Norfolk Archaeology - the Society's journal
Norfolk Archaeology is published annually and contains articles by experts on subjects of archaeological interest, particularly relating to Norfolk. A copy of each edition is sent free to every full member. One of Britain's longest established journals of archaeology and local history, it has been published every year since 1846.
The 2012 issue of the journal included a wide variety of content. Articles included a major report on a famous Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Sporle, other excavation reports from Norwich and Marham, an article on Norwich's notorious Lollard's Pit, a piece on Norwich goldsmiths the Beltons and one on 16th-century wall-panelling in Norwich Cathedral. In addition, there were summaries of significant artefact and coin finds made during the previous year, as well as of the results of recent excavations and surveys. The journal is illustrated throughout, with many colour plates.
The Hon Editors of Norfolk Archaeology are Dr Jon Gregory and Dr Sarah Spooner (email: editor (at) nnas (dot) info).
Notes for Contributors
Anyone wishing to submit an article to Norfolk Archaeology should first obtain a copy of our Notes For Contributors, which contains everything that you need to know about the submission process and details of our house style. These Notes can be downloaded in PDF format from the link provided below.
Please contact the Hon. Editors for information about the availability of back issues of Norfolk Archaeology.