Cardiff Archaeological Society Lectures
Mae'r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.
Visitors are welcome to attend our lectures - staff and students of Cardiff University are particularly welcome.
Lectures are held in the Small Chemistry Lecture Theatre (Room 1.122), Main Building, Cardiff University, Cathays Park, starting at 19:15, Thursdays on the dates shown in the table.
|03/10/2018||Dr Alex Langlands, Archaeologist, Broadcaster and Writer||Archaeology and Cræft: How Traditional Crafts are About More Than Just Making.|
|18/10/2018||Dr David Robinson, Ex Cadw and English Heritage, now an Independent Scholar||The Augustinian Canons and the Shrine of Our Lady at Walsingham|
|01/11/2018||Charlie Johns, Cornwall Archaeological Unit|
Professor Jacqui Mulville, Director of Research and Impact, School of History, Archaeology and Religion
|Archaeology and sea-level rise in the Isles of Scilly - the Lyonesse Project|
|15/11/2018||Richard and Carol Clammer, The Tidenham Historical Group||Beachley and the First World War: The story of a shipyard, a railway and the transformation of a rural parish|
|29/11/2018||Professor Niall Sharples, School of History, Archaeology and Religion||Viking Houses: Exploring the Social Significance of Space on the Atlantic Fringe|
|10/01/2019||Sam Pammet and Rachel Morgan, Rubicon Heritage||The Archaeology of the A4226 Road Corridor: A transect across the Vale of Glamorgan|
|24/01/2019||Dr Toby Driver, R.C.A.H.M.W.||Abermagwr Roman villa, Ceredigion: Innovation and wealth at the edge of the Empire|
|07/02/2019||Dr George Nash, Associate Professor, Archaeologist and Specialist in Prehistoric and Contemporary Art||Interpreting the rock art within the Neolithic passage grave of Barclodiad y Gawres, Anglesey|
|21/02/2019||Dr David Petts, Senior Lecturer, Department of Archaeology, Durham University||New light on the early medieval archaeology of Lindisfarne|
|07/03/2019||Annual General Meeting|