2012 Winners

Best Archaeological Project 2012

Best Archaeological Project 2012

Best Archaeological Project 2012

The British Archaeological Awards are a showcase for the best in UK archaeology and a central event in the archaeological calendar. Established in 1976, they now encompass six Awards, covering every aspect of UK archaeology.

For a programme of research advancing the knowledge and practice of archaeology in the UK

Judges were looking for evidence of the following:

  • Contribution to knowledge of the past in the UK by archaeological means

  • Strong research focus

  • Commitment to high archaeological standards and ethics as, for example, set out by the Institute for Archaeologists in its various public documents (http://www.archaeologists.net/codes/ifa)

  • Approaches designed to promote public education and benefit

  • Demonstrated effective dissemination and presentation, including commitment to publication and archiving

  • Innovation and originality of approach, methodology and/or presentation

Winner: Must Farm Palaeochannel Excavations 2011, Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire – Cambridge Archaeological Unit, University of Cambridge

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@NedsTop would be good to link up people and places with #ww1athome and @homefrontlegacy - you can submit both to your HER using our app
RT @ahrcpress: The role of women in the First World War - a new feature from the AHRC on international experiences of #ww1 http://t.co/nz6R…
Did you catch Phil Harding on @SundayBrunchC4 speaking about @FestivalofArch ? See it again later http://t.co/9IxFcwnENH
The @BAAWARDSUK gives us the opportunity to celebrate our incredible archaeology and archaeologists - volunteers and professionals
Beatrice de Cardi receives the Award for Outstanding Achievement in Archaeology at @BAAWARDSUK 2014 ceremony http://t.co/aNQslw7Kxa
Follow the ceremony: https://t.co/Aq0SjHyEA2 via @storify
@OxbowBooks @CoastArch @BAAWARDSUK You've been quoted in my #Storify story "British Archaeological Awards 2014" http://t.co/89pvM5O4UY
@tj_sutcliffe @OxbowUSA @ThePostHole You've been quoted in my #Storify story "British Archaeological Awards 2014" http://t.co/8iVRJ2pAjD
@gmacg_1 @Her_Edit @JigsawCambs You've been quoted in my #Storify story "British Archaeological Awards 2014" http://t.co/89pvM5O4UY