ARCHAEOLOGY IN THE SEVERN ESTUARY

11 November, 2017 (All day)
University of the West of England
Severn estuary

A day conference hosted by A Forgotten Landscape and UWE on Severn Estuary and Levels Research.

 

The venue will be Frenchay Campus, UWE, Bristol, BS 16 1 QY

Programme

Kurt Adams, Portable Antiquities Scheme - 'Two roman hoards from Gloucestershire, the Thornbury coin hoard: treasure from a fish pond and the Dog hoard: treasure from a temple'

Ben Ford, Oxford Archaeology - 'Highlights from the archaeological excavations at Finzels Reach, Bristol'

Andy Tizzard, Border Archaeology – Banwell - 'A landscape rediscovered'

Vince Russett, YCCCART - '14 years at Hogwarts: YCCCART and the Northmarsh Venture'

Richard Brunning, South West Heritage Trust,– 'A wetland heritage - the Avalon Marshes Landscape Partnership project'

Liz Napier and Steve Carroll, A Forgotten Landscape – ‘Tales of the Vale- Community Centred Heritage and Landscape Research in the Severn Levels’

Anthony Lyons – 'Transgression (Rising Water)'

During refreshments there be displays of basket making, willows and osiers, the South Gloucestershire in WWI exhibition and The Living Levels – Gwent’s developing landscape partnership scheme.

 

Tickets are £16, students £12 including lunch

Obtainable from:

tinyurl.com/SELRC2017

0117 9656261

For further details and campus map see file

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