Tag Archives: landscapes

Third Lambarde Lecture in archaeology

The making of the southern British landscape: a prehistorian’s view When: 6pm Wednesday 26th April Where: Michael Berry Lecture Theatre, Old Sessions House, Canterbury Christchurch University FREE and open to ALL To be given by Professor Tim Champion, University of Southampton: When did the English landscape take on something like its current appearance? Details of field patterns and settlement organisation

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Ancient Roots – Discover the Mysteries of The Meads

One of the last Woodland Wildlife Hidden History events will be on Friday 17th February at The Meads Community Centre, Emerald Crescent, Sittingbourne, ME10 5JL. Doors opening 6.45pm for: 7.15 – “What is a henge anyway?” with Andrew Richardson (Canterbury Archaeological Trust) will talk about the discovery of the Meads Henge. 8.15 – “Our relationship with trees” Damian Goodburn (Time Team

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Southeast England Regional Conference 2016

The 2nd Biennial Southeast England Regional Conference will be held Saturday 26th November 2016 on the topic of ‘Geology, Landscape and Man in Southeast England‘. Venue: Exhibition Hall, Worthing College: Time: All day Fee: £25 including coffee/tea/biscuits, buffet lunch and conference publication Email: anthony.brook27@btinternet.com For details on the speakers and topic covered please click on this link – SE England conference 2016

The Sussex Archaeology Symposium 2016

The Sussex Archaeology Symposium 2016:  Saturday 19th March 2016 Of interest to Archaeologists and Historians, the 2016 Symposium comprises a review of the most recent archaeological work in Sussex, covering a wide range of periods and including current projects using up-to-date technology. National Trust Archaeology on the South Downs, Tom Dommett (NT Regional Archaeologist) Coastguard Cottages at Crowlink, Jo Seaman

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