CONFERENCE-ON-THE-WEB PROGRAMME AND TIMETABLE
Saturday 4 April 2020, 1pm-5pm
1pm-onwards Signing on to the Conference website
– instructions will be circulated in the days before 4 April.
Peter Marsden, Chair Bucks Archaeological Society.
Progress in 2019, including Stoke Mandeville Old Church
Jay Carver, Lead Archaeologist for Fusion and HS2.
- There will be an opportunity for questions to each speaker at the end of his/her session.
1.50pm From hunter-gatherer to homesteader: archaeology in the Colne Valley
2.35pm Persistent places: The discovery of a monumental landscape at Wendover’s Wellwick Farm
3.20pm REFRESHMENTS BREAK:
A chance to visit your own kitchen!
3.35pm Romans and Saxons in Buckinghamshire: Great Missenden longhouses and Chetwode settlements in the first millennium
4.20pm Romano-British archaeology in N’hants and Warwickshire, including finds from the Battle of Edgcote 1469
5pm Final questions, and Conference ends
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