The Palmerston Forts Society was formed in 1984 and brings together enthusiasts who have an active interest in nineteenth century military fortifications and associated artillery worldwide, but particularly within Hampshire, and is focussed on the ring of forts that protected Portsmouth. The Society is based at Fort Nelson, Fareham, in one of the Great Portsdown […]
The Berkshire Archaeology Research Group (BARG) is a voluntary group dedicated to investigating the archaeology of the county of Berkshire. The Group welcomes anybody who is interested in archaeology. BARG take an interest in uncovering evidence for human activity in the Royal County across a broad period from prehistoric times right through to the post-medieval […]
The Society was set up to fulfil two purposes, for the benefit of the public. These are to promote the study of natural history and archaeology, especially in relation to the Isle of Wight, and to promote, in every possible way, the conservation of the flora and fauna of the Isle of Wight, and the […]
Programme of monthly talks. Currently excavating a late Romano-British farmstead site in Crowmarsh. The site has an associated cemetery with 25 burials and an adjacent early Iron Age pit assemblage. There is limited opportunity for excavation (weekends only) and current attention is focussed on the likely settlement area. The society also carries out field walking […]
Programme of lecture meetings and outings. Publish regular newsletter, annual journal and occasional papers. Excavation on Sundays from April to October at the Gatehampton Farm Roman villa. Occasional fieldwalking and surveying. Volunteers and new members welcome. Affiliated to the CBA South Midlands Group and a member of the CIA. The group also carries out local archaeological […]
Programme of monthly talks and visits with a strong emphasis on local history and archaeology. Contact details Web: www.thesombornes.org.uk/village_org_details.php?org_id=15
BA/BSc degrees in Anthropology with a selection of archaeology courses, especially in human evolution and osteology, as well as postgraduate degrees in Anthropology.
This course is delivered by Truro College, this one year programme is equivalent to the final year of a degree course. Students should have already completed a Foundation Degree or HND in a relevant subject. The programme contains extensive fieldwork, museum work and artefact care, providing the opportunity for students to undertake surveys and discover […]
Reading has a friendly and energetic Department of Archaeology, with an international reputation in research and teaching. They have their own modern building and as part of the School of Human and Environmental Sciences, have access to a wide range of excellent scientific facilities, laboratories and expertise.
Courses include single honours archaeology, both BA and BSc, and combined honours, combining archaeology with history or geography. Excavations and projects: over 20 projects covering the World , including Purbeck Landscape Project, Dorset; Maritime Project, S. England and Channel Islands and an Isle of Wight survey project.