Archaeological Achievement Awards
Nominations for the 2023 Archaeological Achievement Awards have now closed
This year, accepted nominations for a brand new category "Archaeology and Sustainability", alongside "Early Career Archaeologist", "Engagement and Participation", "Learning Training and Skills" and "Public Dissemination or Presentation".
The shortlist will be announced on Friday 6 October and the awards ceremony will take place at the De Grey Rooms, York on the evening of Friday 24 November 2023.
Find out more about the awards and the nomination process by watching the recording of our nomination webinar. The session will run through the criteria for each of the categories, explain the cross-cutting themes and talk through the nomination process.
About the awards
Formerly the British Archaeology Awards, the awards are coordinated by the Council for British Archaeology (CBA) with the support of a judging panel and aim to celebrate archaeological achievements from across the United Kingdom and Ireland. To reflect this change, we have renamed the awards the Archaeological Achievement Awards.
There are 5 award categories and one overall outstanding achievement award with an emphasis on a range of cross cutting themes that are designed to show how archaeology relates to wider society, health and wellbeing, and place. The awards are judged by representatives from across the sector.