Kenyon Medal for Classical Studies and Archaeology
Sir Frederic Kenyon (1863–1952), elected a Fellow in 1903 and serving in turn as the Academy’s sixth President and second Secretary, bequeathed to the Academy a sum to provide a medal to be awarded biennially (or at longer intervals if necessary) to the author of some work relating to classical studies and archaeology.
Nominating body: Sections H1 and H7
2009 Dr James Adams FBA
You can download a list of Kenyon Medals awarded before 2000 here.