Event Archive

  

  • Upminster 'tithe barn' (c) Public domain

    Family webinar: Norman Conquest and tithe barn moneyboxes with Land of the Fanns

    29.10.2020 | Online webinar

    This October Half Term, MOLA community archaeologist Paul McGarrity is running two free family webinars to explore what archaeology is and how it can be studied across the Land of the Fanns, a historic landscape stretching from east London into south west Essex.

  • CITiZAN Margate Lower Prom Archaeology Hunt!

    24.10.2020 to 27.10.2020
    | Margate Visitor Information Centre, Droit House, Stone Pier, Margate CT9 1JD - Kent

    Join us for an archaeology hunt along Margate's Lower Prom as part of Back & Fill *and* Festival of Archaeology! Find out about the archaeology visible along the cliffs, what it all means and where you can find out more.

  • Roman pottery from Moorgate (c) MOLA

    Family webinar: Roman pottery and salt dough making with Land of the Fanns

    26.10.2020 | Online webinar

    This October Half Term, MOLA community archaeologist Paul McGarrity is running two free family webinars to explore what archaeology is and how it can be studied across the Land of the Fanns, a historic landscape stretching from east London into south west Essex.

  • CITiZAN archaeologists recording a World War II tank trap on the Northumberland coast

    CITiZAN: Bricks, Tiles and the South Humber

    17.10.2020 to 18.10.2020
    | Waters' Edge, Barton-Upon-Humber, DN18 5JR

    Two day, free training course recording intertidal archaeology on the beautiful Barton Foreshore.

  • Sadie Watson looks down on an archaeological site (c) MOLA

    Society of Antiquaries Lecture - The Value of Archaeology: Challenges and Opportunities

    15.10.2020 | Online-only event

    In conversations about the value of culture, arts and heritage there has been little mention of archaeology, despite the significant funding it attracts through the development-control system. This is perhaps because most of the work we do is conducted behind hoardings, hidden from public view. Results are slow to be shared and our traditional methods of communicating rely on dense, printed media. In this Society of Antiquaries online lecture, Dr Sadie Watson FSA will present her current UKRI Future Leader Fellowship research on archaeology and public benefit.

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