Gold hidden in stone: finding an early Bronze Age goldworking tool kit
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Our public lectures are free events that attract a diverse audience including the public, secondary school pupils and professionals. The series aims to open up areas of interest in the Earth and environmental sciences and present new research in this area to the public.
As part of this year's series of public lectures, we welcome fascinating speakers and investigate the use of some geoscientific and environmental techniques to improve our understanding of past history and environments, both here in South Wales and around the world.
These presentations will investigate how evidence of sediments and rocks, geochemistry, the dating of human remains and artefacts, climatic and forensic data and the landscape and vegetation can help build a clear picture of our shared history, including Roman and Colonial and more recent contexts, and also influence our views on conservation and heritage strategies.
The 2023/24 monthly Lecture Series will be held in the Wallace Lecture Theatre (Room 0.13), Main Building. Lectures begin at 18:30.
You do not need to book a ticket for the events.