CBA free networking and training sessions

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

Bog Bodies: Face to Face with the Past

Dr Giles’ lecture for the Society, delayed this year due to COVID restrictions will be delivered as a ‘virtual’ event on 6th January 2021
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Zoom talk by Dr Simon Elliott

Guildhall Library is inviting CAS Members to a scheduled Zoom talk 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

History and Archaeology Research Seminars 2020-2021

Click here to download information about the University of Chester History and Archaeology Seminars 2020-2021

CBA Newsletter – Autumn 2020

Click here to download the recent CBA Newsletter

Unlocking our sound heritage

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

Current Archaeology – Tales of the unexpected

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

Current Archaeology article on excavations at Poulton

Dr Kevin Cootes, CAS Fieldwork Co-ordinator, and team for the Poulton Research Trust, outline progress on the later prehistory and early Roman period on the site at Poulton in the latest Current Archaeology issue 366, out now!
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Members will recall the Poulton archaeology 2017 Summer Exhibition in the Grosvenor Museum, complimented by a report on the significance of the pre-history finds to-date published in JCAS, vol 86, later that same year. This eight page article in Current Archaeology available now, is also complimented by a more detailed technical report being edited and in the pipeline for JCAS vol 91.

Get ready for the digital Festival of Archaeology

The 2020 CBA Festival of Archaeology will be taking place in two parts, a digital event 11-19 July and on the ground events 24 October – 1 November.
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Dee House, The Future – Findings and Recommendations Report

The final version of the Dee House, The Future – Findings and Recommendations Report has now been published.
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