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Our current season has now drawn to a close, and we are hard at work preparing for our next event in October. Stay tuned to our website and social media channels for more information.
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  • Illustrated Talk - 22nd June 2016

    The Society has been notified by the Brecon Beacons Park Society of an upcoming talk on the archaeological discoveries made during the construction of the Milford Haven gas pipeline. This will take place on Wednesday 22nd June at 7:30pm in the Bear Hotel in Crickhowell. More information can be found on our "News" page. 


  • Caerleon Guided Tour - 16th July 2016

    As part of the British Festival of Archaeology, National Museum Wales are offering a guided tour of the Roman sites in Caerleon on 16th July. More details can be found on our "News" page.


  • Summer Archaeology

    The Society has received information on upcoming digs across Wales - details on our "News" page.


  • Living off the Land Conference - 16th July 2016

    We have received information about this upcoming summer conference examining a significant period of agricultural development in Wales. For more information, please visit our "News" page.


  • Caer Hill Fort - March 2015

    Cardiff Archaeology Society recently took part in a very successful geophysical survey event on the Caer Hillfort in Ely. For more information on the survey and its findings, visit our News page.


  • 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.