Cardiff Archaeological Society Lectures
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 below.
|05/10/2017||Serena Ranieri, Museum of London||The Archaeological Results at Crossrail, London Liverpool Street|
|19/10/2017||Dr Ron Baxter and Dr David Robinson, CRSBI and Independent Historian||The Corpus of Romanesque Sculpture in Britain and Ireland: Achievements and Aspirations (includes wine reception at 18:00)|
|02/11/2017||Peter Davey, Clifton Rocks Railway Trust||Clifton Rocks Railway|
|16/11/2017||Brian Davies, Great Western Colliery Preservation Trust||The Hetty Winding Engine and the Necessity of Invention|
|30/11/2017||Ken Murphy, Dyfed Archaeological Trust||Excavation of an Early Medieval Cemetery at St Patrick's Chapel, St David's|
|11/01/2018||Dr Marta Diaz-Guardamino, Cardiff University||The Epigraphic Stela of Montoro, Cordoba: The Earliest Monumental Script in Iberia|
|25/01/2018||Dr Mark Lewis, National Roman Legion Museum at Caerleon||Laboratory Labours - Recent Research into Roman Caerleon|
|08/02/2018||Professor John Hines and Joanna Caruth - Cardiff University and Suffolk Archaeology||Excavations in the Anglo-Saxon Burial Grounds at RAF Lakenheath, Eriswell, Suffolk|
|22/02/2018||Dr Oliver Harris, Leicester University||From Neolithic Bones to Viking Boats and Whitby Jet: New Discoveries on the Ardnamurchan Peninsula|
|08/03/2018||Annual General Meeting|