Going Potty: An Introduction to Pottery in Archaeology in Surrey (17 March-Woking)
Surrey History Centre
Saturday 17th March 2012, 10am–4pm
Cost: £10 , with CBA members receiving a 10% discount.
This informal study day for adults will provide an introduction to the study of pottery in archaeology. The day will consider the importance of pottery in archaeology as well as how it is processed and recorded, and will focus on the many different types and styles of pottery found in Surrey.
You will get the chance to view and handle pottery from the Prehistoric, Roman, Saxon, medieval and post-medieval periods.
This event will be led by Phil Jones, Senior Archaeologist for the Surrey County Archaeological Unit, and will be held at the Surrey History Centre, 130 Goldsworth Road, Woking GU21 6ND.
Limited free parking is available on site and there is wheelchair access. Please note that tea and coffee will be available but that lunch will not be provided.
Tickets cost £10 (£9 for CBA members) and are limited so book early to avoid disappointment.
Book your place online here!
If you are a CBA member claiming discounted price, please include your membership number (which can be found on your British Archaeology mailing sheet).
For more information please contact Laura Joyner, Assistant Community Archaeologist, Surrey County Archaeological Unit on 01483 518241 or by email at email@example.com.
This training event is brought to you by the Council for British Archaeology and Surrey County Archaeological Unit and has been funded by English Heritage, with support from the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund.
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