Series: Wessex Archaeology unpublished report series

Wessex Archaeology
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Primary Contact: Chris Brayne email
Associated OrganisationWessex Archaeology


Wessex Archaeology is one of the largest archaeological practices in the country, employing 170 archaeologists and working across the country. Wessex Archaeology, which was set up in 1979 and is based just outside the medieval city of Salisbury, is also a charity, devoted to educating the public about archaeology through lectures, events and public relations. Our surplus is put back into our charitable work or to improving our service to clients. Wessex Archaeology works in areas such as housing developments, extraction, utilities, road schemes, railway and airport projects - anywhere that has the potential for significant archaeological remains. Wessex Archaeology also carries out building surveys, underwater archaeology, coastal studies, human remains analysis, heritage management, illustration and 3D computer modelling, finds and environmental work and publication.