A photograph of Maeshowe chambered cairn from the south-west. Image: Nicole Smith, CC0.

Maeshowe: The Application of RTI to Norse Runes

The chambered cairn and passage grave at Maeshowe is well known for its runic inscriptions. Since its construction around 2800 BC, the site has...

You(r) Archaeology

Up until July 31st 2015, all European citizens (adults and children) can answer the question and tell us about their idea of archaeology by...

Rescued from the Sea

The amazing work by the sea Mesolithic remains, an early Bronze Age cemetery and ancient peat beds are just some of the heritage wonders due...

Supporting early career development in your organisation

As with other professions, this requires a highly skilled workforce of individuals who are trained in theory and competent in practice. The way our...

Finds and Archives – – Day class

This fascinating training workshop gives you the opportunity to learn archaeology post-excavation skills directly from a professional archaeologist. You will join a small and...

Meet the Medieval

Medieval Day at St Mary's Church, Haddington Saturday Sept 6th, 9am - 3.30pm An introduction will be given on the proposed project to examine and record...

Mellor Mill community dig

Revealing Oldknow's Legacy: Community Dig invitation: 7th to 10th April 2015 (9am - 4pm) Fancy trying your hand at archaeology, learning new skills and finding...

Women in Archaeology: IWW 2014

Women in Archaeology: IWW 2014 Merchant Adventurer’s Hall, York 15 March 2014 Today, I attended this conference in York to celebrate past female archaeologists, and to...

Society for Church Archaeology – Grant Offer

Annual Research Grant http://www.archaeologyuk.org/socchurcharchaeol/research.html The Society for Church Archaeology invites applicants for its annual research grant. The amount should not exceed £1,000, and application is open...

Archaeology Ambassadors explore the foreshore with the Thames Discovery Programme

Archaeology Ambassadors are influential leaders and experts from the worlds of business, industry and heritage in the London area.  Drawing on their connections, Archaeology...