Programme 2018-2019

    Cardiff Archaeological Society holds its lectures fortnightly on Thursdays between October and March. These lectures take place in Room 0.13, Wallace Lecture Theatre in the Main Building of Cardiff University. Details on how to find the location can be seen here

    All lectures start at 7.15pm

    If you'd like to join the Society, just come along to one of our meeting and join on the spot - you would be most welcome! The lecture locations will all be signposted from the main entrances of the buildings they take place in. 

    Programme 2018-19


    4th October 
      Dr Alex Langlands, Writer and Broadcaster
    Archaeology and Craeft: How Traditional Crafts are About More Than Just Making

    18th October
    Dr David Robinson, Independent Scholar
    The Augustinian Canons and the Shrine of Our Lady at Walsingham

    1st November 
    Charlie Johns, Cornwall Archaeological Unit; Prof Jacqui Mulville, Cardiff University
    Archaeology and sea-level rise on the Isles of Scilly - the Lyonesse Project

    15th November 
    Richard and Carol Clammer, The Tidenham Historical Group
    Beachley and the First World War: The story of a shipyard, a railway and the transformation of a rural parish

    29th November
    Prof Niall Sharples, Cardiff University Viking Houses: Exploring the Social Significance of Space on the Atlantic Fringe


    10th January
    Sam Pammet and Rachel Morgan, Rubicon Heritage The Archaeology of the A4226 Road Corridor: A Transect across the Vale of Glamorgan

    24th January 
    Dr Toby Driver, R.C.A.H.M.W.
    Abermagwr Roman Villa, Ceredigion: Innovation and Wealth at the Edge of the Empire

    7th February 
    Dr George Nash, Archaeologist & Specialist in Prehistoric and Contemporary Art Interpreting the Rock Art within the Neolithic passage grave of Barclodiad y Gawres, Anglesey

    21st February
    Dr David Petts, Durham University
    New Light on the Early Medieval Archaeology of Lindesfarne

    7th March
    Annual General Meeting