Peopling the Past: Reflecting on Prehistoric Europe
The Prehistoric Society Europa Conference 2023: Peopling the Past: Reflecting on Prehistoric Europe will be held at the University of Cambridge from 2-4th June 2023. This year the conference honours the achievements of Prof Marie Louise Stig Sørensen, University of Cambridge, in the field of European Prehistory.
All upcoming events
Visit to the Ashmolean exhibition 'Labyrinth: Knossos, Myth and Reality'
A members only, out of hours, visit to 'Labyrinth: Knossos, Myth and Reality', led by Dr Andrew Shapland (Sir Arthur Evans Curator of Bronze Age and Classical Greece)
Prehistoric Henges in Yorkshire and beyond: recent research
With the Thornborough Henges now being taken into public ownership, and with recent research and excavation in Wharfedale, this talk will be a journey from Orkney to Wessex
Repeopling La Mancheland: Landscape Perspectives on the Neanderthal Archaeology of La Cotte de St Brelade.
What role did the Channel Islands and coasts of Britain and France play in the lives of ancient humans populations and how can the record preserved at La Cotte and other terrestrial sites in the region help us to understand and research what now lies under the sea.
Hillforts of Britain and Ireland - an overview of a monument type from the nineteenth to the twenty-first centuries.
The compilation of an Atlas of the Hillforts of Britain and Ireland and of the underlying database, online since 2017, provided the opportunity to reassess these iconic and much-discussed sites at a scale not hitherto attempted in these islands.
‘Rewilding’ later prehistory: Archaeological wildlife and its role in contemporary nature recovery
This talk will present initial findings from the UKRI-funded ‘Rewilding’ later prehistory project – a collaboration between Oxford Archaeology, the Universities of Oxford, Exeter and York, Centre for Ancient Genomics, Toulouse, Historic England and Knepp Castle Estate.