Sunday, July 8, 2018

Photos from the EMAS Field Trip to the White Horse, etc.


You can find a few photos of the recent EMAS Field Trip to Seven Barrows, the White Horse, Uffington Castle and Liddington Castle online at:

archeurope.smugmug.com/EMAS-Field-Trip-8-July-2018/i-dn2XF5k

If you click on the white triangle on the right above the image, it will show the photos as a slideshow.


Thursday, March 1, 2018

The Future of London's Past

Unfortunately, Martin Biddle's lecture 'Central Considerations: Winchester, the birth of Urban Archaeology, and The Future of London’s Past’ due to be held at the Museum of London on Friday, 2 March has had to be cancelled owing to transport problems due to the severe weather.

Monday, February 26, 2018

The Future of London’s Past

Central Considerations: Winchester,
the birth of Urban Archaeology, and
The Future of London’s Past’





A Lecture by


Martin Biddle
The First President of EMAS



Friday, 2nd March 2018


7.00pm



Activity Space 1, Clore Learning Centre
Museum of London, London Wall
EC2Y 5HN


FREE TO EMAS AND LAMAS MEMBERS                                                             
£3:00 NON-MEMBERS

Monday, February 5, 2018

EMAS MORNING TOUR AROUND TOWER BRIDGE

EMAS MORNING TOUR AROUND TOWER BRIDGE

Thursday, 22nd February 2018

A tour of Tower bridge has been arranged in order to bring more industrial archaeology into the EMAS programme of visits.

If you are interested, please contact EMAS now, as paymust has to be made in advance

Further details...

Tuesday, December 19, 2017


EMAS Spring Study Tour: Isle of Man

4 to 11 April 2018

Despite its small size, the Isle of Man has a wealth of archaeology. The sites cover all periods from prehistory to industrial archaeology and are often set in beautiful scenery. In addition to its wide range of field monuments, the Isle of Man has a huge collection of Viking Age sculptures, several of which show scenes from Norse mythology.

We will leave London on Wednesday, 4 April and stay overnight in Preston. On the way to Preston, we will visit the church at Breedon on the Hill which houses important Anglo-Saxon sculptures and Repton church with its Anglo-Saxon crypt. The following day, after visiting the Early Christian site of St Patrick’s Chapel, alongside its rock-cut graves, we will cross to Man.

We will stay in Douglas, which is the terminus for the island’s steam railway and the late nineteenth century Manx Electric Railway, both of which will feature in our itinerary.

The cost of this study tour is £972 per person in a single room and £857 per person sharing a twin room.

Please note, in order to be sure of booking hotel rooms, we must have confirmation by Monday, 22 January at the very latest.

You can find a detailed itinerary here... 

And further details here...

Monday, October 9, 2017

The Landscape of Anglo-Saxon England


The Landscape of Anglo-Saxon England

A Day School with David Beard MA, FSA, FSA Scot

Wednesday, 1 November 2017

Further details...



EMAS Field Trip to Godmersham, Kent

EMAS Field Trip to Godmersham, Kent
Godmersham – a Ninth-century Anglo-Saxon Estate
Saturday, 4 November 2017 

David Beard MA, FSA, FSA Scot

Further details...