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Update on the Bronze Age Forum 13-14/11-04


The Bronze Age Forum 13th & 14th November 2004 University of Southampton

Please see our website for all information regarding programme, registration
and suggested accommodation Places are limited
you advised to book early to avoid disappointment.

Confirmed Speakers:

Fleshhooks: technological complexity and forging chiefly authority (Stuart
Needham & Sheridan Bowman - British Museum)

Croft Moraig and the chronology of stone circles (Professor Richard
Bradley -
University of Reading & Alison Sheridan University of Edinburgh)

Deconstructing the Irish Bronze Age rapier...literally (Barry Molloy -
University College Dublin)

The role of barrows and bronze deposition in the shaping and valuing of
Age landscapes (David Fontijn - University of Leiden)

A comparative study of Hungarian and British/Irish Bronze Age ceramics (Jo
Sofaer Derevenski - University of Southampton)

Llanmaes: a newly discovered Late Bronze Age to Early Iron Age site in the
Vale of Glamorgan (Adam Gwilt - National Museums & Galleries of Wales)

Personal Appearance in Prehistory: the Middle Bronze Age 'ornament horizon'
context (Ben Roberts - Cambridge University)

Investigating Arable Agricultural Systems of Bronze Age Ireland (Meriel
McClatchie - University College London)

Where have all the flowers gone? Empty landscapes, sacred places and
contemplation in the Bronze Age landscape of Somerset (Clive Bond - King
Alfred's College)

Aspects of the Bronze Age Landscape of the North West English Midlands
(David Mullin - Gloucestershire County Council Archaeology Service)

Standing Stones and Islandscapes in Western Scotland (Joanna Wright -
University of Manchester)

A recently discovered and fairly substantial complex of funerary and
ceremonial monuments at Damerham, Hampshire (Martyn Barber - English

The recent excavation of a Neolithic and Bronze Age ceremonial site at
Eweford, East Lothian (Gavin MacGregor - GUARD University of Glasgow)

Forgotten Land: What's going on in Bronze Age Cumbria? (Helen. L. Loney &
Andrew W. Hoaen - University of Glasgow)

New light on depositional practices and the treatment of metalwork in SE
(Mark Lodwick - National Museums & Galleries of Wales)

The first wave of metalworkers – new evidence for Beaker/EBA prospecting and
mining within the UK (Simon Timberlake - Coventry University)

Biographies in stone: rock art, landscape and the Neolithic/Early Bronze Age
transition in Kilmartin, Scotland (Andy Jones - University of Southampton)

Approaching later prehistoric ritual traditions c.1500-600 BC (Rachael
Pope -
University of Wales)

From Dorchester to Dieskau: Relations between Britain and Central Europe in
the Early Bronze Age (Brendan O'Connor)

Atlantic swords: a technological approach for Late Bronze Age societies
(Bénédicte Quilliec - Universite de Nanterre)

Revisiting Bronze Age Gwithian 50 Years On (Jacky Nowkowski - Cornwall
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