Friday, February 28, 2014

EMAS FIELD TRIP TO CAMBRIDGE

As part of our twenty-fifth anniversary celebrations, field trips have been arranged to the university cities of Oxford and Cambridge.  On 22nd March we will be visiting King’s College Chapel, St Bene’t’s Church, the Round Church and given time and opportunity the cloister and chapel at Jesus College in Cambridge.

Nigel Swift, who many of you know for his vast knowledge of stained glass will be our guide at King’s College and Jesus College.

Click here for further details and an application form...

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

EMAS Study Tour to Île-de-France

Château-ferme d'Olhain

EMAS Study Tour to Île-de-France
 
14 to 21 June 2014


The EMAS 2014 spring Study Tour is to the Île de France and Picardy regions. This is an area with many interesting archaeological sites, particularly from the medieval period.
We will be based in Amiens - a very interesting town with a truly wonderful cathedral - which is the perfect centre from which to explore the region.

Our itinerary will include some of the most impressive later medieval architecture, with cathedrals such as Beauvais, Laon and Senlis. In addition, we will visit two of the most important early medieval sites in the area - the Carolingian Bas Œuvre at Beauvais and the Merovingian crypt at Jouarre , which is one of the oldest religious structures in France.
We will also visit the site of the battle of Crécy, viewing the site from the place where Edward III directed the battle; the important Roman site of Bagacum at Bavay, and some impressive castles.

The cost will be £785 per person for people sharing a twin room and £895 for a single room.

A full itinerary can be found here...




Monday, February 3, 2014

Archaeological Day and Weekend Schools


There are a number of exciting Archaeological  Day and Weekend Schools coming up in the next few months.

You can find a list of them here...

Sunday, February 2, 2014

Training Digs for 2014



Now is the time to start thinking about training digs for the summer.

If you are planning to go on a training dig, take a look at our list here...

If you would like to submit details of a training dig (or any other archaeological event), please use the contact form here...

Summer Courses in Archaeology


The Oxford Experience Summer School


Courses in Archaeology


The Oxford Experience Summer School is held at Christ Church, Oxford

The Oxford Experience Summer School offers a number of one-week courses in archaeology as part of its programme.

Participants live in Christ Church - the largest of the Oxford Colleges - and take their meals in the Great Hall, which is the hall that inspired the Hogwarts Hall in the Harry Potter films.

Courses are limited to a maximum of twelve participants and tend to fill up rather quickly, so early application is advised.


Youcan find out more about the Oxford Experience here...