Archaeology Fair 2015

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This year at the conference we will once again be holding our  Archaeology Fair, where we bring together, in one  bustling marketplace, a varied group of people whose businesses will be of interest to  our subscribers and delegates to the conference. Dedicated booksellers, archaeology tour  specialists, and companies working within the technical field of archaeology will all be there.  We hope you’ll enjoy what they have to offer!

 At the Archaeology Fair:

Turkish Culture and Information Office (Headline Sponsor)

Turkey has a rich cultural heritage spanning over 12,000 years. More than 20 civilisations — from the Hittites, Seljuks, Byzantines, Greeks and Romans to the Ottomans — have inhabited this vast country, leaving behind a multicultural patchwork of stunning architectural, archaeological, and religious gems waiting to be explored. Turkey is a country of unique historic and cultural wonders, 13 of which have been registered on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List, including the recently added sites of  Bursa, Cumalikizik: the Birth of the Ottoman Empire  and  Pergamon and its Multi-Layered Cultural Landscape.

Aerial-Cam-LogoAerial-Cam Cam Logo

Aerial-Cam Ltd is a specialist heritage photography and 3D imaging service.  Director, Adam Stanford, provides innovative solutions for recording evidence of all kinds for  excavations and  historic buildings, throughout the UK and on special projects worldwide.

Andante-logoAndante Travels

Every year Andante Travels take  thousands of guests on tailor-made  archaeological tours all over the world  in the company of experts. Journeys are  meticulously planned and often unique,  they frequently include special entrance  to difficult-to-access sites.

Archaeology Plus LtdArchaeology-Plus-Logo-1

Archaeology Plus has over 10,000 books, excavation reports, offprints, and maps always in stock.


There will be £1,000 worth of Archaeology Plus book vouchers to be won at this conference –  visit  the Archaeology Plus  bookstand on the day for details.

Butser-logoButser Ancient Farm

Butser Ancient Farm is a working ancient farm, set up by the Council for British Archaeology in 1972 as a centre for experimentation to investigate and test archaeological theories on life in prehistoric Britain. The farm is known worldwide for its presentation of Stone Age, Iron Age, and Roman houses alongside prehistoric   livestock, crops, and fences to depict life in Britain in the distant past.

English HeritageEnglish-Heritage-Logo

English Heritage publishes an amazingly varied  range of absorbing and entertaining books.  Immerse yourself in archaeology, conservation,  and architecture; discover the history and  heritage of sports down the centuries; or explore  the social history of our towns and countryside.

Export and General InsuranceEnGHighResLogo for web

Since 1983 Export and General have provided specialist insurance services to industry sectors requiring a more hands-on approach to their insurances. Through the expertise of former archaeologist Dr John Mitchell they have created a range of tailored insurance products specifically for Archaeologists.

Kent Archaeological Field SchoolKAFS-Logo

The KAFS runs a relaxed, friendly, informative,  affordable programme of archaeological subjects  taught by the very best practitioners in their field.

OxbowBooksV2Oxbow Books

Oxbow Books is the world’s leading publisher,  distributor, and bookseller in archaeology and  the ancient world; through their website ( and mail-order catalogue  (the well-known Oxbow Book News) they are a  one-stop-shop for all the latest publications in  archaeology from around the world.

Oxford University PressOUP Logo

From reference works to leading scholarship, Archaeology from Oxford provides an indispensable array of titles.  Their  titles span practical and theoretical research, from Prehistoric Archaeology through to ground-breaking studies on current archaeological debates, all written by leading experts in their field.

Travel The UnknownTravel-The-Unknown-Logo

Focusing on areas little seen by mass tourism, Travel The Unknown offer small group and private archaeology and cultural tours to Iran, Turkey, Jordan, Mexico, India, Ethiopia, Indochina, the Balkans, and more.

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