Medieval Spices

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  • 22nd June 2021
    19:30 - 21:00

[this is a virtual event presented via Zoom] Presented by:  Eve Bacon Bio: Eve lectures frequently to groups, at least before Covid, on a range of historical rather than archaeological subjects. Eve runs a historical interpretation business with her husband. Summary: The ‘Medieval Spices’ lecture reviews the range of spices available in England during the High (more…)




The Geophysical survey of Borough Hill Hillfort, Daventry

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  • 25th May 2021
    19:30 - 21:00

[this is a virtual event presented via Zoom] Presented by: Chris Chinnock Bio: Chris Chinnock is a Senior Archaeological Project Manager with MOLA, Northampton and the specialist analysing the skeletons and bones from the Whitehall Farm Post Roman and Early Anglo Saxon Cemeteries. Summary: The lecture will outline and discuss the findings of a collaborative (more…)




You are what you eat: isotopic evidence from Whitehall Farm and Early Medieval England

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  • 27th April 2021
    19:30 - 21:00

[this is a virtual event presented via Zoom] Presented by: Dr. Samantha Leggert. Bio:  Sam is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Cambridge and her interests lie in bioarchaeology and the history and archaeology of the Early Middle Ages. She completed her PhD at the University of Cambridge in 2020, which focused on diet (more…)




Stories in Stones: the MEDICUS stories and the archaeological record.

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  • 11th May 2021
    19:30 - 21:00

[this is a virtual event presented via Zoom] Presented by: Ruth Downie Bio: Ruth writes a series of murder mysteries set mainly in Roman Britain during the early years of Hadrian’s reign. They’ve been published in many countries and the first one had a brief flirtation with the New York Times bestsellers list. Writing the (more…)




Bannaventa: Geophysical survey and the Roman road network

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  • 13th April 2021
    19:30 - 21:00

[this is a virtual event presented via Zoom] Presented by: Stephen Young, Archaeological Director, CLASP. Bio: Stephen Young is a retired Senior Lecturer of archaeology from the University of Northampton. He directed the excavations locally for the Whitehall Farm villa research project. He has been active in archaeology since the mid seventies, notably in the (more…)




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