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The Frank Jenkins Memorial Lecture

Professor Paul Bennett MBE The annual lecture by the Director of Canterbury Archaeological Trust and Visiting Professor of Archaeology in the Centre for Kent History and Heritage at CCCU in which Paul will provide a survey of the archaeological activities undertaken by CAT in the previous year.

Scadbury Manor: research and excavation

Scadbury Manor: research and excavation at a moated site in Southeast London LAMAS Lecture Janet Clayton, Orpington and District Archaeological Society This talk will look at the work of the Orpington and District Archaeological Society at Scadbury Manor. The Scadbury Park estate was in private ownership from around 1200 until 1983; ODAS have been researching the estate's history and archaeology from medieval moated manor to World War II defences.

EMAS Lecture: Ice Age London

Ice Age London a lecture by Dr Matt Pope, Principal Research Associate in Palaeolithic Archaeology and Quaternary Geoarchaeology at Institute of Archaeology, University College London Clore Learning Centre, Museum of London 7:30 pm

Archaeology In and Around Berkshire

The Berkshire Archaeological Society is putting on a multi-period programme at its annual conference on Saturday 28th March 2020. For further information contact: programme@berksarch.co.uk

Additional Kilns of the Roman Thameside Ceramic Zone

Additional Kilns of the Roman Thameside Ceramic Zone: Excavations at the land of the former Mardyke Estate, Rainham, London Borough of Havering. LAMAS Lecture Eniko Hudak, Pre-Construct Archaeology Ltd Excavations on the land of the former Mardyke Estate by Pre-Construct Archaeology Ltd in 2013 uncovered three Roman pottery kilns, which were producing local sand- and shell-tempered wares dated to the second quarter of the second century AD.