LINCOLNSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGY DAY 2006
Saturday 14 October, Conference Hall, University of Lincoln Riseholme campus (c.2 miles north of the city)
Aspects of Roman Culture: New Approaches, New Evidence
From 9:15 am: Hall open for bookstalls, etc
9:50: Mick Jones, Introduction to the day's programme
am Chair: Professor Andrew Poulter
10:00: Dr Andrew Gardner, Between Roman and Barbarian: the empire's military culture
Dr Hilary Cool, 'Send more beer'; eating and drinking patterns in Roman Britain
Dr Maureen Carroll: A matter of life and death: funerary commemoration in Roman Europe
Dr David Knight, Rural settlement patterns in the Trent Valley before and after the Roman conquest
Dr Steve Malone Pagani, urbani, cives: Villages and Towns in Roman Lincolnshire
Adam Daubney, Romans: the messiest bunch in history?
Dr Kevin Leahy, The survivors: Britons in Anglo-Saxon Lincolnshire
Close at 4.30pm
Cost £13, to include morning and afternoon tea/coffee, or £22 to include buffet lunch.
Application forms may be obtained from SLHA, Jews Court, Steep Hill, LINCOLN, LN2 1LS. (Tel 01522-521337).
Council for British Archaeology