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Standard and guidance for archaeological watching briefs.
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Standard and guidance: for an archaeological watching brief Chartered Institute for Archaeologists 6 4. A member has responsibility for making available the results of archaeological work with reasonable dispatch.
A member shall recognise the aspirations of employees, colleagues and helpers withFile Size: KB. Standard and guidance for archaeological advice by historic environment services Standard and guidance for the creation, compilation, transfer and deposition of archaeological archives Standard and guidance for the archaeological investigation and recording of standing buildings or structures.
Standard and guidance: for archaeological field evaluation Chartered Institute for Archaeologists 4 STANDARD The Standard An archaeological field evaluation will determine, as far as is reasonably possible, the nature of the archaeological resource within a File Size: KB.
An archaeological watching brief records the archaeological resource during development work. It is a formal programme of observation and investigation conducted during any operation carried out for non-archaeological reasons, in other words, an opportunity to monitor from an archaeological perspective, during site works.
Gloucestershire County Council. The fieldwork also followed the Standard and Guidance for Archaeological Watching Briefs issued by the Institute of Field Archaeologists (IFA ) and the Statement of Standards and Practices Appropriate for Archaeological Fieldwork in Gloucestershire ().
This report is structured as follows. practices contained in the Institute for Archaeologists’ Standard and guidance for archaeological watching brief (IfA a), Standard and guidance for archaeological excavation (IfA b), and Standard and guidance for the collection, documentation, conservation and research of archaeological materials (IfA c).
Archaeologists’ Standard and guidance for an archaeological watching brief (IfA a) and Standard and guidance for the collection, documentation, conservation and research of archaeological materials (IfA b).
Other sources used are English Heritage’s Management of Research Projects in the Historic Environment. A detailed project design was prepared by CAT in line with the Standard and Guidance for Archaeological Watching Briefs issued by the Institute of Field Archaeologists (IFA ) and in accordance with a brief issued by Gloucestershire County Council.
The objective of the watching brief was to mitigate the effects of groundworks. Standard and guidance buildings Last updated Dec Chartered Institute for Archaeologists 3 The Standard A programme of archaeological building investigation and recording will determine, as far as is reasonably possible, the nature of the archaeological resource associated with a specified building, structure or complex.
Standard and guidance for the creation, compilation, transfer and deposition of The Standard All archaeological projects that include the recovery or generation of data and/archaeological materials (finds) will result in a stable, ordered, accessible archive.
watching brief or building investigation and recording as part of a programme. The watching brief was carried out in accordance with a detailed Written Scheme of Investigation (WSI) produced by CA and approved by Vince Russet, County () Archaeologist, North Somerset Council.
The fieldwork also followed the Standard and guidance for an archaeological watching brief IfA ), the Management of. and in compliance with the ‘Standard and Guidance for Archaeological Watching Briefs’, issued by the Institute of Field Archaeologists (IFA, ) and the ‘Statement of Standards and Practices appropriate for Archaeological Fieldwork in Gloucestershire’, issued b the Gloucestershire y County Council Archaeology Section.
Conduct work in line with Employer’s and industry procedures and standards, specifically the CIfA Standards and Guidance for Archaeological Excavation, Watching Brief, Evaluation and Archives. Plan and Prepare for Work (S4) Establish the requirements upon them for forthcoming projects, including timescales, deadlines, work locations and.
The Guide consists of a Standard accompanied by best practice Guidance for archaeological archiving, both of which will enable archaeologists to archive properly the material and documentary.
CBCPS Brief for continuous archaeological monitoring and recording at Mill House, Mill Road, Fordham, Colchester, CO6 3NN, by Jess Tipper CIfA a Standard and Guidance for an archaeological watching brief CIfA b Standard and guidance for the collection, documentation, conservation and research of archaeological materials.
to identify extant features, and watching-brief projects (see IFA, ) conducted during development whereby any archaeological features or deposits encountered are. An Archaeological Watching Brief by Virginia Fuentes Report 19/ Introduction This report documents the results of an archaeological watching brief carried out to the rear of the church hall, immediately north-east to St Peter’s Church.
The parish church is situated west of Fern Pond Road, Ightham, Kent (TQ ) (Figs. 1 and 2). A visual inspection and archaeological watching brief was undertaken during the excavation of geotechnical pits on 10 January (Appendix 1). No obvious surface features of potential archaeological interest were identified; however, two test pits (4 and 5) revealed below ground remains, whilst a further two, Test Pits 3 and 6.
WRITTEN SCHEME OF INVESTIGATION FOR ARCHAEOLOGICAL OBSERVATION, INVESTIGATION & RECORDING BRIEF ELSEY CROFT SKIPTON NORTH YORKSHIRE SE Prepared for Skipton Properties Ltd by MAP Archaeological Practice Ltd Tel.
[email protected]_. The environmental project conforms to relevant sections of the Standard and guidance: Archaeological excavation (CIfA ); and Environmental Archaeology: a guide to the theory and practice of methods, from sampling and recovery to post-excavation (English Heritage ).
Methods Sampling policy. Mandatory standards of training, certification and watch-keeping. Part B: Recommended guidelines (not mandatory) on training, certification and watch-keeping. The regulations in the annex should be read in conjunction with the relevant section of the STCW Code (part A).
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