http://themaatrust.org/healthy-people-are-a-foundation-of-a-healthy-society/ 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.
watch 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.
here 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.
glycomet cost Last week saw the first network workshop take place at the University of Reading, under the theme of ‘Site Dynamics and Long-Term Chronologies’.Continue Reading... No Comments.
The University of Reading will be hosting the first of our network workshops this Thursday and Friday (25-26/02/2016).Continue Reading... No Comments.
The latest volume of Medieval Archaeology was published at the end of last year and subscribers should have their print copies soon if not already. The volume contains a number of articles of relevance to the interests of the Royal Residences Network.Continue Reading... No Comments.
We are pleased to draw your attention to the latest research at the magnate complex at Gamla Uppsala, Sweden.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Hello and welcome to the first post of the Royal Residences Network blog.
The aim of this blog is to encourage dialogue, debate and interaction on the theme of early medieval royal/magnate residences and the creation, materialisation and projection of power.Continue Reading... No Comments.