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Archaeology Research Seminars

2018 - 2019

Thursday, 15th Feb, Teras Room 3 - Carol White (Bangor University): Foragers and small flints: Investigating raw flint procurement and flint implement manufacturing processes through the Mesolithic Period of Anglesey.

Thursday, 22nd March, Teras Room 3 - Melanie Giles, Senior Lecturer in Archaeology, University of Manchester. Aspects of the Iron Age - title to be confirmed

2017 - 2018

30 November 2017 - 5.30pm - Teras Room 3, Main Arts Building

Bangor University’s training excavation at Meillionydd, Results, Summer 2017
Katharina Moeller, University of Bangor

2016 - 2017

Semester 2

2nd February 2017 - 5.30pm - Teras Room 3

'Hominin Homelands: A GIS study of the complexities of Southern Africa fossil landscapes'

Alexandra Allen (Evolutionary Morphology & Biomechanics Research Group, Liverpool University)

16th February 2017 - 5.30pm - Teras Room 3

"Modern Maritime Battlefield Archaeology: Case Studies from the Battle of Jutland and the U-boat Wars."

Dr Innes McCartney (Department of Archaeology, Anthropology and Forensic Science, Facilty of Science and Technology, Bournemouth University)

2nd March 2017 - 5.30pm - Teras Room 3

Gateways to Power: The Castles of Ranulf lll of Chester and Llywelyn the Great of Gwynedd

Rachel Swallow

Semester 1

13th October 2016 - 5.30pm - Cledwyn Room 3

Bangor University’s training excavation at Meillionydd: results, plans for the future, and how you can participate

Raimund Karl (Bangor University)

27th October 2016 - 5.30pm - Cledwyn Room 3

Iron Age and Roman Iron Age Burials in Scotland: (re) constructing an archaeological record.

Colin Wallace (Liverpool University)

17th November 2016 - 5.30pm - Cledwyn Room 3

Building Neolithic Tombs for the 21st Century

Tim Daw (Originated of the Long Barrow, All Cannings)