Pots, Palaces Parks: Archaeology in the South East AD 1000–1700
2016 Annual Conference and AGM
Saturday 19th November
Sevenoaks School (Recital Room), Sevenoaks, Kent
Ticket prices: £16 for members and students / £20 for non-members. Payment can be made by cheque on by online BACS payment. Prices include refreshments and admittance to the finds displays (further details to follow).
Dr Amanda Richardson (Keynote speaker – University of Chichester): Leaps and bounds: deer parks and fallow deer in constructions of English national identity from the 16th to the early 18th century
Nathalie Cohen (National Trust): National Trust sites in Kent and Sussex: Archaeology at Winchelsea, Bodiam and Knole
Mike Brace (University of Winchester): Some of the story of St Mary Magdalen leprosy hospital, through the pottery
Richard Savage (Surrey Archaeological Society): Woking palace excavations
Andy Mayfield (Kent County Council): LiDAR, landscapes, and community archaeology at Randall Manor
Andy Margetts (Archaeology Southeast (UCL) and University of Exeter): ‘The Hayworth’, herds and husbandry
Anne Bone (South Downs National Park): Secrets of the High Woods: Recent discoveries on the South Downs
Organiser: Vicky Owen, email at email@example.com
To get a booking form and download the day schedule click here to go to the Council of British Archaeology South East website.