CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: These are exceptional times. Our normal programme of conferences and meetings is on hold while we all cope with the pandemic. However, our online activities on this website, on Facebook and on Twitter will continue during self-isolation and lockdown to keep all prehistorians connected. Prehistorians form a global network investigating ideas, landscapes and artefacts from the deep past. Above all, this deep past unites us with a history of humanity that fascinates and enthrals. Let me wish all our on-line visitors an optimistic future supported by the friendship that our society embraces.
Professor Clive Gamble, President
Our interests are worldwide and extend from the earliest human origins to the emergence of written records.
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The Pocklington chariot burials (Joint SAHS/PS lecture), 7.30pm
2 November 2020 - 2 November 2020
Prehistoric Archaeology at Barnham, Suffolk (Joint NNAS/PS lecture), 2pm
7 November 2020 - 7 November 2020
Barrows of the Yorkshire Wolds: Prehistory, Inspiration and Legacy
6 March 2021 - 6 March 2021