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Other Events

Hadrian's Wall Research Seminar

Saturday 22 November, 9.50-4.30

The Queens Hall, Hexham

Dr Andrew Birley, Vindolanda Trust
Vindolanda: An update on the Frontiers in Transition Project

Tony Wilmott, English Heritage
The Temples Project, Maryport

John Zant, Oxford Archaeology North
The Vicus Project, Maryport

Kurt Hunter-Mann, York Archaeological Trust
Excavation and survey at Ravenglass fort and vicus

Dr David Mason, Durham County Council
Binchester excavations, season 6, 2014: revealing the best-preserved Roman building in Britain

Dr Nick Hodgson, Tyne & Wear Archaeology
The discovery of the Roman baths at Wallsend and other results from the WallQuest community archaeology project

Reservations & Tickets (Queens Hall box office  Tel: 01434 652477,  Email:  boxoffice(at)queenshall.co.uk)

Price £12.00 per person REDUCED THIS YEAR FROM £18.00.  Price includes tea/coffee/orange juice and biscuits mid-morning and mid-afternoon.  

 

Mosaics to Mummy Portraits: the arts, architecture and people of Roman Sicily, Syria, and North Africa

A study day with Dr Paul Roberts (British Museum) 

Saturday 22 November, 2014, 10:00 - 17:30, University College London.

More information and to book: 

http://www.egyptology-uk.com/bloomsbury/study_days.htm
Download a flyer here:  

http://www.egyptology-uk.com/bloomsbury/downloads/22-11-14_study%20day%20flyer.pdf

 

Early Glass Technology Network Conferences

Things That Travelled - Mediterranean Glass in the First Millennium AD

28-29 November, 2014

UCL

For all details, see:

http://www.ucl.ac.uk/archaeology/research/directory/glass-technology-network/conferences

The Imperial Crisis

14 December, 2014

University of Oxford

Тhе objective of this interdisciplinary conference on Classical Studies is to present new insights, and fresh perspectives, on the the crisis of the third century AD. Imperial Rome was in heavy turbulence between AD235 and AD284. Political unrest, illustrated by a lack of stability and continuity in the leadership, public health issues, monetary problems, military strife, and several other concerns almost brought the empire to its knees.

Presentations at the conference will focus either on one of these issues, or on a broader theme within the history and/or historiography of the crisis. Events and phenomena leading towards to crisis, as well measures taken by emperors after the crisis are equally welcome.

The conference is open to contributions from academics in fields as varied as classical studies, art history, architectural history, theology, religious studies, political history, philosophy, canon law, medical history, economic history, and linguistics. Approaches transcending disciplinary boundaries are particularly encouraged.

The final deadline for proposals is September 5th, 2014.

More information is available here: www.imperialcrisis.org

For all enquiries: Werner de Saeger werner.desaeger(at)kellogg.ox.ac.uk

 

Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society

The 2015 Annual Archaeology Day

10am – 4pm, Saturday 28th March 2015

Westland Conference & Leisure Complex, Yeovil

Beyond the Villa: 5000 Years of Human Activity at Lufton

Dr James Gerrard

Download a flyer here.