Publishes archaeological manuscripts thought too specialised by commercial publishers. Good manuscripts always welcome. Editing is shared between David Davidson and Rajka Makjanic Archaeopress and John and Erica Hedges.
Publishers of academic history books, especially the Middle Ages. Many books written by, and for, archaeologists. We cover a wide range of subjects, and new titles are constantly being published. Please visit our web site for details.
Local History Online is one of the UK’s premier sites for local history, with over 300 links to sites both in the UK and overseas, regularly updated News and Calendar sections, directories of local history organisations and course providers and an on-line Bookshop.
The primary focus is using computers within archaeology. It is a non-profit site which encourages participation of members to post their own content. We have also released a new UK Archaeology resource which uses the Google Maps AP1 (http://www.onlinearchaeology.co.uk/GoogleMap/Default.aspx). We are in the process of making the resource conform to heritage data standards by enabling […]
ARC is a journal of archaeology, managed and published by research students at the University of Cambridge. Although primarily rooted in archaeological theory and practice, ARC has increasingly begun to accommodate a wide range of perspectives in the hope of establishing a strong, inter-disciplinary journal which will be of interest to those engaged in a […]
Publishes books and journals on landscape history, archaeology & history of British countryside. Publications are designed for both professionals & amateurs with an interest in the landscape. Occasional weekend courses to help readers develop their expertise in these areas.
Britain’s leading archaeological magazine, published 6 times a year for a subscription of ?20 a year. Publishes the Archaeology Handbook, the complete guide to everything that is going on in British archaeology, especially digs to join this summer.
Archaeological Legacy Institute is a US non-profit dedicated to sharing the human story with the rest of humanity through the use of cutting-edge technology. Our principal project is The Archaeology Channel (http://www.archaeologychannel.org), our very popular streaming-media Web site. Here we present video and audio programs on demand as well as a wide variety of other […]
Interactive archaeology website which presents material in easy colour coded format – cover Palaeolithic to Medieval. E-magazine delivered monthly in PDF format, first issue free. Notice board and forum online.