An update from October 2020 on the Kelmscott Manor Capital Project
The results from our 2020 statute reform proposal.
Details on the reopening of Burlington House.
Our new Library catalogue for printed books, journals and e-resources is now live!
The Society has joined with other members of The Archaeology Forum to call on the Chancellor of the Exchequer and the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government to ensure […]
Following Council’s request, Dr David Starkey has resigned his fellowship from the Society of Antiquaries of London with immediate effect. Previous statements regarding Dr Starkey’s fellowship and comments can be […]
The Council of the Society of Antiquaries of London has considered Dr David Starkey’s position as a Fellow of the Society in the light of his recent statements. Our current […]
The Society of Antiquaries of London utterly deplores the comments made by our Fellow David Starkey. His views are not reflective of our organisation’s values nor of what it strives […]
The Society of Antiquaries of London regrets the links between some of our past Fellows and the slave trade. Today, the Society stands in support of Black people and strives […]
A round up of some great online resources that are available