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CBA Wales Events

 

"Archaeology and the Sea"

and Spring Meeting

 

Saturday April 5th 2014

Morlan Centre, Queens Road, Aberystwyth

SY23 2HH

The Spring Business Meeting of CBA Wales/Cymru will be held at Y MORLAN CENTRE, QUEEN’S ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH, on the morning of Saturday 5th April 2014. The Symposium will take place in the afternoon. Non-members as well as members are welcome to attend.

Business meeting 11.00am - 12.30 pm

 

"Archaeology and the Sea"  

2.00 – c.4.30pm

Paul Huckfield – Outreach Officer GGAT
Revealed by the Storm; A review of discoveries on the south Wales coast during the winter of 2013-14

 

Mike Roberts – Research Officer Marine Geophysics and Geology, SEACAMS

20,000 Years Under the Sea: Undersea Angelsey

 

Stephen Briggs – Independent Researcher

A Flood of New Knowledge: Uncovering Ancient Landscapes Beneath Llanrhystud beach over Winter 2013-14

 

Martin Bates - Geoarchaeologist/Quaternary Scientist, University of Wales Trinity Saint David

Recent work on the foreshore in West Wales: evidence from Borth and Clarach


 

 

 

 

CBA Community Archaeology Training Placements Symposium and Spring Meeting

Saturday March 2nd  2013

Court Room 1, Wrexham Museum, Wrexham

 

 

The Spring Business Meeting of CBA Wales/Cymru will be held at  No 1 Court, Wrexham Museum, Wrexham , on the morning of Saturday 2nd  March 2013.

The Symposium will take place in the afternoon.

Non-members as well as members are welcome to attend.

 

11.00am - 12.30 pm Spring Business meeting

CBA Community Archaeology Training Placements Symposium (Morning session 12.30 - 1 pm)

It is intended that a discussion about the impact of the CBA Community Archaeology Training Placements hosted in Wales take place at the close of the business meeting before lunch.

CBA Wales Cymru would like to encourage bursary holders past and present, representatives of host organisations, representatives of groups who have benefitted and all interested parties to take part in the discussion.

CBA Community Archaeology Training Placements Symposium (Afternoon Session 2.00 – c.4.30pm)

(programme will be confirmed on the day)

There will be presentations by a number of bursary recipients exploring the impact of the placements, the nature of the projects that are suitable for community work, case studies and the legacy arising from the scheme.

 

 

 

 


Recent Work in Wales, AGM and Autumn Business Meeting

Royal Oak Hotel, Welshpool

Saturday 20th October 2012

The Cross, Welshpool, Powys, SY21 7DG

(non-members welcome)

11am - 12.30pm Autumn Business meeting

12.30 pm AGM

2pm– 4.30 pm Symposium – Recent Archaeological Work in Wales

Rowena Hart (GGAT) Excavations at the former Ynysfach Ironworks, Merthyr Tydfil

James Meek (DAT) Roch Castle, Pembrokeshire: the history, renovation and reuse of a 13th century castle

Tea

[after tea – two short talks]

Mike Ings (DAT) Medieval and Early Post-Medieval Holy Wells of South-West Wales

Evan Chapman (National Museum) Taking Stock of the Blocks: Investigating the armour found during the 2010 excavations at Caerleon

 


CADW invite

 


Spring Business Meeting

Saturday 10th March


Shire Hall, Agincourt Square, Monmouth, NP25 3DY
http://www.shirehallmonmouth.org.uk/?page_id=58
(non-members welcome)

11am - 12.30pm Spring Business meeting


2.00 - 4.45pm Talks

Stuart Wilson The Lost City of Trellech

Rodger Burchell Ancient Cwmbran: a community archaeology project in Torfaen

Tea

Stephen Clark Monmouth – The Long Dig



Recent Work in Wales, AGM and Autumn Business Meeting

Gateway Centre, Shrewsbury

Saturday 22nd October 2011

The Gateway Education and Arts Centre
Chester Street, Shrewsbury, SY1 1NB
Shropshire County Council Link

 

Business meeting 11.00am

Annual General Meeting 12.30pm

Lunch 1 pm

Symposium 2.00-4.30pm

Recent Work in Wales Symposium:


Dr Andrew Seaman (Cardiff University) Dinas Powys Revisited: A Post-Roman Power Centre in Context


Dr C.Stephen Briggs (Independent Researcher) What is a stone axe factory?

Tea

Dr Andrew Marvell (GGAT) Recent excavations on the Roman Fort at Neath


 

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