Scroll down to view pictures from the 10th annual Current Archaeology Awards, and from Current Archaeology Live! 2018. Click the image to view a high-resolution version.

All pictures should be credited to Current Archaeology unless otherwise specified.

Hella Eckardt, the Archaeologist for the Year 2018 [Photo Credit: Current Archaeology]

Hella Eckardt, the Archaeologist for the Year 2018 [Photo Credit: Current Archaeology]

Paula Ware of MAP Archaeological Practice holding the Rescue Project of the Year 2018 award, with the award presenter Julian Richards [Photo Credit: Current Archaeology]

Paula Ware of MAP Archaeological Practice holding the Rescue Project of the Year 2018 award, with the award presenter Julian Richards [Photo Credit: Current Archaeology]

Members of the University of Buckingham team accept the Research Project of the Year 2018 award [Photo Credit: Current Archaeology]

Members of the University of Buckingham team accept the Research Project of the Year 2018 award [Photo Credit: Current Archaeology]

Mark White, winner of Book of the Year 2018, holds with his award, along side colleagues and the award presenter Julian Richards [Photo Credit: Current Archaeology]

Mark White, winner of Book of the Year 2018, holds with his award, along side colleagues and the award presenter Julian Richards [Photo Credit: Current Archaeology]

 

The 2018 Current Archaeology Award winners. [Photo credit: Current Archaeology]

The 2018 Current Archaeology Award winners, with archaeologist and TV personality Julian Richards who presented the awards [Photo credit: Current Archaeology]

The 2018 Current Archaeology Award winners, celebrating at CA Live! 2018 [Photo credit: Current Archaeology]

The 2018 Current Archaeology Award winners, with archaeologist and TV personality Julian Richards who presented the awards, celebrating at CA Live! 2018 [Photo credit: Current Archaeology]

The Current World Archaeology Photo of the Year Competition 2018 (sponsored by Travel the Unknown) winner and runners-up.

The Current World Archaeology Photo of the Year Competition 2018 (sponsored by Travel the Unknown) winner and runners-up. [Photo Credit: Adam Stanford, Aerial Cam]

Current Archaeology Live! had record attendance, with over 400 people present to hear about the most exciting and recent research. [Photo credit: Adam Standford, Aerial Cam]

 

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