British Archaeological Awards

 

Best Archaeological Project

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 […]

Best Community Engagement Archaeology Project

For a programme of research advancing the knowledge of the past in the UK by archaeological means with community engagement. Judges were looking for evidence of the following: Project should have community engagement as a key focus or should be driven by amateur archaeologists and/or societies.  Throughout, it should involve the local community, including new […]
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Best Archaeological Book

For a conventional printed publication that adds to our knowledge, increases our understanding of the past and is accessible to new audiences. Judges were looking for evidence of the following: Originality of approach, in terms of methodology, subject matter or presentational style Lucid and stimulating writing style Good editorial, design and production standards Accessibility to […]
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Best Public Presentation of Archaeology

For a television or radio programme or web broadcast, digital application or website, newspaper or magazine feature which stimulates public interest, advances understanding and changes perceptions of the past. For a television or radio programme or web broadcast, digital application or website, newspaper or magazine feature which stimulates public interest, advances understanding and changes perceptions […]
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Best Archaeological Innovation

For an initiative or development likely to lead to significant improvements in archaeological methodology or practice which facilitate new perceptions of the past. Judges were looking for new initiatives which demonstrate one or more of the following: Contribution to knowledge of the past in the UK by innovative archaeological means The use of new or […]
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Outstanding Achievement Award

BAA trustees also have the option of awarding an Outstanding Achievement Award to an individual who over their working life has: Made a substantial contribution to our knowledge of the past in the UK by archaeological means Demonstrated originality of approach, methodology and presentation Shown commitment to recognised professional standards and ethics Been effective in […]
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Best Archaeological Discovery

BAA trustees have the discretionary option of awarding a discovery which advances understanding and stimulates public imagination of the past. Judges will be looking for evidence of the following: Contribution to knowledge of the past in the UK by archaeological means Commitment to recognised professional standards and ethics for recovering and reporting the discovery and […]
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British Archaeological Awards Partners

Sponsors   Partners   Historic England     Historic Scotland   CADW     Chartered Institute for Archaeologists     Federation of Archaeological Managers and Employers   The Robert Kiln Charitable Trust     Society of Antiquaries of London     Portable Antiquities Scheme                       […]
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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…