Publications

First Aid for Finds

FIRST AID FOR FINDS
by David Watkinson and Virginia Neal
ISBN 1-871656-28-1

An essential handbook for the recording and care of finds on site. A must for every unit, beginner and professional, fully revised 1998, now supplied in a durable pvc ring-bound cover suitable for on-site use.
Published jointly with UKIC Archaeology Section (text revised 1998, updated with new cover July 2001)

Price: Members £18.00, non Members £21.00

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A Manual of Archaeological Field Drawing

A MANUAL OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELD DRAWING
By J M Hawker
ISBN 0-903789-18-3

A practical guide to field drawing for students and experienced archaeologists covers basic techniques for site and grid location; drawing plans, sections, elevations and profiles; and gives the conventions generally used as well as details of the more advanced techniques needed for survey, site location and the recording of standing buildings.

The manual provides a comprehensive overview in a problem solving format which allows the user to find all the instructions for a particular task in one place and like First Aid For Finds is supplied in a durable pvc ring-bound cover […]

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Recording Standing Buildings

Recording Standing Buildings CoverNew Edition
by Barbara Hutton
ISBN 978-0-903789-19-6

A brief guide to the technique used by the author to record vernacular buildings published jointly with Dept of Prehistory and Archaeology University of Sheffield (pub 1986, new edition 2013).

Price: Members £5.00, non Members £6.00 plus £1.50 P&P

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The Structure and Funding of British Archaeology: The Rescue questionnaire 1990-91

THE STRUCTURE AND FUNDING OF BRITISH ARCHAEOLOGY:
the Rescue questionnaire 1990-91
By Paul Spoerry
ISBN 0-903789-15-9

The first accurate figures for the structure, funding and staffing of British archaeology, presented in a concise and readable form, fully illustrated with maps, figures and tables (pub 1992).

Price: Members £3.00, non Members £3.50

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Rescuing the Historic Environment

Rescuing the Historic Environment

Archaeology, the green movement and conservation strategy for the British landscape. Proceedings of a conference held at Leicester University January 1993
Edited by Hedley Swain – ISBN 0-903789-17-5

Twenty illustrated papers that examine how the historic environment is defined, what threatens it, and how we as archaeologists should respond. National bodies with statutory roles explain their attitudes to environmental and landscape conservation, case studies in the management of the historic landscape are presented, and possible future campaigns are suggested. Contributors include Tim Darvill, Richard Morris, Geoff Wainwright, Tim Yarnell, Roger Leech , Robert White, Dai Morgan-Evans, Kate Clark and […]

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