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Tuesday, 26 March 2013

Archaeology in the Uplands






A dayschool organised by the Royal Commission, Snowdonia National Park and the Gwynedd Archaeological Trust
Plas Tan y Bwlch, Friday 10th May 2013

09:45  Assemble for coffee
10.15  Welcome  - John Griffith Roberts (Archaeologist, Snowdonia National Park)
Introduction by Cynghorydd/Councillor Caerwyn Roberts OBE, Cadeirydd, Awdurdod Parc Cenedlaethol Eryri/Chairman, Snowdonia Park Authority
10.30  Opening address: Kings, lords, commons and commoners - David Gwyn (Govannon Consultancy)
11.00 RECENT WORK ON THE UPLANDS ARCHAEOLOGY OF WALES
Introduction to the Uplands Archaeology Initiative - Henry Owen-John (Vice-chair, RCAHMW)
Chair: Henry Owen John
11.10     Recent surveys in Merionethshire - Richard Hayman (Hayman & Horton)
11.30    The east Glamorgan uplands - Paul Sambrook (Trysor)
11.50    The south-west Cambrian Mountains - Jenny Hall (Trysor)
12.10    The Cwm Prysor uplands - Tudur Davies (ArcHeritage)
12.30     Lunch and discussion with speakers
13:30  ARCHAEOLOGY IN THE UPLANDS
Chair: John Griffith Roberts
13.30    Roman Roads in Snowdonia - David Hopewell (GAT)
13.55    Surveying and Presenting the Slate Industry - Louise Barker (RCAHMW)
14:20    Recent work at Dinas Emrys - Kathy Laws (National Trust)
14:45    Tea/coffee
15:15    Past human-environment interractions in Snowdonia: a story from the palaeo-environmental record - Tim Mighall (Aberdeen University)
15:45    The Bronaber Ranges - Bob Johnston (Sheffield University)
16:15    Lives in the landscape: the complex archaeology of the Gwynedd hills from above - Toby Driver (RCAHMW).
16:45 close of dayschool

To register please contact David Leighton on 01970-621204 or david.leighton@rcahmw.gov.uk. The cost of the dayschool is £10.00 which includes lunch if ordered in advance,  payable by credit card on registration.

Please note: the dayschool will be conducted bilingually with simultaneous translation facilities provided.

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