Friday, 9th October 2015 at 7pm
Brought to you by the Masters Degree Archaeology students of the University of Buckingham.
The University of Buckingham has introduced, as part of its London-based Programmes, a new research MA in Archaeology: Stonehenge a Landscape Through Time, led by Mr David Jacques (Director of the internationally significant excavations at Vespasian’s Camp & Blick Mead), which offers a unique opportunity to study the subject of archaeology and the celebrated site.
Seven students have recently completed their Research MA in Archaeology dissertations focusing on a variety of aspects of Stonehenge and Amesbury’s history from the Mesolithic up to the Roman period.
The students and Amesbury History Centre would like you to be some of the first people to hear their groundbreaking discoveries and new theories which have emerged from the research collected.
Cakes and refreshments will be available to purchase on the evening.We look forward to seeing you there