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Programme of Events of Other Societies etc.

Members leaving King John's Castle, Odiham on 11 July 2015.

We are happy to advertise events of other societies and groups where we have information. Availability of places at any event will need to be confirmed with the organisation in question.

2020

CBA Festival of Archaeology in Winchester

 

Winchester beneath our feet:

24th October - 1st November 2020
With so much archaeology beneath our feet in Winchester, many of the organisations involved in its research, conservation and promotion couldn’t miss the opportunity to get behind the nation’s biggest archaeological festival again this year despite all the current constraints.

Hyde900
Full itinerary available at www.hyde900.org.uk. Advance booking is necessary for all the Hyde900 live events so that social distancing and other precautions can be followed. All events must be pre-booked at www.hyde900.org.uk.

Winchester Excavations Committee
Professor Martin Biddle’s lecture is on the Hampshire Field Club YouTube channel. Further information about the work of the Committee and Winchester Studies at http://winchesterstudies.org.uk.

Hampshire Cultural Trust
Go to Culture on Call to read the Festival of Archaeology 2020 articles.

Council for British Archaeology
Full details of Festival of Archaeology 2020 events in Winchester and beyond are on the Council for British Archaeology Festival website.

Contact: Jo Bailey, President, Hampshire Field Club & Archaeological Society president.hampshirefieldclub@gmail.com  
University of Bournemouth

27 October 2020 (Bournemouth). The Fourth Annual Pitt Rivers Lecture entitled “The origins of our species” will be given by the internationally renowned anthropologist Professor Chris Stringer (Natural History Museum,UK). It is a free public lecture at 7:00pm via Zoom; book your place using the link to Eventbrite below.

Over the past decade, new finds in the archaeological and fossil record and the advent of ancient genomes have changed our view of modern human origins. This lecture will look at the changing and challenging picture that is now emerging, reviewing evidence from each of these three areas, and the way they are impacting reconstructions of our own evolutionary history.

Book your free place via the Eventbrite website.

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