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South East England

Unlocking Buckinghamshire's Past

This form based resource allows interrogation of most of the HER. There is no interactive mapping.

Hampshire Archaeology and Historic Buildings Record Search

This form based resource allows interrogation of most of the HER. There is no interactive mapping.

Exploring Kents Past

Kent’s system gives a form based option initially, however the map search option is partially interactive.

Exploring Surrey's Past

The part of the site that allows access to the HER is hard to find at first - go to “Maps”. As with most similar systems, the information available on each site is quite limited, but useful nontheless.

At the time of writing, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Canterbury, East Sussex, Hampshire, Kent, Milton Keynes, Oxford, Oxfordshire, Southampton, Surrey, West Berkshire, West Sussex, Winchester HERs are all available to consult via Heritage Gateway

Surrey Archaeological Society Research Volumes

Surrey Archaeological Society Research Volumes are being archived with the Archaeology Data Service - volumes are available back to 1858.  The Society is grateful to the trustees of the Marc Fitch Fund for a generous grant towards the cost of digitising the Research Volumes and depositing them with the Archaeology Data Service.



Surrey Archaeological Collections

Surrey Archaeological Collections, the journal of the Society, are being archived with the Archaeology Data Service. The Society is grateful to the trustees of the Marc Fitch Fund for a generous grant towards the cost of digitising the Research Volumes and depositing them with the Archaeology Data Service.



Sussex Archaeological Collections

Sussex Archaeological Collections, the journal of the Sussex Archaeologtical Society, are being archived with the Archaeology Data Service. At the time of writing, 1999 to 2014 are available


The Berkshire Archaeological Journal

There have been variuous incarnations of a county archaeological journal for Berkshire. All of these, from 1878 - 1980 have been digitised and are available on ADS.


The London Archaeologist

The journal of the ARCHAEOLOGIST Association is available on ADS from 1968 to 2012. More recent editions are available on the London Archaeologist website