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To be Announced.
“Vikings: Raiders or Traders?”
Dr Jill Eyers, a geologist, palaeontologist and archaeologist, regular speaker.
“City of Marble: Rome, the Pantheon and the Arch of Constantine”
Dr Steve Kershaw, a classics lecturer at Oxford, USA universities and author.
“The Wollaston Landscape: from Roman vineyards to a high-status Anglian warrior burial”
Rob Atkins, a MOLA post excavation manager.
“Decoding the Mycenaeans: the story of Linear B”
Charles Baily, an OAS member, classicist, archaeologist.
“The Watershed of the River Nene in the Roman and Post Roman Period”
Stephen Young, a Northamptonshire archaeologist, Director CLASP.
“Living Opposite the Hospital of St John”
Jim Brown, a former Northamptonshire MOLA archaeologist.
“A Tudor Christmas”
Martin Sirot-Smith, the former director of Sulgrave Manor.
“The Siege of Kimberley”
Kevin Varty, a regular speaker with a wide range of subjects.
Ray Rowlson, a regular speaker, travels worldwide, professional photographer.
“William Cecil, Lord Burghley”
Malcolm Deacon, regular speaker, retired minister, publisher.
“The Archaeology of Lawrence of Arabia’s War”
Dr Neil Faulkner, an archaeologist, author, Andante tour leader.
“Durobrivae, Hoards and the Quest for Early English Origins”
Prof. Stephen Upex, a landscape archaeologist, Cambridge University and ICE lecturer, author, specialist on the Nene valley.
“Quetzalcoatl: The Feathered Serpent & Culture god King of Metzoamerica”
Ray Aspden, a regular traveller and lecturer.
“An Introduction to Ancient Egypt’s History and Culture”
Lucia Gahlin, an Hon. Research associate UCL, Arts Soc. Lecturer, Andante tour leader.
“The Turkish Question: from the Crimea to Gallipoli”
Roger Laing, a retired army officer, MOD, cruise ship lecturer.
“Growing Flax for Aircraft Cloth: a little-known story from The First World War”
Dr Paul Stamper, a landscape archaeologist, author.
“Population Change in North Buckinghamshire, 1066-1966”
Julian Hunt, a local historian.
AGM + “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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