2017-18 Programme Brochure

2017-18 Programme - "short form"

2016-2017 Programme Brochure

2016-2017 Programme - "short form"

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Please see changes below to the November and December 2017 speakers.

2017PROGRAMME - all meetings take place on Wednesdays at 7.30 pm
11 JanAn ape's view of human evolution: our fossil ape relatives and hoe they lived with Prof.Peter Andrews, Natural History Museum and Blandford Museum
8 FebA tomb with a view: new investigations on Cotswold-Severn long barrows with Prof. Tim Darvill, Bournemouth University AT BOURNEMOUTH UNIVERSITY
8 MarAGM and Members’ Evening
5 AprilThe late great Medieval manor house of Kingston Lacy with Martin Papworth, National Trust
10 MayAtomic magnetism, current & dielectric permittivity: how Physics has the potential to transform Archaeology - new discoveries from geophysics at Old Sarum and other sites with Kris Strutt, Southampton University
13 SeptWatermeadows: their history, technology and future with Michael Heaton, Archaeologist
11 OctPotting on the heath: in search of the medieval and early post-medieval East Dorset pottery industry with Dan Carter of Bournemouth University
8 NovAlteration to programme - now Dorset Breweries: malting and brewing are among our oldest industries with Dr Peter Stanier, Industrial archaeologist and author
13 DecAlteration to programme - now Geoff Taylor EDAS member speaking on China
10 JanThe landscape of Wimborne in the 10th - 12th centuries AD with Roger Hills of the Dorset Castles Research Group
7 Feb NOTE NOT 2nd WEDNESDAYNew light on the Knowlton Complex with Martin Green, Dorset farmer and archaeologist
14 MarAGM followed by Lilian Ladle, EDAS Director of Archaeology on the 2017 EDAS Field Trip
11 April”The pick and shovel is the only true discoverer of the past” with Tim Schadla-Hall of University College, London AT BOURNEMOUTH UNIVERSITY
9 MayEndangered Archaeology in the Middle East and North Africa: mission impossible? with Dr Robert Bewley EAMENA Project Director