Surrey Archaeological Collections

Surrey Archaeological Society, 2003 (updated 2016)

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Surrey Archaeological Collections, the journal of the Surrey Archaeological Society, is being archived with the Archaeology Data Service.

The Society is grateful to the trustees of the Marc Fitch Fund for a generous grant towards the cost of digitising volumes 67 to 90 of the Collections and depositing them with the Archaeology Data Service.

Content which has been created digitally, from Volume 90 (2003) onwards, has been added to the archive, but an embargo period of three years has been applied to the most recent volumes. This means that while tables of contents, abstracts and supplementary material have been made available, full articles will only be released once the embargo period has passed.

PLEASE NOTE: as from September 2017 new material is being added directly to the entry for Surrey Archaeological Collections in the new ADS Library system, which can be accessed here. The pages at are being maintained for a short duration, after which this link will re-direct to the Library.

Those interested in the work of Surrey Archaeological Society may also like to view the digital supplementary files from the 2005 publication of the 1990-1994 Guildford Castle Excavations