Jersey's Ice Age Island project has been nominated in the 'Research Project of the Year' category in the Archaeology Awards 2018.
The project began in 2009 as a survey of the island's prehistory and experts have found thousands of artefacts during the past eight-years of excavating.
The excavations have mainly focused on an area at Les Varines, in St Saviour, where evidence of Ice Age activity was first spotted.
The Ice Age Island project is one of six nominees put forward for the 'Research Project of the Year'.
- The winners of the award will be announced on 23rd February 2018.