Conflict and commemoration: the archaeology of the borderlands

//Conflict and commemoration: the archaeology of the borderlands

Conflict and commemoration: the archaeology of the borderlands

Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust Day School 28 October 2117

9:00 – 16:30 The Monty Club, 11 Broad St, Newtown SY16 2LU

This Day School will explore the unique landscape of the borderlands which have been shaped over thousands of years by conflict. Talks by experts who have spent many years researching the area. Topics will cover Iron Age Hill forts, Offa’s dyke, medieval castles and kingdoms as well as recent work associated with the Newtown Bypass. There will be an exhibition by local societies and a weaving demonstration. Tickets available at £12, bookings can be made direct to CPAT or by email to Alex.sperr@cpat.org.uk.

2017-11-16T22:43:55+00:00
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