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Council for British Archaeology


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Council for British Archaeology

HEYWORTH, Michael Paul (born 1961), Director, Council for British Archaeology, since 2004

CLEERE, Henry Forester (born 1926), Director, Council for British Archaeology, 1974–91 (Hon. Vice-President, 1994); World Heritage Co-ordinator, International Council on Monuments and Sites, 1991–2002

HYAMSON, Albert Montefiore (1875 - 1954), late Director, Dept of Immigration, Gov. of Palestine; ret. 1934; Council and Executive Committee, formerly Hon. Treas., Palestine Exploration Fund; Treasurer: British School of Archæology in Jerusalem; Hon. Member Jericho Excavation Fund and Vice-President and Hon. Editor of Publications (President 1945–47), Jewish Historical Society; Vice-President Jewish Book Council; Archives Cttee, Spanish and Portuguese Jewish Community; Exec. Cttee Anglo-Jewish Tercentenary Council; Exec. Cttee Jewish Soc. for Human Service; Editorial Bd, Jl of Jewish Studies

BLACK, William George (1857 - 1932), Member of Panel of ex-Officers Employment Bureau, Clement’s Inn; Vice-Chairman of St Mungo’s College, Glasgow; Chairman of Ophthalmic Institution, Glasgow; a Trustee of the Navy League; Member of Executive Committee of Navy League, and Chairman of Glasgow and West of Scotland Branch; Ex-President of Glasgow Archæological Society; local Secretary for Scotland of Society of Antiquaries of London; late Member of Council of Congress of Archæological Societies, London; late Member of Committee of Management of Philip Stott College (Unionist Association); Chairman of Glasgow Good Government League; Member of Council of Scottish Branch of British Red Cross Society; JP

 

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A membership organization founded in 1944 to represent archaeological opinion in Britain, both professional and amateur. It is an independent charity which works to advance the study and practice of archaeology in Great Britain and Northern Ireland. It seeks to educate and inform the public and to publish the results of research. It operates through its council, which embraces archaeological bodies of all kinds and provides a unique forum for British archaeologists to discuss matters of mutual interest. There are thirteen regional groups of the CBA, including the Council for Scottish Archaeology and CBA Wales.

http://www.britarch.ac.uk The CBA works to promote the study and safeguarding of Britain's historic environment, to provide a forum for archaeological opinion, and to improve public interest in, and knowledge of, Britain's past. An exhaustive and up‐to‐date resource for the UK.

Subjects: Archaeology.


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