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Cardiff Archaeological Society Lectures 2014/2015

Visitors are welcome to attend our lectures and staff and students of Cardiff University are particularly welcome.

Lectures are held in the Small Chemistry Lecture Theatre (Room 1.112), Main Building, Cardiff University, Cathays Park, starting at 7.15 pm on Thursdays as shown below.

 

2014

October 9th  Mark Knight

Senior Project Officer, Dept. of Archaeology, University of Cambridge

Must Farm – Excavating an intact Bronze Age river

 

October 23rd  Professor David Austin

Emeritus Professor of Archaeology, University of Wales: Trinity St David

Strata Florida: recent work on a Centre of Welsh Cultural Identity

 

November 6th  Mr Robin Williams

President of Oxford House Industrial History Society

History of Pontypool Japanware

 

November 20th  Andy Sherman

Assistant Project Officer, Glamorgan and Gwent Archaeological Trust

The foreshore archaeology of Swansea Bay

 

December 4th  Dr Mark Redknap

Head of Collections and Research, Department of History and Archaeology – National Museum Wales

Return to Llanbedrgoch - Viking Anglesey reconsidered

 

2015

January 8th  Professor Denys Pringle

Emeritus Professor in Archaeology, SHARE, Cardiff University

The walls of medieval Ascalon

 

January 22nd  Bill Britnell MBE

Research Associate/former Director Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust

The Walton Basin, Radnorshire: an archaeological microcosm of the Welsh Marches?

 

February 5th  Dr Stephanie M Dalley

Assyriologist, Oriental Institute, Oxford

The Hanging Garden of Babylon

 

February 19th  Richard Osgood

Senior Archaeologist, Conservation, Defence Infrastructure Organisation

Wollongong to Wallonia – an archaeology of the Great War

 

Mar 5th

Annual General Meeting