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Festival of BRITISH archaeology ?
#81
Quote:quote:Originally posted by BAJR Host

Now known as Archaeology Scotland: a rebranded strong identity.

I would not want to talk for them... however as a member myself of both Arch Scotland AND CBA I do know that a a member of AS I get:
a Free copy of Discovery & Excavation in Scotland an annual illustrated journal detailing ALL the archaeological discoveries in Scotland from the past year.

A glossy colour Archaeology Scotland magazine 4 times a year

Archaeological Research in Progress (ARP) conference ?showcasing up-to-date, regional excavation and investigation

Annual Archaeological Summer School, held at different sites around the country, teaches the public the kinds of skills used by archaeologists to investigate and survey archaeological sites ? Archaeology Scotland members are given priority placements

Scottish Archaeology Month!

Representation in the Scottish Executive.

Unwaged Individuals (including students and OAPs) ?20
Individuals ?25
Families (one set of publications per family) ?35
Society (3 ? 50 members) ?40
Society (51 ? 200 members) ?70 Society (>200 members) ?99

Membership rates including joint membership of Archaeology Scotland and our sister organisation the Council for Scottish Archaeology, please contact the Archaeology Scotland offices.


I think that prooves my point. Can I join AS and then ask them to move their border about 50 miles south?

The increasing cost of membership of the CBA is another issue - especially if the regional group you are in determines what you get for your money.
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#82
You could actually join AS and take joint membership with thier sister organisation the CBA.. Or just join AS and welcome aboard. I would be interested if they would consider running articles and events in the North of England. As borders are imaginary Smile

"I don't have an archaeological imagination.."
Borekickers
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#83
Quote:quote:Originally posted by BAJR Host

You could actually join AS and take joint membership with thier sister organisation the CBA.. Or just join AS and welcome aboard. I would be interested if they would consider running articles and events in the North of England. As borders are imaginary Smile

I suggest some kind of link-up with a historical reenactment society might be appropriate - perhaps reenacting the sacking of York?
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#84
oooooooh you are awful

"I don't have an archaeological imagination.."
Borekickers
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