Sorry, I didn't realise what the date was. That is the one Saturday in
May I can't come as I have a conflicting meeting.
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Sent: 18 March 2008 15:19
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Subject: Archaeobotany workshop at Worcester in May
As decided at the Archaeobotany Workshop meeting in London in November,
myself and Alan Clapham will host the next meeting at Worcestershire
Historic Environment and Archaeology Service in Worcester on Saturday
The meeting will follow the normal format of discussion and presentation
of work in the morning and microscope session in the afternoon.
So far the following have offered to give presentations on their recent
Gemma Martin - A Bronze Age site at Pode Hole Quarry, Cambridgeshire
Alan Clapham - Clifton Quarry, Worcestershire: the pits!
And if time permits - Nick Daffern on the pollen from a possible flax-
Discussion themes suggested so far are:
* Dealing with samples processed by external organisations, and
analysis techniques (Gemma)
* The use of 'Plantatt' phytosociology scheme in archaeobotany is
of use? (Alan Clapham)
* National Heritage Science Strategy (Allan Hall)
Could you let me know if there are any topics or results that you would
like to discuss?
As before, could we all bring food to share at lunchtime. Tea, coffee
biscuits will be provided. Please let us know if you would like to
and we look forward to seeing you in May.
Please respond to either Liz or Alan (see contacts below):
Worcestershire Historic Environment and Archaeology Service
University of Worcester
Worcester WR2 6AJ
Tel 01905 855495
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