25th May 2023
18:30 - 19:30
The lecture will interpret the archaeological evidence observed in the geophysical, fieldwalking and metal detecting surveys of the area to the south of the walled small town and posting station. It will not only focus on the layout, character and chronology of this area of the settlement but also assess the spatial relationship between archaeological features and artifact assemblages’ retrieved from non intrusive approaches as well as assess the effectiveness of the new and highly accurate GPS systems acquired by CLASP and the extent to which this will revolutionise future fieldwalking methodology.
Presented by: Stephen Young
The lectures are free, however we would welcome a donation of £5, or any amount to help support CLASP which is a registered charity and relies on volunteers and donations. The bank details are:
Account name: Comm Lndscpe Archlgy Srvy Proj RC3111667
Sort Code: 08-92-99
Account number: 65133161
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Looking forward to seeing you 25th May 2023.
Venue: CLASP Zoom conference hall.
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