Nominations will open in summer 2022 and the awards ceremony will take place in Dublin in winter 2022.

Nominations will open in summer 2022 and the awards ceremony will take place in Dublin in winter 2022.

Archaeological Achievement Awards

Archaeological Achievement Awards

The British Archaeological Awards are changing to reflect archaeological achievements across the UK and the Republic of Ireland. The Archaeological Achievement Awards will now be coordinated by the Council for British Archaeology (CBA).

Click here to see all of the Archaeological Achievement Award winners and highly commended.

Click here to see all of the Archaeological Achievement Award winners and highly commended.

Outstanding Archaeological Achievement 2021 Winner

Outstanding Archaeological Achievement 2021 Winner

The winner of the Outstanding Archaeological Award 2021 is Cuilcagh to Cleenish Memory Map!

Formerly the British Archaeology Awards, the awards are coordinated by the Council for British Archaeology (CBA) with the support of a steering group and aim to celebrate archaeological achievements from across the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland. To reflect this change, we have renamed the awards the Archaeological Achievement Awards.

There are 5 award categories and one overall outstanding achievement award with an emphasis on a range of cross cutting themes that are designed to show how archaeology relates to wider society, health and wellbeing, and place. The awards are judged by representatives from across the sector.

The 2021 awards took place via an online ceremony on 7 December and you can find details of the winners and highly commended nominees here. Congratulations to all our winners.

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Award Categories 2021

  1. Outstanding achievement award  
  2. Archaeological innovation 
  3. Public dissemination or presentation
  4. Engagement and participation
  5. Early career archaeologist
  6. Learning, training and skills

OFFICIAL SPONSORS OF THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS




OFFICIAL FUNDERS OF THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS

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