The purpose of the Awards is to advance public education in the study and practice of archaeology in all its aspects in the United Kingdom, and in particular by the granting of awards for excellence and/or initiative.
The Awards are committed to recognising significant contributions to knowledge and the importance of research, professional standards and excellence, involvement of local communities in the study of archaeology, effective dissemination and presentation of archaeological knowledge, and innovation and originality of approach.
Each award has a set of criteria the judges assess nominations against.
BAA trustees also have the option of awarding an award for Best Archaeological Discovery and a Lifetime Achievement Award to an individual who over their working life has:
Must Farm Palaeochannel Excavations 2011
Thames Discovery Programme
Gathering Time: Dating the Early Neolithic Enclosures of Southern Britain and Ireland by Alasdair Whittle, Frances Healy and Alex Bayliss. Published by Oxbow Books.
Time Team, Series 18, Episode 1, Reservoir Rituals, Tottiford, Devon.
The Grey Literature Library.
Must Farm Palaeochannel Excavations 2011, Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire.
Professor Mick Aston.
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