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Flint Knapping course

This exciting day school will take place in Bentley Woods, outside the roundhouses. You will learn the basics of core selection, technology and application....

EDINBURGH, LOTHIANS & BORDERS ARCHAEOLOGY CONFERENCE 2018

This annual conference is organised by City of Edinburgh Council, East Lothian Council and Scottish Borders Council. It provides an important opportunity to hear and...

‘The Rise of the Machine’: the impact of digital tablet recording...

New in Internet Archaeology 47: This article considers the role of digital recording methods and visualisation tools in the primary recording of archaeology at...

Bronze and Stone -Ancient Craft archaeology workshop

Ancient Craft have had a brilliant year of archaeology and natural history workshops at Berrycroft Hub! Lots of Bronze Age axe heads have been...

BAJR Guides : accessible knowledge

To maintain a professional workforce there has to be an ethos of training and skill acquisition. It is true to say that as individuals...

Dig Greater Manchester 2015

  The project aims to raise awareness of the past at a local community level and is providing local communities access to their own heritage...

Cutting edge Masters Research at Bradford

Are you looking for the next step after graduation, or uncertain how to develop the skills which employers are searching for? A Masters degree...

Piecing Together Life at an Orkney Broch

Work does not stop when excavations are covered over for the winter. The all important post-excavation work continues.  Postgraduates and undergraduates studying at the...

Organic Residue Analysis and Pottery Production Sites Training Session in York

On Thursday 23 March Ashley Tuck and Jess Tibber from the Wessex Archaeology Sheffield Office attended a Historic England Heritage Practice programme addressing Organic Residue...

e-Learning course on CIfA website

CIfA's e-learning portal provides online learning courses to help develop your knowledge and understanding regarding heritage and the historic environment. Of course, you must be...