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News: August 2012

Enigmatic Eliseg reveals its secrets

An Open Afternoon between 2-5 on Saturday 8 September will give the public an opportunity to find more about the third season of excavations at the Pillar of Eliseg, a ninth-century AD stone monument which stands on a prehistoric mound near Valle Crucis Abbey Llangollen, in north-east Wales. Archaeologists from Bangor and Chester Universities are returning to carry out a third season of excavations at the site between 26 August -16 September 2012.

Publication date: 22 August 2012

Major AHRC Grant awarded to PRoMS – 'The Production and Reading of Music Sources, 1480-1530'

Music manuscripts and printed editions from the 'Golden Age' of polyphony are to come under close scrutiny in a three year research project.

Publication date: 13 August 2012

Head of School appears on BBC’s 'Dragon’s Eye'

On 28th June at 11:35pm, Professor Dermot Cahill, Head of Bangor Law School and Director of the Winning in Tendering project, appeared on BBC One’s Dragon’s Eye, the weekly Welsh politics programme.

Publication date: 1 August 2012