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Dearne Valley Archaeology Day 16th February
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Following two successful years, we are pleased to announce the return of Dearne Valley Archaeology Day!! Next year's event will take place on Saturday 16th February. As always we will be bringing together a diverse and informative selection of experiences and knowledge from the academic, commercial and community sectors of the archaeological world.

Following the confirmation of all of our speakers an updated version of the Dearne Valley Archaeology Day 2013 poster has been released:

We have now confirmed all of the speakers for Dearne Valley Archaeology Day 2013. 16th February

http://dvasarchaeologyday2013.blogspot.co.uk/

The speakers are:

Dr Helen Fenwick - Surveying the landscape of Amarna or Ten Years Walking in the Desert

Dr Malcolm Lilllie -Prehistoric surgery, pathology and violence - Central and Eastern European hunter-gatherers and farmers

David Connolly - The Archaeology of Magic and Witchcraft in Britain

Colin Merrony - To Be Confirmed

Alex Sotheran - Tanks for the Memories

Victoria Beauchamp - Digability in the Dearne and beyond

Thomas Booth - Where’s my mummy? Identifying the practice of mummification in the British Bronze Age

Dr Kevin Kuykendall - To Be Confirmed

Dr Catriona McKenzie - Health and Disease in Gaelic Ireland - The evidence from Ballyhanna

Giovanna Fregni - If I had a Hammer: Evidence of Early Metalworking in South Yorkshire

Dr. Roger Doonan and Jonathan Britton - If you go down to the woods today: Investigating the evidence for Historic Iron Smelting in the Dearne Valley

Jennifer Crangle and Linzi Harvey - The Rothwell Chapel Charnel Project: A New Analysis of a Medieval Crypt and Ossuary

Tickets prices are set at £6.50 or £3.50 for concessions

A buffet lunch will also be available for £6.50 per person

If you would like more information or to book tickets, please contact Stella Matthews or Christine Rawson on: s.matthews@elmetarchaeology.co.uk or c.rawson@elmetarchaeology.co.uk
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Bugger, I'll be out of the country for this one. Sad
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#3
Good News /Bad News.

Next time! Smile
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#4
Will there be cake?
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#5
That depends . . . are you bringing any?
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#6
I do believe there will be a small cupcake to share.

Now... what was I talking about again?
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