Category: Publishers

Archaeological Legacy Institute

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 (, 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.

Mick Sharp Photography

Library of photographs by Mick Sharp and Jean Williamson, available for publication. For over 25 years their pictures have been featured in guides, magazines, reports and numerous books. Black and white prints and colour transparencies of subjects connected with archaeology, ancient monuments, churches, historic landscapes and sacred sites: mainly Britain, but also abroad. No lecture […]

Maney Publishing

Maney Publishing is a major society publisher of archaeology and history titles for both books and journals ranging from pre-history to modern and industrial periods

Newsletter for Experimental Archaeology

The newsletter encourages and publicises research into all kinds of experimental archaeology. It has contacts in various parts of Britain and Europe and provides a link-up facility for researchers. It also provides a free advertising service for courses etc. Published quarterly. Subscription ?5 per annum.

Archaeology Data Service

The Archaeology Data Service (ADS) supports research, learning and teaching with high quality and dependable digital resources. It does this by preserving digital data in the long term, and by promoting and disseminating a broad range of data in archaeology. The ADS promotes good practice in the use of digital data in archaeology, it provides […]

Archaeology Magazine

The official public voice of the Archaeological Institute of America. It is addressed to a popular audience and covers the whole gamut of archaeology.

Current World Archaeology

Current World Archaeology covers the world from the first emergence of man up to yesterday: from Egypt, Mesopotamia and the Near East, to Anatolia, Classical Greece and Rome, as well as Asia and the Far East. Launched in 2003 as the sister magazine to Current Archaeology, we report on all the latest news, digs, and […]

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