Programme 2017-2018

    Cardiff Archaeological Society holds its lectures fortnightly on Thursdays between October and March. These lectures take place in Room 1.122, Small Chemistry 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 2017-18


    2017

    5th October 
      Serena Ranieri, Museum of London
    The Archaeological Results at Crossrail, London Liverpool Street

    19th October (includes wine reception at 6:00pm)
    Dr Ron Baxter and Dr David Robinson, CRSBI and Independent Historian
    The Corpus of Romanesque Sculpture in Britain and Ireland: Achievements and Aspirations

    2nd November 
    Peter Davey, Clifton Rocks Railway Trust
    Clifton Rocks Railway

    16th November 
    Brian Davies, Great Western Colliery Preservation Trust
    The Hetty Winding Engine and the Necessity of Invention

    30th November
    Ken Murphy, Dyfed Archaeological Trust Excavation of an Early Medieval Cemetery at St Patrick's Chapel, St David's

    2018

    11th January
    Dr Mark Lewis, National Roman Legion Museum at Caerleon Laboratory Labours - Recent Research into Roman Caerleon

    25th January 
    Dr Marta Diaz-Guardamino, Cardiff University
    The Epigraphic Stela of Montoro, Cordoba: The Earliest Monumental Script in Iberia

    8th February 
    Professor John Hines and Joanna Caruth - Cardiff University and Suffolk Archaeology Excavations in the Anglo-Saxon Burial Grounds at RAF Lakenheath, Eriswell, Suffolk

    22nd February
    Dr Oliver Harris, Leicester University
    From Neolithic Bones to Viking Boats and Whitby Jet: New Discoveries on the Ardnamurchan Peninsula

    8th March
    Annual General Meeting