Event Archive

  

  • Boar's Head site excavation

    Current Archaeology Live! 2020

    28.02.2020 to 29.02.2020
    | Senate House, Malet Street, London, WC1E 7HU

    Current Archaeology Live! will be returning to the University of London’s Senate House on 28th-29th February 2020. Over the annual 2-day conference, archaeology experts will be speaking about the latest finds and ground-breaking research from the UK and abroad.

  • Inside of Anglo-Saxon hanging bowl from Prittlewell (c) MOLA.jpg

    Heritage Writtle Annual Lecture on the Prittlewell Prince

    25.02.2020 | Northumberland Lecture Theatre at Writtle College, Lordship Rd, Writtle, Chelmsford CM1 3RR

    Join Heritage Writtle on Tuesday 25th February for their Annual Lecture at Writtle College, where our Senior Finds Specialist, Lyn Blackmore, an internationally renowned expert on Saxon finds, will be giving a talk on the Prittlewell Princely Burial, an Anglo-Saxon burial chamber at Southend-on-Sea in its local and wider context.

  • citizan mersea from the east

    CITiZAN 4th Annual Conference: Turn the Tide

    22.02.2020 | Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre, Wilkins Building, UCL, Gower Street, London, WC1E 6AU

    Join our CITiZAN team at the 4th annual conference to celebrate intertidal and coastal archaeology as a growing discipline. the theme of this year’s conference is entitled 'Intrigue and Opportunity.'

  • Recording Our Built Heritage: Stanley Halls

    19.02.2020 | Stanley Halls,12 South Norwood Hill, London, SE25 6AB

    Archaeology isn’t just digging – sometimes archaeologists record buildings which are still standing, too. Over the course of half a day participants will explore Stanley Halls, a Grade II listed Edwardian arts venue at Norwood Junction through the eyes of a standing buildings archaeologist.

  • Bow porcelain saucer decorated in underglaze blue, from excavations on the factory site, Stratford High Street (HNB06) © MOLA

    London’s 18th-Century Porcelain Industry Workshop for Archaeologists

    15.02.2020 | MOLA, Mortimer Wheeler House, 46 Eagle Wharf Road, London N1 7ED

    Join us in this free workshop, where you can learn all about porcelain manufacture in London from our experts. It is in London that the early English porcelain industry has its roots. This workshop is aimed at archaeologists and non-specialists, from the manufactories at Isleworth, Chelsea, Vauxhall, Limehouse and Bow

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