Welwyn Archaeological Society - 2018/19 programme

Kris Lockyear

This is the lecture programme for the 2018/19 season of the Welwyn Archaeological Society.

Meetings are held on Friday evenings at the United Reformed Church hall, Church Road, Welwyn Garden City, Herts AL8 6PS (opposite Sainsbury’s in the town centre). 19:45 for a 20:00 start.

12 October
Shrines, fortresses, and shifting towns: archaeology of the Upper Casamance, Senegal (7th-19th centuries) - Sirio Canós Donnay

2 November
The Beaker People: Isotopes, Mobility and Diet in Prehistoric Britain - Mike Parker Pearson

16 November
North-West England and the Irish Sea in the Viking Age - David Griffith

30 November
Timber Framed Buildings in Hertfordshire and Essex - Helen Gibson

14 December
The not-so-mysterious Etruscans: from Winckelmann to transport amphorae - Dr Corinna Riva

25 January
Matters of Life and Death: Demography and Society in Lower-Middle Palaeolithic Europe - Jennifer French

8 February
Islands of stone: Neolithic crannogs in the Outer Hebrides.
Duncan Garrow (This talk has been funded by The Prehistoric Society)

22 February
The Rise and Fall of the Pubs of Wheathampstead, 1830-1914 - Patrick McNeill (This replaces the previously advertised talk)

8 March
The Roman Empire – Off Limits - Sam Moorhead

29 March
AGM and special event (TBC)

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