Archaelogical dating

We are always keen to hear from you and you just need to ask to speak to one of our consultants Archaeological Research Services Ltd (ARS Ltd) and the Scottish Universities Environmental Research Centre (SUERC) have set up a new ‘Community Archaeology Radiocarbon Dating Fund' (CARD Fund) as of January 2016.

The scheme is intended to provide support to community groups and projects to acquire radiocarbon dates for their projects.

Please browse our website which contains information about our archaeological consultancy services and archaeological contracting services as well resources for schools, researchers and the public.

Our aim is to consistently provide the best possible outcomes for our customers by ensuring that their goals are achieved, helping to maximise value to the project, whilst delivering the benefits of heritage to society.

We will enter between the two paws of the Sphinx alone and see the smile of the Sphinx.

You will visit my great discovery, the Tombs of the Pyramid Builders.

She has devoted her life to public service and supports many initiatives to improve the life of Egyptian citizens worldwide.

As a successful company we pride ourselves on our professional service, our record of delivery and the trusting relationships we build and maintain with our clients.

We are committed to sustainable development and maintaining our high environmental standards, so you can rely on us to strengthen your supply chain environmental credentials and deliver significant additions to your sustainability record. If you would like further advice to help with your individual needs please do not hesitate to ring us on 01629 814540 for a free, no obligation consultation.

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We look forward to welcoming you to our library soon.It is called the most important discovery of the 20th century, because for the first time we could learn about the people who built the Pyramids.


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