Chester Antiquary 2020 Issue 2 (Autumn/Winter)
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About Hugh Bray
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But we are proud to say that Hugh Bray contributed 151 entries already.
Entries by Hugh Bray
We are pleased to announce that the winner of the Chester Archaeology Society Dissertation prize for 2019 is Rowena Young. Rowena’s winning dissertation at the University of Chester entitled: Practices of Wetland Deposition in the Vale of Pickering with Reference to New Material from No Name Hill Click here for more details
These network and training sessions take place on weekday lunchtimes Members attention is drawn to the event of Monday 30 November “A beginners Guide to Zoom” Click here for further details and booking information
Chester Antiquary 2020 Issue 1 (Autumn/Winter)
Dr Giles’ lecture for the Society, delayed this year due to COVID restrictions will be delivered as a ‘virtual’ event on 6th January 2021 Click here for more details
Guildhall Library is inviting CAS Members to a scheduled Zoom talk on November 12 by Dr Simon Elliott. Topic: Pertinax: The Son of a Slave Who Became Rome Emperor To access the invitation go to the Chester Archaeological Society Lecture and Event Information in the Members’ Area
Click here to download information about the University of Chester History and Archaeology Seminars 2020-2021
Click here to download the recent CBA Newsletter
The lives recalled on 200 CAS oral history cassettes form an intimate picture of Chester over the last century. They will form part of the British Library project “Unlocking our sound heritage”. Click here to find out more about this project
This article, concerning an Iron Age settlement at Poulton, has been published in the September 2020 edition of Current Archaeology and can be download by CAS members in the Members’ Area of this web site