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Department of Archaeology

 

 

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Sam Leggett
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Events In This Series For This Academic Year

Session Name Date Event speaker
Early Medieval Transitions: An isotopic perspective on change and social complexity Monday, 12 October, 2020 - 13:15 to 14:00 Sam Leggett, University of Cambridge
Feeding Anglo-Saxon England: The bioarchaeology of an 'agricultural revolution’ Monday, 26 October, 2020 - 13:15 to 14:00 Professor Helena Hamerow, University of Oxford
Weighty Matters: Bullion economies in Scandinavian Scotland Monday, 16 November, 2020 - 13:15 to 14:00 Dr Tom Horne, University of Glasgow
Life in Medieval Cambridge: evidence from isotopic analysis Monday, 30 November, 2020 - 13:15 to 14:00 Alice Rose, University of Cambridge
Fragments of the sacred: the Material Culture of the Early Medieval Church Monday, 1 February, 2021 - 13:15 to 14:00 Dr Adrián Maldonado, National Museum of Scotland
Settlement Dynamics and Processes of Change in Early Medieval Ireland: New Insights from Radiocarbon Chronologies Monday, 8 March, 2021 - 13:15 to 14:00 Emma Hannah, Queen's University Belfast
Ceramics and the City: Industry, society and space in Fustat, Egypt Monday, 15 March, 2021 - 13:15 to 14:00 Associate Professor Alison Gascoigne, University of Southampton
Isotopic approaches of diet during early medieval times: Examples from Mediterranean France Monday, 10 May, 2021 - 13:15 to 14:00 Dr Leïa Mion, CNRS, Aix Marseille Université
CANCELLED Monday, 24 May, 2021 - 13:15 to 14:00 Dr Sophie Moore, Newcastle University
From ‘robbed in antiquity’ to archaeothanatological recognition and recording of secondary interventions in inhumation burials. Cases from early medieval Europe. Monday, 7 June, 2021 - 13:15 to 14:00 Dr Alison Klevnäs & Dr Astrid Noterman, Stockholm University
Oil, Sugar and Failed Revolution in the City of the Sun God: Empowering Heritage and Community in Si Thep Thailand Monday, 14 June, 2021 - 13:15 to 14:00 Michael Leadbetter, University of Oxford