The Future of Community Archaeology: Discuss

  This year’s Winter Forum was a celebration of the Community Archaeology Training Placement scheme that came to a close in 2014. Supported by the Heritage...

2013 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING – IfA

2013 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 5.00 pm, Monday 7 October 2013, Society of Antiquaries of London, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1J 0BE  INVITATION FOR CANDIDATES FOR ELECTION  Council and...

BIAB is moving – they need your help!

As part of this move it will undergo some changes: primarily it will be merged with other ADS bibliographic resources, such as the Library...

Conference – ‘Our Islands, Our Past’ – Orkney

14th-17th September 2017, Orkney, Scotland Join us at the inaugural University of the Highlands and Islands Archaeology Institute Conference: Our Islands, Our Past, on beautiful...

Diggers’ Forum needs YOU!

Diggers' Forum is run by a small committee of 5 volunteers, most of whom work out on site.  IfA group requirements stipulate a committee...
Digital model of a long barrow, derived from aerial survey data. Image: Stephen Gray CC BY 2.0

New Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Guide to Good Practice

In theory, even a very minor archaeological site can now benefit from its very own aerial survey. But while the possibilities for archaeology are...

Rubicon invests in management development.

As part of ongoing commitment to staff development, Rubicon Heritage is sponsoring Rachel Morgan to undertake a Postgraduate Certificate in Leadership. Rachel is one...

Archaeologists can be a developer’s best ally

Field archaeology is not a job for the faint-hearted. It can involve a huge amount of time spent patiently watching as machines lift slabs...

A good idea – poor options. The Stonehenge Tunnel

We are not alone in raising concerns over the Stonehenge tunnel proposal announced by the government. (http://roads.highways.gov.uk/projects/a303-stonehenge-amesbury-and-berwick-down/) Ministers launched a public consultation for the plans...
plan view 1: A scanned view of the Nikopolis Ampitheatre (Photo credit: www.landmark.com.gr)

Secrets of the past brought into the future

2016 has seen many archaeological discoveries reveal the mysteries behind cultures passed. Just recently a 7,000 year old city was discovered in Egypt, in...