The primary aim of the Council for Independent Archaeology is to explore and promote ways in which amateur archaeologists and local archaeological societies can contribute more effectively to archaeology. The council is run entirely by volunteers, and is financed by members’ subscriptions, which are ?6.00 p.a., or ?20.00 for four years. There is a quarterly […]
A membership organisation workinga cross all sectors and all disciplines to enhance and promote the interests of historic towns. the Forum’s events and publications focus on perennial and topical issues and offer a strong platform from which to lobby policy makers on behalf of historic towns and cities.
Applies the techniques of material science to relevant archaeological problems, principally the investigation of Archaeo-metallurgical related material. Provides a service to archaeologists for the characterisation of such material at a fair cost.
Training programme, annual conference in November. Publish newsletter and other publications.
The British Museum Friends have raised over ?4m for the British Museum. There is a special events programme, and free and priority entry to all British Museum exhibitions
Publishes newsletters and an occasional journal. Holds an annual conference.
An international organisation interested in the whole range of fortifications since the advent of gunpowder. Thrice-yearly newsletter ‘Casemate’; annual journal ‘Fort’; annual Conference and annual overseas study tour.
Publish a newsletter twice a year, contains articles, news items, reviews & extensive international bibliography of recent bead studies; offer annual travel grants; published Catalogue of European Beads in the Beck Collection at The Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology Cambridge; organise occasional seminars.