Members are in for a treat this Wednesday as Dr Matt Brudenell presents the 12th Sara Champion lecture, on understanding Late Bronze Age societies in East Anglia from a study of the pottery they made and used. It’s on at 5 pm in Burlington House, London.
Meanwhile, following the runaway success of the 2013 EUROPA conference, plans are well underway for the 2014 EUROPA conference, which will celebrate the achievements of Professor Alasdair Whittle and will be held at the University of Cardiff on 30th and 31st May 2014. A full programme and booking form will shortly be available on this website.
The Society’s advovacy activities continue. See our letter about plans for Old Oswestry, sent back in August; we still await a reply from Shropshire Council…
Dr Alison Sheridan, President
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Artefacts and antiquarians in the Axe Valley: searching for early humans at Broom
Exeter, 19:30, 8 January 2014
‘People in Prehistory: Houses and Households’ Day conference
London, 1 March 2014
‘Morgawr: building a Bronze Age-type sewn-plank boat and exploring prehistoric seafaring through experimental archaeology’
Cirencester, 19:30, 19 March 2014