Outstanding Achievement Award

Outstanding Achievement Award

Professor Sir Barry Cunliffe CBE FBA FSA. For an exceptional contribution to our understanding of the past through his work and as an inspiration to others.


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Best Archaeological Project

Best Archaeological Project

Westgate Oxford, Oxford Archaeology South


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Best Community Engagement Archaeology Project

Best Community Engagement Archaeology Project

Battles, Bricks and Bridges, Cleenish Community Association and Killesher Community Development Association


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Best Archaeological Book

Best Archaeological Book

Welsh Slate: Archaeology and History of an Industry by David Gwyn. Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales


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 Best Archaeological Innovation

Best Archaeological Innovation

Postglacial Project: A unique engraved shale pendant from the site of Star Carr, Internet Archaeology 40, University of York


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Best Public Presentation of Archaeology

Best Public Presentation of Archaeology

Under London, National Geographic


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AWARD FOR BEST ARCHAEOLOGICAL DISCOVERY

AWARD FOR BEST ARCHAEOLOGICAL DISCOVERY

Must Farm Project. Funded by Historic England. For a discovery which advances understanding and stimulates public imagination of the past.


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The British Archaeological Awards are Britain's most prestigious independent awards, celebrating and showcasing the best in archaeology across the UK.

Established in 1976, they now encompass five Awards and two discretionary Awards and are a central event in the archaeological calendar.

The 2016 winners were announced at a ceremony on 11 July at the British Museum, presented by Julian Richards and Bettany Hughes.

Nominations are now open for the 2018 Awards.

The Awards' mission is to promote archaeology to practitioners and the wider public by celebrating and sharing excellence, innovation and engagement in archaeology.


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Unique survival of Iron Age life in south-west Scotland

The Whithorn Trust’s shortlisted entry for the 2016 British Archaeological…

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Westgate Oxford end of dig discovery

There is a basic rule of archaeological fieldwork which says…

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Must Farm award

Archaeologists announce national award for Britain’s Bronze Age “Pompeii” The…

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2016 winners announced

Archaeologists announce national awards for best discoveries in Britain Archaeologists…

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The BAA boost

In July 2014 the Museum of London Archaeology team leading…

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Shortlist announced for 2016 British Archaeological Awards

Judges have today released the shortlist for this year’s British…

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The winners of the 2016 British Archaeological Awards were announced on 11 July 2016 at the British Museum to mark the start of the CBA's Festival of British Archaeology, with more than 1200 events across the UK.

RT @NosasBlog: Check out the new blog post by Cathy Dagg on the surveying of Tanera Mor and and Isle Martin in Wester Ross - https://t.co/B…
RT @CITiZAN1: A quick bit of site history from our local expert Simon. The history of this site is fascinating but full of mystery. We're g…
RT @Commercial_Arch: Crossrail has announced that it has completed the largest archaeology programme ever undertaken in the UK. https://t.…
RT @clairecorkill: Introducing the Home Front Legacy project at today's @homefrontlegacy and @LivingLegacies3 #WW1 workshop in #Bristol htt…
RT @TimHolden3: Our Newcastle dig is having an open day this Saturday. Pop in and see Josh and Steve wowing the crowds! https://t.co/G3gqoe…
RT @NosasBlog: Some previous finds at #tarradalethroughtime The project is researching evidence of human activity from the Mesolithic onwar…
We will be updating the website soon Maya. The criteria will be similar to 2016 ones! https://t.co/ndRntNPuww
RT @CITiZAN1: Doing a little radio work with @BBC_Cumbria and @H2H_tweets to talk about the lovely lifeboat slipway we're recording today h…