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Cardiff Archaeological Society Lectures

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Visitors are welcome to attend our lectures - staff and students at the University are particularly welcome.

Lectures are held in the Wallace Lecture Theatre (Room 0.13), Main Building, Cardiff University, Cathays Park, starting at 19:15, Thursdays on the dates shown in the table.

Past lectures

24/10/2019Neil Ludlow, Consultant ArchaeologistWilliam Marshal and design at Pembroke Castle
07/11/2019Dr Tom Booth, Visiting Researcher, Dept. of Earth Sciences, Natural History MuseumCheddar Man and the Genetic Prehistory of Britain: The story so far...
21/11/2019Dr Alan Lane, Senior Lecturer in Archaeology, School of History, Archaeology and Religion
Dr Mark Redknap, Head of Collections and Research (History and Archaeology) National Museum of Wales
Llangorse Crannog: a unique window on Wales in the Viking Age
05/12/2019Dr David Jenkins, Honorary Research Fellow, National Museum of WalesFrom Draentewion to Barry - the creation of the Davies family's wealth
16/01/2020Dr Oliver Davis, CAER Heritage Project Co-director, School of History, Archaeology and Religion;
Ian Dennis, Archaeological Illustrator, School of History, Archaeology and Religion
New work on hillforts in Western Germany: shining light on Iron Age communities beyond the Roman frontier
30/01/2020Professor Alan Dodson, Honorary Professor of Egyptology, University of BristolRameses III, King of Egypt
13/02/2020Professor John Hines, Professor of Archaeology, School of History, Archaeology and ReligionCosmeston: the latest discoveries and new horizons for interpretation
27/02/2020Catherine Rees and Matthew Jones, C.R. ArchaeologySettling Down, Moving on and Coming Back: Neolithic Discoveries at Llanfaethlu, Anglesey
12/03/2020 Annual General Meeting