Useful Links to Other Websites
This page contains links to the websites of some other organisations and groups, locally, regionally and nationally, that are interested in the same things as we are.
Jigsaw is an umbrella organisation which brings together all of Cambridgeshire’s interested groups and individuals participating in community archaeology. This network allows the sharing of skills, expertise and knowledge. Links to these affiliated local groups can be found on the Jigsaw website here.
The Portable Antiquities Scheme run by the British Museum hosts an online database of finds covering the whole country.
The Medieval Settlement Research Group is a multi-disciplinary group that facilitates collaboration between archaeologists, historians, geographers and other interested parties dedicated to developing understanding of settlement between the fifth and sixteenth centuries AD.
The Lithics Studies Society promotes research into flint and stone tools.
MPRG was founded in 1975 to bring together people with an interest in the pottery vessels that were made, traded, and used in Europe between the end of the Roman period and the 16th century. Its remit has subsequently expanded to included the pottery of the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries from both sides of the Atlantic and beyond, as well as post-Roman ceramic building materials.
The Prehistoric Society’s interests are world-wide and extend from the earliest human origins to the emergence of written records.
The object of the Group is to advance the education of the public in archaeology (including the man-made landscape and the built-environment) through the promotion of high standards of research, application and communication in the fields of air-photography and other methods of remote sensing. The Group’s principal area of operation is Europe, but its remit is worldwide.
The Society for Medieval Archaeology was established to study evidence of the past, whether standing buildings, landscapes, buried remains or artefacts in museums.
The CALH exists to preserve and promote knowledge of local history of our region, through expert talks, research and the promotion of historical book writing through the our book awards.