For our Prehistoric Society it is the community of prehistorians, national and international, on-line and in-person, that matters most during this dreadful pandemic. 2021 is another uncertain year but one thing is sure, that our commitment to Europe and its prehistorians remains as strong as ever. We are long-term supporters of the European Association of Archaeologists (EAA) and our flagship prize The Europa Lecture will, as always, have Europe at its core. The contributions to PPS and PAST enshrine that commitment as do our Research Papers. Our new Collections series will draw on our 85 year-old back catalogue to show the importance we have always attached to Europe. The very best wishes for the New Year to all our members. I’m looking forward to a year of many reunions with you and with monuments and museums. Until then stay safe
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 Real Peggy Piggott (Prehistoric Society lecture), 7.30pm
6 September 2021 - 6 September 2021
Bog Bodies: face-to-face with the past (Joint Yorkshire Archaeological and Historical Society lecture), 2pm
25 September 2021 - 25 September 2021
Great Zimbabwe in popular imagination: revelations through the years (PS Global Pasts lecture), time TBC
4 October 2021 - 4 October 2021