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Conference in Canterbury: Cultural Heritage in Danger

Cultural Heritage in Danger: Illicit Trafficking, Armed Conflicts and Cultural Diplomacy Date: Friday, 9th of June 2017 (University of Kent, Canterbury, UK) Subject: After World War II, the 1954 Hague Convention on the Protection of Cultural Property in Event of Armed Conflict recognized the need to protect and preserve heritage for the benefit of mankind. In the last 60 years,

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Archaeology research seminars: Canterbury Christ Church University

Date and venue Wednesdays 17:30-18:30, Room Ng07. Contact Dr Emilie Sibbesson, Canterbury Christ Church University, Tel: 012276 7700 ext.1670 Programme 9 November: ‘The Art and Soul of Bronze Age Metalworking’ with Sophia Adams (University of Bristol) 30 November: ‘LiDAR, Landscapes and Community Archaeology’ with Andrew Mayfield (Kent County Council) 1 February: ‘Digital Humanities and Geographical Text Analysis: Introducing Computational Approaches for History, Archaeology and

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Richborough through the ages: conference

The School of Humanities Centre for Research in Kent History and Archaeology is pleased to announce a one day conference ‘Richborough through the Ages’, that will take place on Saturday 25 June 2016. The conference consists of four sessions, taking the history of Richborough from Roman and Anglo Saxon times through the Medieval period, the First World War and culminating

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The Holleyman Lecture 2016

The Holleyman Lecture 2016:  Recent work on the Mesolithic of the coast and wetland edge in Southern Britain Thursday 21st 2016 Professor Martin Bell* For many years the Mesolithic has been a rather neglected aspect of British archaeology dominated by flint scatters and overshadowed by far more impressive and intensively investigated sites in continental Europe, especially Denmark. Recently the British Mesolithic has begun

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