeology world-wide. It has co-organised recent conferences in Exeter, Dublin, Florida and Washington State. The September 2005 conference, organised with SWAP (Scottish Wetland Archaeology Research Project) will be in Edinburgh – see www.scottish-wetlands.org/ for details. WARP publishes the Journal of Wetland Archaeology, with JWA4 and JWA5 due in […]
contact Department of Coins and Medals at the British Museum
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1. exists to foster public interest in and knowledge of the architectural and historical importance of nonconformist (that is, non-Anglican) places of worship, former places of worship and their contents and related structures in the U.K; 2. seeks wherever possible to promote the survival of such buildings, either for their original purposes or sensitively adapted […]
Provides a forum for the exchange of ideas and information between all those actively involved in aerial photography, remote sensing, photo interpretation and field archaeology. Membership from the UK and 21 other countries. Annual conference, and twice yearly journal. Web site is kept up to date with news, events, plus contents lists from back issues […]
The society was founded to further the knowledge and understanding of hand-tools and the trades and people that used them. Awards and grants scheme available for related work. Three formal 1 day meetings and a weekend conference each year, plus many informal local group meetings.
The aim of this annual event is for young people and their families to be encouraged to visit sites of archaeological/historical interest or museums/heritage and resource centres, to see archaeology in action and take part in activities on-site. Activities typically include: site tours, excavations, artefact handling, surveying, coin striking, themed food, Roman games, object identification, […]