Going online - lectures and conferences
With the Covid-19 pandemic continuing and strict regulations about social gatherings, we have taken the decision to hold our autumn/winter lecture programme online over the coming weeks and months.
The first of these is one of the lectures postponed from earlier in the year - Devizes Castle – Norman Stronghold to Victorian Folly.
David Dawson will present this lecture on Wednesday 21 October, commencing at 7.30 pm, using Zoom. The lecture was SOLD OUT as our Lecture Room only seats 70, but we now can open up the lecture to more people online! In one of David's previous online lectures, he had people attending the same talk from Canada and Australia!
We are also organising dates for other postponed lectures and the archaeology conference, as well as arranging a brand new lecture programme. As dates are confirmed we will continue to be in touch with ticket holders and updating our website and social media.
ONLINE LECTURE: What Goes Around Comes Around: Wiltshire, from Stone Circles to Corn Circles – Tom Holland
Tom Holland, born in Wiltshire, will give a talk on both ancient and modern aspects of his native county for the Wiltshire Museum. Wiltshire, home…
Dr Susan Greaney, Senior Properties Historian, English Heritage Located just to the east of Dorchester in Dorset, the enormous and elaborate henge of Mount Pleasant…
By Nikolas Papadimitriou (Heidelberg University), with Akis Goumas (Visiting Artist, Harvard Center for Hellenic Studies) and research contributions by Eleni Konstantinidi-Syvridi (National Archaeological Museum, Athens)…