Welcome to everyone interested in the archaeology of Cornwall and Scilly.

For over 50 years our Society has been the principal archaeological organization in Cornwall and Scilly. The Society acts as the forum that brings together amateur archaeologists, professional archaeologists and all those interested in Cornwall’s past and the preservation of its archaeological heritage.

Today, with over 450 members, our activities are varied and inclusive. The society arranges over a dozen talks, monthly walks, annual conferences and special events. We also run our own fieldwork and research projects and encourage members to take part with likeminded organisations. Our annual journal is a well-respected, peer reviewed publication, and has for more than 50 years published the majority of archaeological research projects carried out in Cornwall and Scilly. Our regular newsletter keeps members up to date on news of people, events and activities.

Our Area Representatives are stationed across the county, keeping track of sites and monuments, and offering a local point of contact.

Please explore our website, find out about us and how you can join us, explore the archaeology of your area, and become more involved.

Our Publications

Our Journal records research into the archaeology of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, including excavations and reassessments of earlier finds. A Newsletter, published 3 times a year, keeps members in touch with our events and other activities in Cornwall and beyond.

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Our Events

We offer winter lectures in Liskeard and Truro, which cover topics at home and abroad. Annually, a joint symposium with Devon Archaeological Society is held covering topics from both counties. Throughout the year members explore archaeological sites in Cornwall and sometimes farther afield with expert guides.

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Join Us

If you want to help us learn more about archaeology or explore Cornish sites by survey or excavation, join us. Like- minded people will give you a warm welcome and we will discover Cornwall’s archaeology together.

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