This is the second instalment in a series of blogs that tie in with our new exhibition in the Library at Burlington House, examining several forgeries connected to the Society and its collections. In part 2, we take a look at “Richard of Cirencester’s” ‘De Situ Britanniae’ - a forged medieval work that fooled British scholars for a century.
This is the first in a series of blogs that tie in with our new exhibition in the Library at Burlington House, which examines several forgeries connected to the Society and its collections.
Beyond Notablilty take over the Society's Twitter for International Women's Day.
A blog post on Stonehenge by Mike Pitts FSA
The collections team have made some videos introducing our history and unique collection.
'Beyond Notability: Re-Evaluating Women's Work in Archaeology, History and Heritage 1870-1939' research project start date announcement
Learning and Discovery: Kingston University students contributing to the Save Burlington House Campaign
In 2021 staff from the Society delivered an outreach programme with students from Kingston University.
A blog by Elizabeth New FSA & John Cherry FSA on our recent seminar on Seals.
Our new Library catalogue for printed books, journals and e-resources is now live!
A round up of some great online resources that are available