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Respond to: Neolithic Studies Group Autumn Meeting, 7th November 2011
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from Los Angeles, California
| New Message Posted!2011-12-10 08:56  |
Too bad, I just signed up today. The event sounds pretty interesting, I wish I'll have a chance to attend the same event next year.
from Surrey, UK
| New Message Posted!2011-11-05 19:30  |
I was hoping to go but am otherwise engaged unfortunately.
| New Message Posted!2011-11-05 14:24  |
If anyone else going to this, see you there
from Surrey, UK
| New Message Posted!2011-09-29 21:19  |
Neolithic Studies Group Autumn Meeting 2011
Britain at 3000 BC
Organizers: Timothy Darvill, Josh Pollard, and Kenny Brophy
10.30am-4.55pm Monday 7th November 2011
The Stevenson Lecture Theatre (lowest level of the Great Court), the British Museum, London
10:00 Coffee (available for purchase at outlets in the Great Court)
10:40 Two Neolithics Revisited Alasdair Whittle
11:00 The shape and narrative structure of the Neolithic John Barrett
11:20 The trajectory of change: Scotland before and after 3000BC
Kenneth Brophy and Rebecca Younger
11:40 Seeds of change: archaeology and environment in Middle Neolithic Ireland
12.00 A tale of two tombs on a (radiocarbon) plateau: AMS dating of human remains from Knowth and Quanterness Rick Schulting
13:00 Lunch (please make your own arrangements)
14:00 Anything ‘odd’ happen between 3300 BC and 2800 BC? Oh dear yes
14:20 Old Lines and New Circles: Recent Research at Priddy, Somerset
Jodie Lewis and David Mullin
14:40 Visiting old friends: Peterborough presence at extant monuments in southern
Britain Timothy Darvill
15:00 Tea & informal discussion (served in foyer)
15:30 Middle Neolithic pilgrimage - agency or anachronisim? Roy Loveday
15:50 Significant individuals - Middle Neolithic burials from the Thames Valley
16:10 Dealings with the dead in later 4th millennium BC Britain Josh Pollard
To book a place on November 7th please complete and return by 31st October (enclosing a cheque for £10 made payable to the Neolithic Studies Group) to Tim Darvill, School of
Conservation Sciences, Bournemouth University, Fern Barrow, Poole, Dorset, BH12 5BB
NB Please organise your own refreshments on arrival and lunchtime: we only provide afternoon tea!