Over the weekend of July 31st and Sunday August 1st, 2021, children from Bkaatouta, as well as other neighboring towns and villages, with some parents and four amazing volunteers, spent the weekend in the beautiful hills of Bkaatouta learning about their history and about the work of archaeologists.
Landward Research Ltd are delighted to have been commissioned by Historic England to assess skills needs and other labour market intelligence issues in the fields of buildings history, garden history and archaeological specialisms. These projects will be successors to the Survey of Archaeological Specialists 2010-11 and Atkins 2008 “Identifying Activity and Skills Needs in Buildings History: Final Report”. […]
Landward Research Ltd are part of the new ANHER (Innovative format of education and training of the integrated archaeological and natural heritage) project, funded by the European Commission's Erasmus Plus Strategic Partnerships in VET programme. The project is led by the Institute of Prehistory at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan. The project’s ultimate objective […]
Commercial, applied archaeology grew modestly in the nine months to December 2012. However, a wider data collection exercise has revealed that the size of the entre archaeological sector had been consistently overestimated. The total numbers working in archaeology are considerably lower than had been previously believed. Within commercial, applied archaeology, overall business confidence is improving. […]
The Survey of Archaeological Specialists 2010-11 is now open - follow bit.ly/surveyarch to complete the survey.