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The Royal Archaeological Institute (RAI) is a leading national archaeology society, with a history dating back to 1844. Its interests span all aspects of the archaeological, architectural and landscape history of the British Isles.

Through our annual publication of the Archaeological Journal and our programme of monthly lectures, we have a strong tradition of presenting archaeological research. We also give grants to enable research projects, host conferences and run specialist tours for our members to archaeological sites, historic buildings and landscapes.

Find out more about what Royal Archaeological Institute membership offers and what options are available.
View our comprehensive lecture program, covering a variety of topics between October and May every year.
The Royal Archaeological Institute has research funds available each year - discover more about funds and eligibility criteria.
Learn more about our publications, including the Archaeological Journal, our newsletter and the summer meeting reports.

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Forthcoming events

POSTPONED EVENTS
Tuesday 1st September 2020

Owing to the coronavirus pandemic, Burlington House will be closed until further notice.

The Spring Meeting in Dover has been postponed until 14-16 May 2021.

The Summer Meeting in Malmö & Copenhagen has been postponed until 10-17 July 2021.

The Autumn Meeting in Newark has been postponed until 16 October 2021.

Ordinary (full) members can access all recorded lectures at https://www.royalarchinst.org/rai-lectures-online. If you are an Ordinary member and require a reminder of your log in details, please email the administrator.

Associate members and non-members can access some of the recorded lectures by scrolling down to Online lectures on the following page at https://www.royalarchinst.org/lectures.

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