This year at the conference we held an Archaeology Fair, where we brought together, in one bustling marketplace, a varied group of people whose businesses will be of interest to our subscribers and delegates to the conference. Dedicated booksellers, archaeology tour specialists, and companies working within the technical field of archaeology were all there. We hope you enjoyed what they had to offer.
At the Archaeology Fair:
Every year Andante Travels take thousands of guests on tailor-made archaeological tours all over the world in the company of experts. Journeys are meticulously planned and often unique, they frequently include special entrance to difficult-to-access sites.
Archaeology Plus has over 10,000 books, excavation reports, offprints, and maps always in stock. They buy large and small book collections.
Providing dedicated tools for archaeologists, designed by archaeologists, Archtools pride themselves in supplying only the best in quality archaeology equipment, tried and tested by archaeologists in the field.
The Bamburgh Research Project is a non-profit independent archaeological research project investigating the area around Bamburgh Castle in Northumberland.
DiGgeek is a brand new business created for archaeologists and enthusiasts alike. Jewellery that taps into every excavator’s love of their trowel, of history, and even a commonly shared love of tea!
English Heritage publishes an amazingly varied range of absorbing and entertaining books. Immerse yourself in archaeology, conservation, and architecture; discover the history and heritage of sports down the centuries; or explore the social history of our towns and countryside.
The Institute for Archaeologists is a professional organisation for all archaeologists and others involved in protecting and understanding the historic environment. It is a democratic organisation, run by an elected Council, and supported by committees responsible for all areas of the Institute’s work.
The KAFS runs a relaxed, friendly, informative, affordable programme of archaeological subjects taught by the very best practitioners in their field.
Oxbow Books is the world’s leading publisher, distributor, and bookseller in archaeology and the ancient world; through their website (www.oxbowbooks.com) and mail-order catalogue (the well-known Oxbow Book News) they are a one-stop-shop for all the latest publications in archaeology from around the world.
Routledge is a global publisher of academic books, journals, and online resources in the humanities and social sciences. They publish some 600 journals and around 2,000 new books each year, from offices all over the world.
Stratascan Ltd is a geophysical contracting company working mainly in archaeology and engineering. They are one of the leaders in near surface geophysics with applications in archaeological prospection, engineering, and environmental assessments of green and brown field sites, underground utility mapping and forensic geophysics.
While most travel companies focus on well-worn paths to places that are now overcrowded, Travel The Unknown offers truly off the beaten track tours and unique experiences.
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