Research Seminars & Lectures
International Council for Archaeozoology (ICAZ) session about the role of wild animals in farming.
A one-day conference for classics and ancient history postgraduates studying in Wales and the south-west of England.
The Iron Age Research Student Seminar (IARSS) is designed to provide a relaxed environment for postgraduate students to present and discuss new research on the Late Bronze Age and Iron Age of Britain, Ireland and north-west Europe. Academics, professionals and undergraduates are invited to attend and give support and comments.
This joint conference organised by the Department of Archaeology, Cardiff University and the Prehistoric Society will explore a wide range of issues dear to the interests and life-time research of John. Sessions will reflect those interests and will embrace topics such as Neolithic people and landscapes, Wessex chalklands, Coastal sand dunes and snails in archaeology.
The conference was held at Aberdare Hall, Cardiff University.
Proceedings of this 2003 conference were published in 2006. The event was intended to focus attention on the many forms and guises of autocratic rule to be found in the ancient world, from kings and dictators at Rome to satraps in Asia, and from the roles of tagos and epimeletes in Greece to the classical tyrants of Sicily.