Society of Antiquaries of London

Society of Antiquaries of LondonThe Society of Antiquaries of London is charged by its Royal Charter of 1751 with ‘the encouragement, advancement and furtherance of the study and knowledge of the antiquities and history of this and other countries’. It celebrated its Tercentenary in 2007.

The Society’s 2,900 Fellows include many distinguished archaeologists and art and architectural historians holding positions of responsibility across the cultural heritage. The Fellowship is international in its reach and its interests are inclusive of all aspects of the material past.

As a registered charity, the Society’s principal objectives are to foster public understanding of that heritage, to support research and communicate the results and to engage in the formulation of public policy on the care of our historic environment and cultural property. The Society of Antiquaries receives no direct support from public funds

The Society’s publications - the Antiquaries Journal and Archaeologia - are international journals of record, used by students and scholars everywhere, as are the Society’s Research Reports, Occasional Papers and other publications. Our policy is to publish works of reference that will be in use for decades

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