The Society has just launched a wide-ranging website covering many aspects of monumental brasses and incised slabs of all dates in all countries and an extensive bibliography and picture library
2-3 meetings per year on finds-related subjects. Publishes data sheets on finds subjects.
Quarterly, full colour magazine relating to Irish Archaeology. Supplemental ‘Heritage Guides’ on important Irish sites free to subscribers.
A historical group staging displays and living-history demonstrations in two main historical periods; 9th Century Saxon & Early 18th Century Maritime.
The Archaeological Diving Unit has now morphed into the ADUS (ADU Survey) concentrating on research into the application of ultra high definition multibeam sonar to the surveying and assessment of submerged archaeological sites.
Excavation at Mammoth site completed 1999. Analysis has begun. Display of some of the finds at University Museum Oxford, at the County Museum at Woodstock and River and Rowing Museum, Henley. Also excavated another Mammoth site near Cirencester and still intermittently excavating Early Devensian reindeer/ bison site near Abingdon. May request volunteers if we get […]
A national business consultancy providing conference, business and strategic planning services to Archaeological Units, museums, archaeological consultants and associated parties. It has extensive experience in the public, private and voluntary sectors and provides business planning advice to the IFA. It organises training courses in business skills for archaeologists and relevant conferences.
UK branch of large US firm. Geophysical survey; Image Enhancement; GIS; Software Development; CD ROM & www multimedia. Volunteers involved in work at sites throughout S. Midlands and Southern England.