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This lecture by Tony Barton, Donald Insall Associates, will be held on 5th February at 7:30pm at the Grosvenor Museum Click here for further information
Entitled “The Public Archaeology of Treasure”, this 5th University of Chester Archaeology Student Conference will be held on Friday 31st January and Saturday 1st February at the Grosvenor Museum. Free and Open to all. Click here to download the Conference Timetable
A vision for the future of Chester’s Dee House will be presented to residents at a series of public drop in sessions next month. The Dee House and Amphitheatre Working Group is inviting the public to the events on 6 February, 6-8pm, at Storyhouse, in Chester, and 12 February, 1-5pm, at the Palatine Room in […]
The eleventh Hadrian’s Wall Archaeology Forum will be held in Hexham on Saturday 29th February Click here for further details
This lecture by Professor Julian Thomas, University of Manchester, will be held on 11th January at 2:30pm at the Grosvenor Museum Click here for further information
Chester Antiquary 2019 Issue 1 (Autumn/Winter)
This course will begin on 6th February and meet for 10 weeks every Thursday afternoon. It would be ideal for anyone interested in seriously developing this useful and vital skill, and will give you the opportunity to practice with objects from the University’s collection of ancient artefacts. Click here for further details
CAS members can now download a digital version of Journal vol 89 for 2019 from the Members’ Area of our website. If you do not have a password to access this page, please e-mail email@example.com
This lecture by Dr John Schofield (formerly Museum of London) will be held on 7th December at 2:30pm at the Grosvenor Museum. This presentation will summarise the main findings for the period 1100–1666 from four excavations of 1974–84. Click here for further details