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Preserved for Posterity

Mike Sasse writes about England’s Open-Air Museums.

Added by SIG: Archaeology and Heritage on 02 Jul 2015

Photography for Archaeologists

In this day-course you will learn how to shoot every type of archaeological feature from structures to pits, burials to boats, and everything in between.

Added by SIG: Archaeology and Heritage on 31 May 2015

Brooklands Museum A&H Group Outing

Brooklands, the British birthplace of both motor racing and aviation. Mike Sasse reports on the Archaeology & Heritage group visit to Brooklands Museum on 22 April 2015

Added by SIG: Archaeology and Heritage on 24 May 2015

City of London Churches

Relatively few churches were built in England in the second half of the 17th century, but the City of London is a notable exception due to the hand of fate. Mike Sasse reports on the A&H Group monthly visit.

Added by SIG: Archaeology and Heritage on 21 May 2015

A&H visit to City of London Churches

A great visit to three churches in the City of London

Added by SIG: Archaeology and Heritage on 13 May 2015

Light from the Darkness website launch

New website launched: Ken Keen & Light from the Darkness is a comprehensive cover of the book “Christian Art and Places of Worship”. A collection of pictorial, handcrafted images to illustrate the subject.

Added by SIG: Archaeology and Heritage on 10 Apr 2015

"Classic London" at Crich Tramway Village

Event by the National Tramway Museum on 13 and 14 June 2015

Added by SIG: Archaeology and Heritage on 28 Mar 2015

Brian Tremain FRPS

We regret to record the death of Brian Tremain FRPS 5/2/1935 – 18/2/2015, founder member in 1974 of the then Archaeological Group, and its first Secretary.

Added by SIG: Archaeology and Heritage on 16 Mar 2015

Salt and Silver - our early photographic heritage

“Salt and Silver” is the first exhibition in the UK featuring the earliest form of paper photography. In the 1840s and 50s, the salt print technique introduced a revolutionary new way of creating photographs on paper. Dr Michael Pritchard, RPS Director General and historian of photography, and Carol Jacobi, curator of the exhibition, share some thoughts in an interview on BBC 4’s “Today” programme.

Added by SIG: Archaeology and Heritage on 01 Mar 2015

A&H Group 40th Annual Conference 2014

Keith Evans FRPS, Chairman of the Archaeology and Heritage Group, reports on the 40th Annual Conference since the group's inception.

Added by SIG: Archaeology and Heritage on 05 Dec 2014