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Sutton Park (centred at grid reference 40941 29703) is located on the northern side of the Birmingham conurbation in the West Midlands, England. It is a publicly owned open space in recreational use and is surrounded by built-up areas, mainly residential, on all sides. Much of it is a scheduled ancient monument (SM 30085) and it is included in the Register of Historic Parks and Gardens. In addition, the national importance of its ecology and natural environment is recognised by its designations as a Site of Special Scientific Interest and a National Nature Reserve.
Illustration for item August 2015: Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Transactions

August 2015: Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Transactions

ADS and the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society are pleased to announce the release of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Transactions. The collection contains all of the Transactions volumes published from 1874 up to 2006, with the years 2007-2014 articles available in Abstract form. The Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and A... more

ADS and the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society are pleased to announce the release of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Transactions. The collection contains all of the Transactions volumes published from 1874 up to 2006, with the years 2007-2014 articles available in Abstract form. The Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society was founded in 1866. The Society first published its Transactions (TCWAAS) in 1874. Fifteen volumes were published up to 1900 and from then it became an annual publication. Each volume of TCWAAS contains a collection of edited papers on various topics relating to both the history and the archaeology of the area.

Illustration for item August 2015: Digital Data Re-use Award 2015

August 2015: Digital Data Re-use Award 2015

Internet Archaeology and the Archaeology Data Service have teamed up to provide an Award that recognises the outstanding archaeological research being carried out through the re-use of digital data. The Digital Data Re-use Award offers archaeological researchers the chance to promote their work and win the opportunity to publish, free of charge, in the premier open access journal Internet Archaeo... more

Internet Archaeology and the Archaeology Data Service have teamed up to provide an Award that recognises the outstanding archaeological research being carried out through the re-use of digital data. The Digital Data Re-use Award offers archaeological researchers the chance to promote their work and win the opportunity to publish, free of charge, in the premier open access journal Internet Archaeology.

Illustration for item July 2015: Internet Archaeology awarded the Directory of Open Access Journals Seal

July 2015: Internet Archaeology awarded the Directory of Open Access Journals Seal

Internet Archaeology is delighted to announce that they have been awarded the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) Seal. The DOAJ only award the seal to “journals that adhere to an exceptionally high level of publishing standards and best practice”.

Internet Archaeology is delighted to announce that they have been awarded the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) Seal. The DOAJ only award the seal to “journals that adhere to an exceptionally high level of publishing standards and best practice”.

Illustration for item July 2015: York to head world-leading digital creativity centre

July 2015: York to head world-leading digital creativity centre

The University of York is to lead an £18 million Digital Creativity (DC) Hub which aims to spark a revolution by harnessing cutting edge research in digital games and interactive media to benefit society. Research will include developing ways to improve engagement with digital archives and digital assets for heritage sites and archaeologists!

The University of York is to lead an £18 million Digital Creativity (DC) Hub which aims to spark a revolution by harnessing cutting edge research in digital games and interactive media to benefit society. Research will include developing ways to improve engagement with digital archives and digital assets for heritage sites and archaeologists!

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