This year has seen many important advances in archaeological knowledge, technology, and methodology.
Research project of the year
This year, the Research Project of the Year award went to Richard III: the search for the last Plantagenet king, featured in CA 272.
This year the Research Project of the Year 2012 awards went to Massacre at Fin Cop, featured in CA 255. Iron Age hillforts are commonly viewed as peaceful — if monumental — settlements, statements of prestige and power rather than military fortifications. But harrowing evidence from a Derbyshire site suggests these communities could come to […]
This year, the much coveted Research Project of the Year prize went to The Ness of Brodgar, and was accepted on behalf of the team by Nick Card, Senior Projects Manager at the Orkney Research Centre for Archaeology.