NNAS links

Links


Council for British Archaeology

www.britarch.ac.uk

Eceni Study Centre, Wells-next-the-Sea

www.eceniwells.co.uk

English Heritage

www.english-heritage.org.uk

Federation of Norfolk Archaeological and Historical Societies

http://www.poppyland.co.uk/federation

The Landscape Group, University of East Anglia

www.uea.ac.uk/his/research/landscapegroup

NAU Archaeology

http://nau.nps.co.uk

Norfolk Archaeological & Historical Research Group

www.nahrg.org.uk

Norfolk Heritage Explorer

www.heritage.norfolk.gov.uk

Norfolk Historic Buildings Group

www.nhbg.fsnet.co.uk

Norfolk Industrial Archaeology Society

www.norfolkia.org.uk

Norfolk Landscape Archaeology

www.museums.norfolk.gov.uk/default.asp?Document=600.20

Norvic Archaeology

www.norvicarchaeology.com

Portable Antiquities Scheme

www.finds.org.uk

Sainsbury Institute for the study of Japanese Art and Culture

www.sainsbury-institute.org

Sedgeford Archaeological and Historical Research Project

www.sharp.org.uk

Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and History

www.suffolkinstitute.org.uk




Credits and acknowledgments

The Norfolk and Norwich Archaeological Society wishes to thank Norfolk Landscape Archaeology for permission to reproduce several of the images featured on this website, including air photographs by Derek A Edwards, and Raymond Frostick for allowing reproduction of excerpts from historic maps. Other photograpy was by Trevor Ashwin, Sophie Cabot and Margaret Gooch.

This website was created by Trevor Ashwin at World Tree, in collaboration with members of the NNAS Council and with advice and assistance from Michael Holmes.
Due to Trevor's recent untimely death, the website is now run by Sue Anderson (nnas.newsweb@gmail.com).