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With great sadness, IOTAS has to let you know that our President of just under a year, Nigel Macpherson-Grant, has passed away. We were so pleased and proud to have him as our President and are deeply sorry that we … Continue reading
COVID-19:UPDATEDUnfortunately, the world is rather upside down at the moment, and in common with most other organisations and services, IOTAS is unable to bring you its normal service. Currently we are unable to host talks, outings, or our course, and … Continue reading
IOTAS has a wide selection of Current Archaeology, World Archaeology and Ancient Egypt magazines for sale, as well as a number of books on Archaeology which may interest you. If you are interested, please message us via this page or … Continue reading
A new link has been added to our links page, a Lidar map of England. Lidar is one of the newest scanning techniques used by archaeologists. An article from the Guardian helps to explain why Lidar is such a useful tool.
One of the most well-known collections in the Historic England Archive, the Architectural Red Box Collection, has now been scanned and made available online. The collection consists of over 600,000 photographic prints taken of cities, towns and villages around England, … Continue reading
Several IOTAS members took part in a dig in October 2016 to find the site of a Camp from the first Roman invasion of Britain. Andrew Mayfield, Community Archaeology Liaison Officer for Kent was leading this dig, which followed some … Continue reading
If you join IOTAS you can take part in activities such as finds processing and geophysing, as well as enjoying all the talks and visits to places of interest. To join, visit the Membership Page and follow the link to … Continue reading