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LiDAR – what is it?

LiDAR stands for “Light Detection and Ranging” and it has become an important tool in the field of archaeology. LiDAR UK has this to say about the  process: LiDAR  data is very accurate, high resolution 3D data. Captured using special … Continue reading

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Palaeolithic and Mesolithic upcoming conference

Venue: British Museum Date: 20th – 22nd October 2016 The programme can be found by clicking here. Presentations include one by our SWAG member Frank Beresford. His topic is titled : A Re-appraisal of de Barri Crawshay and his late nineteenth century … Continue reading

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Archaeology research seminars: Canterbury Christ Church University

Date and venue Wednesdays 17:30-18:30, Room Ng07. Contact Dr Emilie Sibbesson, Canterbury Christ Church University, Tel: 012276 7700 ext.1670 Programme 9 November: ‘The Art and Soul of Bronze Age Metalworking’ with Sophia Adams (University of Bristol) 30 November: ‘LiDAR, Landscapes and Community Archaeology’ … Continue reading

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Bigbury and Blean talk

Bigbury And the South Blean Earthworks: in context with recent research  Talk by C. Sparey-Green Date: SEPT . 28th, 7.30pm Venue: Lenham Hall (Groom Way) Held by: LENHAM HERITAGE GROUP Cost: £2 – Non members most welcome

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Villas in the Roman Landscape day conference

Villas in the Roman Landscape: Saturday 26th November 2016 A Day Conference organised by the Kent Archaeological Society Venue: Rutherford College, Lecture Theatre 1 and 2, University of Kent at Canterbury CT2 7NX Tickets: £25 (£20 KAS members) Timetable: 10.00 – … Continue reading

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