Harold St George Gray: A day symposium on his life and legacy

7 October, 2017 - 10:00
St Andrew's Hall, Rowbarton, Taunton
Harold StGeorge Gray SANHS

 

JUST A FEW DAYS LEFT TO MAKE SURE OF A PLACE ON THIS FASCINATING DAY, A GOOD LUNCH AND A SLICE OF CAKE!

 

 

HAROLD ST GEORGE GRAY:  THE MAN AND HIS LEGACY

It is a century since Harold St George Gray, with Arthur Bulleid, published the description of the excavations at the Glastonbury lake village that had occupied them since 1892. Who was Gray and what was his legacy especially, but not exclusively, in Somerset?

A day of talks, discussion, food and cake to celebrate Gray's contribution to archaeology in the south-west

St Andrew’s Church Hall, TAUNTON, Saturday 7 October  10—4

 

PROGRAMME

Coffee and register

Alison Hoare Introduction to Gray his early life and career  

Richard Brunning Glastonbury Lake Village – new insights and past reflections

Chris Webster Gray and Taunton Castle

 

LUNCH buffet

Marcus Brittain  Ham Hill hillfort: Gray's fieldwork in light of current research

Ann Preston Jones and Andy Jones Stripping the Stripples: Excavation and conservation at the Stripple Stones, Cornwall

 

Discussion over tea and cake

 

St Andrew’s Church Hall, Rowbarton, TAUNTON TA2 7BW

Parking at Kilkenny car park north of the railway station

 

ALL WELCOME  TICKETS £10 including coffee, buffet lunch and tea

 

Booking essential: email vch@swheritage.org.uk or tel. 01823 347456 [voicemail]

 

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