Welcome to the Defence Archaeology Group

Defence Archaeology Group (DAG) is a Not for Profit organisation that facilitates  archaeological projects around Britain and abroad.

By utilising Vocational Recovery Activities, whilst fostering links with institutions and archaeological schemes, DAG supports a diverse outreach programme focusing on both the technical and social aspects of field archaeology to help with the recovery, management and skill development of tri-service injured military personnel.

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DAG facilitated projects offer participants opportunities to learn new skills and undertake comprehensive training using various aspects of archaeology and heritage management, that compliment both Service and Veteran rehabilitation programmes.

News from Defence Archaeology Group

Spaces left on Project ARTEMIS 19

Spaces left on Project ARTEMIS 19

Are you currently serving and WIS, we have spaces left on Project ARTEMIS 19. Dates available 21 Sep- 6 Oct...
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Winterbourne Gunner Curry Evening

Winterbourne Gunner Curry Evening

Great to attend the Curry Evening at Winterbourne Gunner yesterday. Meeting those who are responsible for providing support to wounded...
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Roman Society Workshop

Saturday 9 Feb 19, 9am - 5pm (Room 612) UCL Institute of Archaeology, London Workshop on war in the Roman...
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Best Community Action Project 2016 – Runners Up

https://historicengland.org.uk/get-involved/angel-awards/past-winners/ http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/08/25/angelsto-therescue-meet-the-men-and-women-who-are-saving-britain/  
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British Archaeological Award 2012 – Best Rescue Dig nomination

Barrow Clump was originally a Bronze Age burial mound, but in the 6th Century AD Anglo-Saxons borrowed the site to...
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