The University of Winchester has announced a programme for its forthcoming conference “Winchester: an Early Medieval Royal City” on July 9-12th, 2017. Details can be found here: here.Continue Reading... No Comments.
It is our great pleasure to announce the publication of a major new volume that should be of interest to those studying early medieval places of powerContinue Reading... No Comments.
The Network is pleased to announce the publication of several resources intended to help teachers of Key Stage 2 pupils (aged 7-11) incorporate elements of early medieval archaeology within their history syllabus.Continue Reading... No Comments.
The network is pleased to report on some very good news. Gordon Noble has received a Leverhulme Research Leadership Award for £971,149 (€1.15m) to investigate the early kingdoms of Scotland, Ireland and Northern Ireland.Continue Reading... No Comments.
It is with great pleasure that we announce the publication of an interim report on a major programme of fieldwork at Rendlesham, one of our featured network projects, in the prestigious journal AntiquityContinue Reading... No Comments.
The third and final network workshop took place last week at Aberdeen University. The workshop was entitled ‘Royal Residences and networks of power’.Continue Reading... No Comments.
It is with great pleasure that we are able to report that one of our network projects, The Rendlesham Project, has received the BBC treatment.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Although it has yet to be picked up by any major media outlets, the East Lothian Courier has reported on the finding of a very large building thought to be largest Anglo-Saxon structure ever found in Scotland.Continue Reading... No Comments.
The second network workshop took place this week at Durham University, under the theme of ‘Architectures of power: ritual action, performance and the built environment’.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Building on our successful workshop in Reading, the second workshop of the Royal Residences Network will take place at the University of Durham, 8-9 June 2016.Continue Reading... No Comments.