Unquiet Residues: The Midden Seminar
Starts: 9 April 2008
Cardiff School of History and Archaeology, Cardiff University
9th April 2008
This event will focus specifically on recent research on the southern British ‘midden’ sites of the first half of the first millennium BC. These complex monumental settlements are increasingly recognised as important phenomena of the transition from the Late Bronze Age to the Early Iron Age, and this focussed research day aims to review various recent research projects, to reconsider some of the most prolific materials recovered and to broaden discussion ofthe interpretation of these sites. Presentations will tackle particular issues such as formation processes, depositional trends, social networks, landscape settings and the opportunity will be taken to discuss comparable artefact rich sites from southern and eastern Britain. All members of the archaeological community and the general public are welcome – discussion and debate is encouraged on the day.
A conference schedule is available for viewing or download in the right-hand column of this page
Registration, accommodation and travel
A registration form is available to download in the right-hand-column of this page. £10 waged £6 unwaged for tea, coffee, biscuits and abstracts.
For information about accommodation please follow the link in the right-hand column of this page.
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Open To: Public
Staff and Students