The Archaeology of Skomer and Skokholm
Event Date: 19 February 2012, 15:30
Location: Five Valleys Conference Centre, Nailworth, Gloucestershire.
Type of Event: Lecture
Special Guest: Dr Oliver Davies
On Sunday, 19 February, 3.30pm Dr Oliver Davies, a Royal Commission archaeologist, will be giving a lecture to the Skomer and Stockholm Friends Re-union at the Five Valleys Conference Centre, Nailworth. Gloucestershire. The title of the talk is The Archaeology of Skomer and Skokholm and will be based upon the Royal Commission’s recent high-tech survey of the island and its ground-breaking results.
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