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Cardiff Archaeological Society Lectures 2013/2014

Visitors are welcome to attend our lectures and staff and students of Cardiff University are particularly welcome.

Lectures are held in the Small Chemistry Lecture Theatre (Room 1.112), Main Building, Cardiff University, Cathays Park, starting at 7.15 pm on Thursdays as shown below.



Oct 10th  Professor Mike Parker Pearson

Professor of British Later Prehistory, UCL Institute of Archaeology

Stonehenge: new discoveries


Oct 24th  Professor Mark Jones

Chief Scientist and Head of Collection at the Mary Rose Museum

Conserving the Tudor Warship ‘Mary Rose’


Nov 7th  Henrietta Quinnell

Honorary Research Fellow, University of Exeter

Across the Bristol Channel: Trevisker pottery and the distinctive Bronze Age of South West Britain


Nov 21st  Dr Oliver Davis

Co-director, CAER Heritage Project, SHARE, Cardiff University

Power centres of Past and Present: recent work at Caerau hill fort


Dec 5th  Dr Steve Mills

Lecturer, SHARE, Cardiff University

Auditory archaeology at Catalhoyuk: considering sound in Neolithic life



Jan 9th Dr John R. Kenyon

Librarian, National Museum Wales

‘Proud, ambitious heaps’ Elizabethan and Jacobean architecture


Jan 23rd  Dr Meggen Gondek

Reader in Archaeology, University of Chester

Pictish Art and Power: Discovering a ‘royal centre’ at Rhynie, Aberdeenshire


Feb 6th   Jeremy Knight

Former Inspector of Ancient Monuments

Christianity, Literacy and Lordship: South Wales from the Romans to the Normans


Feb 20th   Dr Madeleine Gray

Reader in History, University of Wales, Newport

Medieval tomb slabs in south-east Wales


Mar 6th

Annual General Meeting