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...

Aerial archaeology film – Is There An Archaeologist Onboard

“Is There An Archaeologist Onboard” is a short film introducing the viewer to one of the most important methods of discovering the past. Archaeologist Prof....

Medieval Cromarty

The Medieval Cromarty community excavation is now under-way. You can find out what has been happening on site by checking out the blog A severe storm...
Roman soldiers with aquilifer signifer centurio 70AD CC BY-SA via Wikimedia Commons3.0

Dig York Stadium

The project aims to learn more about the site’s past as Roman fortification. Was this a temporary camp created by an army marching north...

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...

Poulton Project Archaeology Courses

The Poulton Project is a multi-period rural excavation 3 miles south of Chester, which has produced extensive evidence for 10,000 years of human activity....

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...

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...

Unlocking Swinton’s Roman Past

Background: Roman Yorkshire The South Yorkshire region is generally overlooked in terms of Roman occupation and Roman archaeological remains. Heavy industrialisation of certain areas of...

Arnsburg excavations call for volunteers

Near the beautiful medieval town of Muschenheim in central Germany  a new site was discovered when pottery shards were recognised during field surveys 25...