The Association provides a forum representing archaeologists working for local authorities and national parks throughout the UK. Its members are senior professional archaeologists employed by local authorities to provide advice on archaeological conservation and management.

The range of interest of ALGAO members embraces all aspects of the historic environment including archaeology, built environment and historic landscapes. The Association, through the component national associations, and subject and (in England) regional committees, co-ordinates and presents members' views on a wide range of interests.

ALGAO news

Tue 12th Sep 2017
The conservation work to this listed structure can be seen with pictures of our work with... Read more
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Tue 12th Sep 2017
Archaeological artefacts of national significance, dating back to the Neolithic period, have been... Read more
The Sarcophagus Portrait, Southwark
Tue 12th Sep 2017
An extraordinarily rare Roman sarcophagus has been found, excavated, and today lifted from its... Read more

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