The CBA website includes back issues of British Archaeology magazine, plus breaking news, news feeds, a directory of UK archaeologists, books, grants and awards, fact sheets and reports, and lots more.
"Stonehenge, stone circles, dolmens, ancient standing stones, cairns, barrows, hillforts and archaeology of megalithic Europe." Presently features more than 500 sites; also offers a news feed (the one we're using on the front page), a free e-mail newsletter, forums, glossary and more.
"This website provides background information on the Portable Antiquities Scheme, news and access to our database of over 102,000 objects and 33,000 images; from Prehistoric flints to Post-Medieval buckles. Search this website to find out how you can get involved."
Schools and Training
Council for British Archaeology: Lectures, Day schools, short courses and tours
Lots of historical and archaeological titles. U.S. residents can order some of these titles through Arcadia Publishing; however, the Arcadia site does not list Tempus titles, so you'll need to contact them directly to inquire.
"Windgather Press publishes accessible and attractive books and journals on landscape history, landscape archaeology, and the history of BritainΥs countryside.Κ We have also recently expanded the book list to cover World Heritage Landscapes and an important topic in medieval European archaeology."