Links to archaeology websites

The Council for British Archaeology.

Current Archaeology.

British Archaeological Jobs Resource, an extensive site, including jobs available within the British heritage industry and a national list of local studies libraries.

PastScape has over 400,000 searchable records of England’s archaeological, architectural and maritime sites.

At the Edge — A magazine exploring archaeology, folklore and mythology.

Derbyshire Archaeological Society — formed in the nineteenth century and still going strong.

Gloucester and District Archaeological Research Group.

Archaeology in Hampshire.

Kent Archaeological Field School.

Kent Archaeological Society — including their journal, Archaeologia Cantiana, online.

London and Middlesex Archaeological Society.

CLASP, Community Landscape and Archaeology Survey Project, is an umbrella organisation for initiating and facilitating community-led archaeology projects in Northamptonshire.

The Keys to the Past website has been launched by Northumberland and Durham County Councils to provide access to heritage data. Over 24,000 records from the two County Sites and Monuments Records have been re-written and made accessible through the website.

Vindolanda— the site for the Roman fort on Hadrian's Wall and the Roman Army Museum. The wonderful Vindolanda tablets can be seen at a special site, which includes texts, translations, notes and 'zoomable' digital images of all the published tablets.

Worcestershire County Council's Historic Environment and Archaeology Service has a number of sites other than its main one. Their online library contains all their archaeological reports. They also have an online ceramics database, digitised tithe plans and a site for the Worcestershire Young Archaeologists' Club.

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