Society of Antiquaries of London Research Grants

Funding source: 
Research grants
Awarding body: 
Society of Antiquaries of London
Description: 

Value £500-£5,000, open to all, except students, for research in all aspects of the material past, awards may be named in honour of the following benefactors: Hugh Chapman (for research projects on the western Roman Empire and antiquarian matters in London and its environs), Joan Pye (for early-career researchers (within 5 years of completing their PhD), in the fields of prehistoric and Roman archaeology in the UK) or Marion Wilson (research projects in southern Britain), closing date 15 Jan

Objective: 

To support projects that entail new initiatives and/or create interdisciplinary interest; projects of definable scale or duration to which the Society will be a significant contributor; projects based on funds derived from a number of sources to which the Society will be one contributor (but not those which simply £top up£ applications to major funding bodies), although part of a larger project, the Society£s grants should be used to support a definable objective with concrete outcomes

Subject: 

Archaeology and antiquity

Contact name: 
Research Committee
Address: 

Society of Antiquaries of London
Burlington House
Piccadilly
London W1J 0BE

Phone: 
020 7479 7080
Fax: 
020 7287 6967