The Archbishop of Canterbury, by virtue of his office being formerly
combined with that of Papal Legate, can (and does) award degrees. In this
context it would simplify things if he awarded degrees in archaeology to
those digging up graveyards.
Sarah Groves wrote:
> "Archaeologists in this country usually have some form of accredition to
> point to which allows them to dig up graveyards, be it a degree, published
> papers in an academic journal, or by our old chums, the IFA".
> And, hopefully a piece of paper from the Home Office.... ;-)