Challenges in conducting public engagement in commercial archaeology in the UK.

Here are the results of the survey on public engagement in archaeology. Data collected as part of a post-doctoral research project funded by UCL Advances. Project title:...
CITiZAN archaeologists assessing cliff erosion © CITiZAN

Urgent call for volunteers to survey England’s disappearing coastal archaeology

Today, CITiZAN is calling for an army of volunteers to help survey and monitor these nationally-important but vulnerable archaeological sites before they disappear. One of...
Dun Deardail (Richard Webb) / CC BY-SA 2.0

Vitrified Hillfort excavation in 2015

Dun Deardail sits high on a rocky knoll on the west side of Glen Nevis in Lochaber and offers breathtaking views over the surrounding...

So you want to set up your own business?

Have you ever been thinking that your site supervisor knows nothing and you should run the site instead, or that HR messed...

Digging Becket: The Excavation of an Archbishop’s Palace in Kent

Since 2016 Aldington & Romney Archaeology have been engaging in excavations to uncover the story behind Thomas Becket’s palace at Aldington.  The earliest written...

Making the Most of Film and Video in Archaeology

Despite the fact that archaeologists have experimented with various forms of filmmaking for a century we are still yet to develop a pragmatic approach...

Scotland’s Community Heritage Conference 2014

Scotland’s Community Heritage Conference 2014 Crieff Hydro, Crieff - Saturday 8th November 2014 Following the day of talks, presentations and workshops on the Saturday, delegates will also...

Third annual Pittencreiff fieldschool, Scotland

Free Fieldwork Opportunity (26th July- 17th August) We are delighted to announce that we still have places available...

Photoscan tutorial…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cOCgYIkXqEM   In French, but excellent
Whiteadder-Water. Image: David Connolly

ADS and IntArch Christmas Photo Competition

To be in with a chance to win, send us your Christmas themed archaeology photos. From snow-covered Roman Forts to Christmas jumper clad diggers,...