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45pm on The Role of Amateur Societies in the 21st Century by Mike Heyworth OBE Director of Council for British Archaeology.
Presenter and historian Bettany Hughes, along with a panel from the British Museum and the Council for British Archaeology, examined almost a million items to judge each on its importance, beauty, cultural and historic significance.
Dr Mike Heyworth, director of organisers at educational charity the Council for British Archaeology, said: "We hope that by taking part people will be encouraged to explore the past further, whether by visiting museums, joining a local archaeology group or by reading more about their favourite period.
Editors and contributors Barnwell (historic environment, Oxford) and Palmer (English Heritage, the Council for British Archaeology, and the National Trust) provide fifteen essays divided into sections on rural landscapes, urban landscapes, and landscapes perceived.
Don Henson, head of education and outreach, Council for British Archaeology britarch.
But Worcestershire Young Archaeologists' Club (WYAC) - part of the Council for British Archaeology - only found out about his offences after he appeared at Nottingham Crown Court.
Friends of the Earth, the Council for British Archaeology, Greenpeace UK, the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, the Wildlife Trusts and the World Wide Fund for Nature all voiced disapproval of the new road scheme.
A spokesperson at the Council for British Archaeology said, 'Clearly it is very difficult to interpret early Welsh sources in relation to what is on the ground today.