The 2014 British Archaeological Awards will take place on Monday 14 July 2014 at the British Museum as one of the key events of the Council for British Archaeology’s annual Festival of Archaeology.
Nominations are invited from the best of British Archaeology since July 2012 in the following categories:
- Best Archaeological Project
- Best Community Engagement Archaeology Project
- Best Archaeological Book
- Best Public Presentation of Archaeology
- Best Archaeological Innovation
BAA trustees also have the discretionary option of awarding an award for Best Archaeological Discovery and a Lifetime Achievement Award which was awarded in 2012 to Mick Aston.
The shortlisted awards will be announced by the British Archaeological Awards in May 2014 with the winners named at the awards ceremony in July 2014.
Submit your nomination online or download the application form and send by email or post to:
Sarah Howell, Secretary, The Robert Kiln Charitable Trust, 15a Bull Plain, Hertford SG14 1DX.