Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Quentovic: The discovery of an early Medieval trading site


DAVID HILL MEMORIAL LECTURE

Quentovic:  The discovery of an early
Medieval trading site

A Lecture by

Margaret Hill
Independent Archaeologist 

Friday, 15th March 2013 at 7.00pm

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

FREE TO EMAS MEMBERS  NON-MEMBERS £3.00

Bishop Odo and the Bayeux Tapestry


Bishop Odo and the Bayeux Tapestry

A Lecture by

DR TREVOR ROWLEY

Friday, 15th  February 2013 at 7.00pm


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

FREE TO EMAS MEMBERS  NON-MEMBERS £3.00

Monday, January 28, 2013

EMAS Easter Study Tour to Yorkshire



EMAS Easter Study Tour to Yorkshire
28 March to 3 April 2013


Details of the EMAS Easter Study Tour to Yorkshire are now online here...

Please note that in order to be guaranteed a place on this study tour you must apply by 20 February at the latest.


You can download an application form here... 


Thursday, January 17, 2013

BOROUGH THAMESLINK: ONGOING FIELDWORK AND POST-EXCAVATION ANALYSIS

E M A S
The University of London Extra-Mural Archaeological Society



BOROUGH THAMESLINK:
 ONGOING FIELDWORK AND
POST-EXCAVATION ANALYSIS

a Lecture by

AMELIA FAIRMAN
Site Director at Pre-Construct Archaeology

Friday, 25th January 2013

7.00pm
 
Activity Space 1, Clore Learning Centre
Museum of London, London Wall
EC2Y 5HN

FREE TO EMAS MEMBERS        NON-MEMBERS £3.00


Emas Field Trip to Pitstone, etc.


Emas Field Trip to Pitstone, Ivinghoe, Cheddington

 and Wingrave Churches in Buckinghamshire and on its borders


Saturday,           9th Feburary 2013

 
The churches to be visited on our first field trip of 2013 with Rosemary Yeaxlee continue the winter trips to churches in Buckinghamshire.


The small church of St Mary’s at Pitstone is basically a 13th century church, located where the medieval village used to be.  Like other churches in the area to be visited it has 13th century octagonal columns with stiff-leaf capitals, but this church also has a late 12th century Aylesbury font with fluting on the stem and bowl – one of the Aylesbury fonts we have not seen!  

Click here for further details...