Best Archaeological Project

Best Archaeological Project

National Trust Archaeology at Knole, Sevenoaks, Kent Won the 2018 award.

Best Community Engagement Archaeology Project

Best Community Engagement Archaeology Project

Joint Winners in 2018:Museum of London Archaeology/Council for British Archaeology/Nautical Archaeology Society for CITiZAN (Coastal and Intertidal Zone Archaeological Network). The SCAPE Trust/Scotland’s Coastal Heritage at Risk Project for Newshot Island Boat Graveyard.

Best Archaeological Book

Best Archaeological Book

Richard Annis, Anwen Caffell, Christopher Gerrard, Pam Graves and Andrew Millard Lost Lives, New Voices: Unlocking the Story of the Scottish Soldiers in 1650 Oxbow Books Presenting the results of an archaeological investigation that took place during redevelopment work in t he historic core of Durham. It tells the story of a chain of tragic events that took place in the aftermath of the battle of Dunbar, 1650. Matthew Ritchie The Archaeology of Dun Deardail Forestry Commission Scotland/Nevis Landscape Partnership Presenting a popular account of the excavation, it sets the site in its wider archaeological and historical context and explores both the results of the excavation and the various creative responses to it. John Hunter The Small Isles Historic Environment Scotland Bringing together years of archaeological research in a comprehensive, beautiful and accessible book, and revealing new insights into life on the island

Best Public Presentation of Archaeology

Best Public Presentation of Archaeology

2018 WInner: Bloomberg, London Mithraeum Bloomberg SPACE

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RT @ThamesDiscovery: Congratulations to our colleagues at @CITiZAN1 and @MOLArchaeology for winning @BAAWARDSUK, and to our friends @KnoleN

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RT @allisonl: @BAAWARDSUK winners for best public display of Archeology is the London Mithreaum Bloomberg SPACE #baawards https://t.co/aQtP…

RT @CoastArch: Wow... Joint winners, with @CITiZAN1 of the BAA best community project award!!! https://t.co/0n1pxd8g7A

Award Categories 2018

  1. Best Archaeological Project
  2. Best Community Engagement Archaeology Project
  3. Best Archaeological Book
  4. Best Public Presentation of Archaeology

British Archaeological Awards winners The prestigious British Archaeological Awards were held in Central Hall Westminster on 15th October 2018. These awards held every two years are Britain’s only independent sector-wide archaeological awards, celebrating and showcasing the best in British archaeology.

Professor Carenza Lewis was the compere for the evening, well known to many for her contribution to the popular Time Team TV programme, she began by saying the awards are a test to the calibre of work being carried out across the country.

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The 2018 winners will be announced at the forthcoming awards ceremony to be held on 15 October

RT @InstituteArch: We'd like to congratulate all the winners and runners up at yesterdays British Archaeological Awards ceremony @BAAWARDSUK
RT @AmandaFeath: Wonderful people make great archaeological projects. A great celebration of both today with @CarenzaLewis @BAAWARDSUK http…
RT @Nathalie_Cohen: Very excited for @KnoleNT to have won Best Archaeological Project @BAAWARDSUK! https://t.co/QBiA92qJtj
RT @ThamesDiscovery: Congratulations to our colleagues at @CITiZAN1 and @MOLArchaeology for winning @BAAWARDSUK, and to our friends @KnoleN
RT @MOLArchaeology: We are so excited that #LondonMithraeum @Bloomberg SPACE has has been recognised with the British Archaeological Award…
Congratulations to all the winners at this evening’s .⁦@BAAWARDSUK⁩ from the Trustees & compère .⁦@CarenzaLewis⁩. T… https://t.co/t7YGezszEP
We have every reason to be optimistic says Carenza Lewis our compère for the awards this evening https://t.co/qH8NRhvR1s
Well done everyone. You are all amazing! https://t.co/lQMiWvALrt
RT @allisonl: @BAAWARDSUK winners for best public display of Archeology is the London Mithreaum Bloomberg SPACE #baawards https://t.co/aQtP…
RT @CoastArch: Wow... Joint winners, with @CITiZAN1 of the BAA best community project award!!! https://t.co/0n1pxd8g7A