Our CBA North alphabet of archaeology continues: G to J

CBA North News
A short email today for CBA North’s Members – behind the scenes we are working on a summary of our work for you and of our own recent events in Summarising and Sustaining Conference, as the well as our AGM. You will see various changes taking place on the website and to these emails in time.

Nonetheless normal business continues as General work and we’ve notice of two events this week below – one of which is tonight. Nonetheless our alphabet of CBA North archaeology continues and today covers from G to J.

Best wishes,

CBA North Committee, 30.05.2017

The Teesside Archaeological Society lecture tonight
The next lecture of our group member the Teesside Archaeological Society is tonight on the Durham University Stockton Campus in D004 – please note the change in venue this time round. Whilst talking in the south-east of our region Dr David Petts will describing about his recent work in the north-east of our region; his subject Lindisfarne and the Holy Island Archaeology Project. This lecture begins at 7.30 pm.

Details on the group can be found through the Local Societies and Groups page of our website. This gives us an H and I for our CBA North alphabet.

Also this week – The Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle upon Tyne lecture
Tomorrow night also sees a lecture as well. The Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle have a lecture by Andrew Breeze on the Battle of Brunanburh and Cambridge CCC, MS 183. This lecture will be at 6pm at the Mining Institute in Newcastle. Once again details can be found on our website.

Looking ahead to June
Here is a list of June’s events that we know of so far;

5 June – Needles Eye, Jenny Proctor [BAS]
7 June – Durham and Dunbar: identifying Scottish soldiers at Palace Green, Richard Annis [TILLVAS]
27 June – Pons Aelius to Pandon, Jennifer Morrison [TAS]

28 June – Romano-British glass bangles: a reappraisal, Tatiana Ivleva [SOCANTS]

Please let us know if you are organising any other events that you would like CBA North to promote. Details for each of these societies, such as their meeting places and times, can be found in the Local Societies and Groups of our website.

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