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The Institute for Archaeologists Yearbook and Directory

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'We advance the practice of archaeology and allied disciplines by promoting professional standards and ethics for conserving, managing, understanding and promoting enjoyment of the heritage.'

The historic environment belongs to everyone. Archaeologists are responsible for the care of a vulnerable and diminishing resource and for promoting understanding and enjoyment of the past. All archaeologists therefore have a duty to adhere to the highest professional and ethical standards, which are embodied in the IfA's Code of conduct.

The new 140-page Institute for Archaeologists Yearbook and Directory combines the institute's Code of conduct with a full list of the individuals and organisations who adhere to it, plus the latest news on the work of the IfA and archaeologists across the country, under the editorial theme of 'Publishing the Past'. Peter Hinton, IfA Director, says 'As the body providing professional accreditation for UK archaeologists we know that the best service can be obtained from our members and registered organisations'.

The Institute for Archaeologists Yearbook and Directory, is distributed free to all members of the institute. Members can purchase an additional copy for £15.00. The price of the Yearbook (including delivery), to non-members is £30.00.

It is available from Alex Llewellyn, IfA, SHES, The University of Reading, Whiteknights, PO Box 227, Reading RG6 6AB, Tel 0118 378 6446
E-mail admin@archaeologists.net.

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