London Archaeologist 50th anniversary conference autumn 2018 Call for papers: Five decades of archaeology in London Deadline for initial contributions: January 1st 2018 What we know about archaeology in London, how we do it, how we study it and how we manage it has changed fundamentally in the 50 years since was founded in 1968....
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Friday 8 September, Old Sessions House, Og46 at 6.30 pm Envisioning the Canterbury Cathedral Crypt Creatures Project: Public Lecture ‘Anselm and the Formation of Canterbury Cathedral Crypt Given by Professor Sandy Heslop (UEA) For further details see flier – Heslop Poster Sept 2017 Wednesday 27 September, Old Sessions House, Og46 at 7.00 pm Sixth Nightingale...
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Old Sessions House, Canterbury
Title An Introduction to Classical Latin Date Mon 02 Oct Event Autumn Short Course Time 10:00-12:00 Venue Canterbury Campus Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel: 01227 863451 Price Standard Adult – £125.00 Monday 2 October 2017 | 10am-12pm |10 sessions Tutor: David Wright | Canterbury campus | £125 Whether your classical Latin is languishing, moribund or non-existent,...
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CCCU Canterbury Campus
IOTAS Archaeological Studies Lecture Course 2017 Transitions in History, Archaeology and Myth: how did traditions change or survive? Session 1. The chosen few: Medway Megaliths – were Neolithic tombs burial places of elites, war-dead or sacrifices? Looking at evidence for a clash of faiths in Neolithic Britain. 13th March 2017 2. Broken circles: The End...
March to November 2017 | 7 pm
Isle of Tanet Archaeological Society
Room B, Crampton Tower Yard
Kent CT10 2AB
Sussex Archaeological Society Ancient to Modern: the Changing Landscape of Sussex Saturday 28 April 2018 King’s Church, Lewes Full details and Conference booking form Ancient to Modern – The Changing Landscape of Sussex is available. Please direct all conference enquiries to: Lorna Gartside, Sussex Archaeological Society, Bull House, 92 High Street, LEWES BN7 1XH tel:...
28 April 2018 | 10:00am
King’s Church, Brooks Road, Lewes BN7 2BY
“It is a great pleasure to announce that the National Roman Fabric Reference Collection: A Handbook is now live on the Study Group for Roman Pottery website at http://romanpotterystudy.org/nrfrc/base/index.php As you know, it has been a lengthy process, but hopefully it will be a valuable resource for a wide range of users. The website is essentially...
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Study Group for Roman Pottery website