MicroPasts Conference

Speakers will include members of the MicroPasts team*, Stuart Dunn (King's College London), Meghan Ferriter (Smithsonian Institution Transcription Centre), Daniel Lombraña González (Crowdcrafting and...

English Heritage Split

A new self-financing charity is to be set up by March 2015 to look after the National Heritage Collection, which includes properties such as...
Lewis Greenway - Elsecar Heritage Centre. Image: Wessex Archaeology

Placement Students in Sheffield

Three of these will be coming from the University of Sheffield, whilst one will be from Ridgewood School, Doncaster. All the placement students will be...

£25,000 cut to Northamptonshire heritage

A report in the Northampton Chronicle has quoted the Council for British Archaeology (CBA) saying “The proposed cuts are likely to have a...

Joint statement on recent planning policy reform

In the past fortnight there has been a marked period of activity across the archaeological community particularly related to the announcement of a new...

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...

Laying Bare the Landscape: commercial archaeology and the potential of digital...

Archaeology in Britain and elsewhere in the world has undergone considerable change owing to the advent of large-scale developer-funded excavation. Huge areas are now...

Reporting on Archaeological Artefacts in England

CIfA launches major new report: A Review of the Standard of Reporting on Archaeological Artefacts in England In a project instigated by the CIfA Finds...

Internet Archaeology – Open to All

As of 30th September 2014, Internet Archaeology is an open access journal and will no longer charge a subscription for access to any past...
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...