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Book launch of Military Chaplaincy in Contention announced
Venue: St Michael’s College, Llandaff
Date & time: Monday 17 June, 5pm
Cardiff University Conservation student Sara Brown is announced today as a winner of the prestigious Zibby Garnett Travelling Fellowships [ZGTF] awards.
Cardiff's part in the post-excavation study at Eriswell Anglo-Saxon cemetery (RAF Lakenheath) features in the final programme of a new BBC 4 series 'Stories from the Dark Earth: Meet the Ancestors Revisited' this month [Wednesday 22 May, 8pm].
Opportunity to gain experience of archival research at postgraduate level this summer.
We are looking for an undergraduate student to work on the following project during either August or September 2013. This Cardiff University Research Opportunities Programme [CUROP] project will give the student experience of archival research at postgraduate level.
The community of Merthyr Tydfil is premiering a new opera Ynys Gwydr: The Island of Glass, telling a little-known story from its early medieval history this weekend.
Cardiff archaeologists help public recreate earliest art at Festival of Neuroscience
Cardiff University archaeologists are leading a creative drop-in activity at a national festival that will engage families and children in the earliest art known to mankind.
A Cardiff historian has helped to shape a new Story of Wales-inspired educational resource for young people in Wales and beyond just launched online.
Young people from North Ely Youth Centre have created a striking new mural to signpost a new heritage trail that will soon be developed around the Caerau Iron Age hillfort.
Have you ever wondered how Archaeologists use Science to investigate the past?
To quiz the experts come to Archaeological Science ‘Question Time’
Reardon Smith Lecture Theatre, Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales.
Thursday evening April 11th 2013, at 7pm [FREE]
A team of twelve Cardiff archaeology students are now undertaking a geophysical survey at the Roman town of Caerwent in South East Wales [project: 6th-13th April 2013].
The people of Laugharne, Carmarthenshire, discovered what the Romans did for them on a recent visit to Cardiff University's conservation department.
An Archaeology finalist is one of 25 lucky young people to take part in the 2013 Women of the World (WOW) Festival in London on Saturday 9th March in a partnership between Cardiff University and the Southbank Centre.
Heritage projects invest in community and help raise aspirations
Two new projects based around one of Cardiff’s most important, but little-known, archaeological sites, Caerau Iron Age hillfort, will engage local people and school children in their history and help challenge marginalisation.
Half-term activities at Cardiff Story inspired by hidden local history
Half Term Activities: Monday 11th Feb to Friday 15th Feb [11.30am-1pm]
Plus CAER Heritage Project Exhibition: 7 Feb – 6 March, Cardiff Story
NATURE came to the Experimental Archaeology Conference at Cardiff [11/12 January 2013] and made a podcast about the conference, its evolving subject and Cardiff's Guerrilla Archaeology .... have a listen!
A research and training project that has revealed remarkable new evidence for the Roman legionary fortress of Isca at Caerleon has been nominated for a prestigious national award.
Theatr Soar, Merthyr Tydfil - Saturday 16th February 2013 at 11.00 am