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Landscape Archaeology Medal

The Landscape Archaeology Medal is awarded biennially for distinguished achievements in landscape archaeology.

The award was created following the decision of Professor John Coles, a Fellow of the Academy since 1978, to establish an Academy Medal for this field. This Medal was awarded for the first time in 2007.

Eligibility

Eligible nominations can be for landscape archaeology in any part of the world and in any period, provided that the nominated scholar is based in Britain or Ireland. 

How to nominate

Nominations may only be made by Fellows of the British Academy. Nomination forms are available from the Fellows area of the British Academy website.

Nominating body: Section H7


Previous Winners


2015 Dr David Hall, University of Exeter

2013 Mr Christopher Taylor FBA, Formerly Head of Archaeological Survey, Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England

2011 Dr Conor Newman, Senior Lecturer, Department of Archaeology, National University of Ireland

2009 Professor Tony Wilkinson FBA, Professor of Archaeology, Durham University

2007 Professor Andrew Fleming, Emeritus Professor, University of Wales Trinity St David

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