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Our current season of lectures has drawn to a close. Please keep visiting the website for details on local archaeological activities, CAS news and our forthcoming 2017/18 programme. 
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  • Archaeology at the Walled Garden, Abergwili

    We have received information from the Dyfed Archaeological Trust about the dig they are undertaking at the Walled Garden in Abergwili between 6th-17th March 2017. For more information, please visit our "News" page. 


  • Society of Antiquaries of London - Cardiff Meeting

    The Society of Antiquaries of London will be holding a special meeting at Cardiff University on the 2nd March. For more details, please visit our "News" page.


  • EMWARG - Call For Papers

    The Early Medieval Wales Archaeology Research Group is now open to papers for its Colloquium, which will take place at Bangor University on the 7th and 8th October 2017. Further information is available on our "News" page.


  • Lesser Garth Cave

    The results of the latest investigations into the cave at the Lesser Garth, North Cardiff, have been published in the Cambrian Archaeological Society's journal Archaeologica Cambrensis. Cardiff Archaeological Society assisted with this project. You can find out more on 21st January 2017 when CAS will be holding a lecture on these discoveries.


  • 2016-17 Programme

    Our programme of lectures for the forthcoming 2016-17 season has been completed and now can be viewed on our website. We have a fascinating collection of topics covered this year with some very eminent speakers. 


  • Roath Mill Update

    Following on from the Society's work on the mill site in the Roath area of Cardiff, an article is now available detailing all our findings. For more information visit the "News" page


Cardiff Archaeological Society

Cymdeithas Archeolegol Caerdydd


Welcome to the website of the Cardiff Archaeological Society. We are a friendly society which seeks to foster interest in archaeology in the Cardiff area. We have an annual lecture programme which runs fortnightly from October to March, featuring eminent speakers from universities and heritage organisations from around the world. In the summer we have a series of evening field trips to sites of local archaelogical and historical interest, together with three full day trips to sites further afield.

 
Please browse our website for more information, or contact us via the "Contact" page.