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“Glass, Faience and Pottery at Amarna”
Prof. Paul Nicholson, an Egyptologist from Cardiff University.
“The Dawn of Civilisation: The Prehistory of Anatolia”
Charles Baily, an OAS member, classicist, archaeologist.
“Strange Beastly Buildings: Animal Housing in Historic Parks and Gardens”
Dr Paul Stamper, a Visiting Fellow in English Local History, archaeologist, author, FSA.
“Admiral Isorocu Yamamoto- Architect of Allied Victory?”
Lt-Col Roger Laing continuing the story of the war in the Pacific, a retired Army officer, MOD.
“Medieval Wall painting in Buckinghamshire and Beyond”
Dr Miriam Gill, a lecturer at Leicester University and Cambridge ICE tutor.
“County of Spires and Squires”
Derek Blunt, Northamptonshire speaker, author and artist. Regular speaker.
“A Brief History of the World in 80 minutes (minus the Boring Bits)”
Dr Neil Faulkner, an archaeologist, Arts Society lecturer, author.
Michael Brown, feasting and music by a Historical Horticulturist.
Note – this talk will be held at the Carlton House Club, High Street, Olney, optionally followed by our Annual Lunch
“Away with the Fairies”
Kevin Varty, a tale of mystery and intrigue by a regular speaker.
“Costa Rica – its history and wildlife”
Ray Rowlson, a regular speaker.
“Buckinghamshire Gardens Trust Research and Recording Project”
Sarah Tricks, gardens throughout history and especially those in the Olney area, by a Trust member.
“Fotheringhay- Home of the House of York”
Mike Ingram, a historian and chairman of the Northamptonshire Battlefields Society.
“The Lenborough Hoard”
Julian Hunt, a local studies historian, author, FSA.
“Blick Mead – a Mesolithic site, Stonehenge origins”
Prof. David Jacques, a Professorial Research Fellow, University of Buckingham, author, Fulbright Alumnus, FSA.
“The Origins of People and Animals found near Stonehenge”
Prof. Jane Evans – discoveries relating to the Amesbury Archer, the Bowmen and the Animals of Durrington Walls, by a research scientist at Nottingham University.
“Death and Entering the Afterlife in Anglo-Saxon England”
Prof. Stephen Upex, a regular speaker, landscape archaeologist, Cambridge ICE tutor, FSA , author.
“The Gentrification of Winslow, 1640-1770”
Dr David Noy, an Hon. Associate O.U. Classics, author.
“The History of Salcey Forest”
Brian Pollard, a Recreation Ranger.
“Archaeology for all: the work of The Council for British Archaeology and its regional network”
David Ingham, a Project Manager at Albion Archaeology, FSA, MCIfA.
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