Scotland’s Archaeology Strategy Consultation

This Committee, together with Historic Scotland, have developed this consultation paper looking at the role that archaeology can play in Scotland’s future This ten-year Strategy...

Is Armageddon around the corner?

Hana Morel & Daniel Phillips Archaeology in the UK: Is Armageddon really around the corner? Or can we continue to be complacent? Last week represents a...

A Research Framework for the Archaeology of the Extractive Industries in...

National Association of Mining History Organisations (NAMHO) has been involved with a project which will benefit mining history and help with the making of...
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...
Image: Aberdeen City Council

Headland Archaeology site is an exciting UK discovery

Headland Archaeology Ltd are thrilled that investigations for the Aberdeen Park and Ride at Dyce, on behalf of AECOM for Aberdeen City Council, made the list amongst...

Papers from the Diggers’ Forum and Prospect Joint Conference 2013

The conference heard papers from a range of perspectives and there was lively discussion of the issues between audience and speakers. Antony Francis (Prospect)...

PUBLICAN project results

In June-July 2017, the Archaeology Data Service (ADS) and Internet Archaeology invited the archaeological community to contribute to a study aimed at building a...

Constraint reports for developments

Helen Martin-Bacon, Regional Director of Wardell Armstrong Archaeology, is only too aware of the fact that many developers encounter such unforeseen problems – and...

ATF Training Award 2017

The ATF Training Award recognises and promotes best practice in training or professional development in archaeology. The award aims to recognise excellence in the fields...
"Nederfrederiksmose Man 1898 (crop)" by Georg Sarauw (1862–1928) - http://www.archaeology.org/online/features/bog/jpegs/neder.jpeg. Licensed under Public domain via Wikimedia Commons.

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...