• Roman Britain – Article about the Roman invasion of Britain
  • The Roman Research Trust – a charitable trust which offers financial support to research and education in the field of Romano-British Archaeology.
  • National Library of Scotland: maps – Over a quarter of a million maps as high-resolution, colour, zoomable images
  • Community Archives and Heritage Group – Supports and promotes community archives in the UK and Ireland. We run conferences, give awards and provide advice and guidance.
  • Landscapes of Governance Project – (UCL Institute of Archaeology)
  • Local History Online–  For news, resources, information, courses and nearly 1,000 local history links. Also a calendar of events and local history books for sale online.
  • Council for British Archaeology – The Council was founded in 1944 for the ‘safeguarding of all kinds of archaeological material and the strengthening of existing measures for the care of ancient and historic buildings, monuments, and antiquities’ and to improve public education about archaeology.
  • RESCUE – The British Archaeological Trust  – An independent non-political charitable trust dedicated to supporting archaeology and the historic environment in Britain and abroad.
  • Current Archaeology  – “Britain’s favourite archaeology magazine.”
  • MOLA Resource Library  – Museum of London Archaeology resource library.
  • BAJR Practical Guides  – A series of simple downloadable reference articles about a variety of subjects relating to archaeology.
  • Jigsaw Cambridgeshire Best Practice Users Guides  – “Best Practice Users’ Guides”: Step-by-Step guides to conducting various archaeological techniques and notes from training courses.
  • Archaeology Data Service for archaeological reports.  – Established on the 1st October 1996 by a consortium of stakeholders dedicated to preserving our digital heritage data.
  • Portable Antiquities Scheme  – Run by the British Museum and Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales to encourage the recording of archaeological objects found by members of the public in England and Wales.
  • Roman Roads Research Assoc.  – Formed to advance knowledge of the Roman road network and promote the study of Roman roads and Roman heritage throughout the British Isles.

Additional Volunteers

We need to expand our team of enthusiastic and committed volunteers to fulfil a variety of roles and maintain the charity’s development whether you are able to give a few hours a week or more:
Volunteer help needed for:
  • Field work (field walking, excavation, geophysics etc.
  • Post excavation (processing and recording finds and archiving)
  • Computer and digital work
  • Fund raising
  • Publicity
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