- Archaeology Data Service
ADS, the Archaeological Data Service, is an attempt to archive and publish the basic records of archaeological excavations digitally and online. Many current excavations automatically archive their stuff in a way that it can go straight to ADS, who then m
- World Archaeological Congress
The World Archaeological Congress (WAC) is a non-governmental, not-for-profit organization and is the only representative world-wide body of practising archaeologists. WAC seeks to promote interest in the past in all countries, to encourage the developmen
- British Archaeology
The voice of archaeology in Britain and beyond
- Current Archaeology
These are the home pages of Current Archaeology, Britain's leading archaeological magazine, and of its sister magazine, Current World Archaeology.
- British Association for Biologicial Anthropology and Osteoarchaeology
BABAO promotes the study of human bioarchaeology and osteoarchaeology for the purpose of understanding humanity from the past to the present. BABAO also provides a forum for the exchange of ideas and information on these topics and strives to improve stan
- Council for British Archaeology
The CBA is an educational charity working throughout the UK to involve people in archaeology and to promote the appreciation and care of the historic environment for the benefit of present and future generations.
- Cultural Property Advice
Cultural Property Advice was commissioned by the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council (MLA), with funding from the Department for Culture, Media and Sport in July 2005 and provides advice on the ethical and legal issues surrounding calls for repatriati
- Museums Association
The Museums Association represents the people and institutions constituting Britain's museums and galleries
- Museums, Libraries and Archives Council
The MLA Partnership is government’s agency for museums, galleries, libraries and archives, delivering strategic leadership in England and in each of its regions.
- The Society of Museum Archaeologists
To promote the interests of archaeology in museums throughout the United Kingdom
- Association for Polytheistic Traditions
The Association of Polytheist Traditions [APT] is a non-profit organisation based in the UK welcoming all polytheists, including those who adhere to 'world religions' and those who simply have personal relationships with individual gods.
- Pagans for Archaeology
Pagans for Archaeology views are not necessarily the same as HAD's as they more closely accord with those of archaeologists and, advocate against reburial. However, HAD is pleased to include this link in the spirit of free and positive discussion around t
- Sacred Grove
Sacred Grove is a voluntary, independent, UK based network of environmental-ecological advocates widely experienced in research, planning and management.
- The Druid Network
The Druid Network aims, through connecting individuals and groups together, through coordinating efforts and initiative, and through actively interfacing with public bodies and the media, to Inform, Inspire and Facilitate Druidry as a Religion.
- The Pagan Federation
The Pagan Federation is continually active in bringing Pagans together to promote and educate about Paganism in the wider community.
- The National Archives
Records of the DCMS review documents, including aspects of the Human Rights Act in respect of the treatment of human remains.
- The Bones Collective
"What Lies Beneath: Exploring the affective presence & emotive material of human bones" - an emerging non-political research group at the University of Edinburgh.