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Cardiff Archaeology Research Seminars - autumn 2011 & spring 2012

Autumn Term 2011

13th October

Dr John Grattan

Science/Neolithic

Death more desirable than life- development of early industry and mining in Jordan

 

27th October

Prof. Irene Lemos

Classics

Lefkandi on Euboea: Recent research

 

3rd November

Dr Duncan Garrow & Dr Fraser Sturt

Neolithic Britain

Stepping stones to the Neolithic? Islands, maritime connectivity and the 'western seaways' of Britain, 5000-3500 BC

 

17th November

Dr. Gabor Thomas

Medieval

Settlement dynamics and the Anglo-Saxon Conversion: New perspectives from Lyminge, Kent

 

24th November

Dr. Evan Chapman

Roman

A many layered mystery: The abandoned Roman armour found during 2010 excavations at Caerleon

 

1st December

Mr. Sal Garfi

Conflict archaeology

Examining an archaeology of colonialism, conflict and exclusion - the case of Western Sahara

 

8th December

Dr. Oliver Craig

Meso-Neolithic

From foraging to farming in Northern Europe: Molecular and isotopic contributions to the debate

 

Spring Term 2012

2nd February

Dr Paul Pettitt

Palaeolithic

Landscapes of the dead: The evolution of hominin mortuary activity from apes to the Upper Palaeolithic

 

9th February

Dr. Mary Cahill

Bronze Age

Bronze Age sheet goldwork in Ireland - form and function

 

16th February

Prof. João Zilhão

Palaeolithic

The persistence of Neanderthals in southern and western Iberia: Issues of stratigraphy, dating, environment and adaptation

 

23rd February

Prof. Oliver Cregihton

Medieval

Designs upon the land? Elite landscapes of the Middle Ages

 

1st March

Dr Matt Pope

Palaeolithic

On the cutting edge: Neanderthal occupation in the British Isles

 

15th March

Prof. Stephen Shennan

Neolithic

Boom and bust in Neolithic Europe?

 

22nd March

Prof. William Bowden

Roman

A town of the Iceni. New research at Caistor-by-Norwich

 

26th April

Dr. Christopher Loveluck

Medieval

Exploring the dynamics of maritime-oriented societies in northwest Europe, AD 600-1150: settlements, landscapes, networks and identities

 

3rd May

Dr. Anna Boozer

Egypt/Roman

Exploring Rome's Egyptian frontier