Elmet Archaeological Services Ltd is a company with limited liability registered in England No: 07165714
Registered Office: Office 3 Wath Trinity Community Hall, Chapel Street, Wath-Upon-Dearne
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Archaeology for Everyone
Here at Elmet we believe that the past, history and archaeology are important to everyone.
We like to work with communities to help them explore this through project work and engagement activities, exploring a wide range of archaeological sites, time periods and themes.
We also offer a variety of commercial archaeological services (including desk based assessment, geophysical survey, watching brief, evaluation, excavation, post-excavation analysis and reporting, and a range of human osteological services) to suit projects of any size.
Elmet also offer a range of Saturday workshops in a variety of archaeological specialisms including archaeological illustration, flint knapping, blacksmithing and more - book your place today!
Find out more about joining Dearne Valley Archaeological Group, as well as their evening lecture programme for 2014.
We are pleased to announce that the next DVAG speaker will be Dr. John Peter Wild from The University of Manchester, delivering his lecture “Roman Textiles” on Wednesday the 12th of November.
Why not check out our new online shop? Treat yourself to an Elmet t-shirt or mug, featuring designs by Kate Adelade Archaeological Illustration.
We also sell hardwood, folding osteometric boards, by made to order by Graham Perkins at Forge Arts in Lincolnshire. Perfect for the mobile osteologist!
In June 2014, Mr. Andrew Allen of Swinton, South Yorkshire, notified Elmet Archaeological Services that he had uncovered a number of pottery sherds whilst gardening at home. Preliminary observations found that this exciting new assemblage comprised approximately 90 pottery sherds, including high status fabrics such as Samien ware, traditional cooking wares and rusticated pottery, as well as possible metal and glass working waste products.
The “Unlocking Swinton's Roman Past” project intends to conduct full investigation into the character of the archaeological deposits uncovered in Andrew’s garden.
The excavation stage of this project has now finished and we’re just in the process of writing up the report.
Project updates, photos, and a list of our supporters and donators are available on our website here.
You can also join the project Facebook page here.
Or follow the project Twitter feed at @SwintonProject
|Elmet in the Media|
|Evolution of Modern Humans|
|Introduction to Flint Knapping|
|Standing Historic Buildings Recording|
|Archaeological Site Skills and Survey|
|Introduction to Blacksmithing|
|Introduction to ArcGIS|
|Desk Based Assessment of Archaeological Sites|
|Archived Community Projects|
|Hickleton Hall HLF Project|
|Hickleton Hall Camp|
|Hickleton Hall History|
|Archived Commercial Projects|