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Why are the elderly invisible in archaeological contexts?

August 12, 2014 · by Katy Meyers ·  Edited from Bones Don't Lie For the past two months, I have been taking the paper versions...

OA launches special magazine and vision for 2020

 In Touch has been produced since April 2007, but has until now only been available to OA staff. While many items that have appeared...

When archaeology supports development

During a recent round of visits, it has become clear that archaeology, far from being detrimental to development, can actually help steer it safely...

Apprenticeships & the IHBC Skills Day School 2013

A new development in the IHBC’s afternoon ‘spotlight’ section for its 2013 Day School in Carlisle, on 21 June, is our focus on professional...

Highways England Master’s Studentships on the archaeology of the A14 via...

Main Image: Circular Henge Monument: courtesy-of-MOLA-Headland-Infrastructure From July 2021 we will be welcoming two Archaeology Master’s Students to MOLA...

CSCS cards for archaeologists – a joint statement from CIfA and...

The Chartered Institute for Archaeologists and Federation of Archaeological Managers and Employers have released a joint statement on recent work towards establishing appropriate mechanisms...

Headland Archaeology – looking good!

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Leicester Greyfriars dig, trench 2 Image: CC BY-SA 3.0 RobinLeicester - Own work

How the Burial Acts aid professional archaeologists

Section 25 of the Burial Act of 1857 states that it is an offence to remove buried human remains without a licence from the...

Greenlane Archaeology Bookshop News

Greenlane Archaeology was established in Ulverston, Cumbria in late 2005 and moved into it's current office on Lower Brook Street five...

Historic England’s ‘Conservation Principles, Policies and Practice’

Historic England’s ‘Conservation Principles, Policies and Practice’ is the flagship guidance document for decision making on all aspects of England’s historic environment. The document...