Date: 28 March 2020
Time: 2-6pm (including afternoon tea)
Archaeology has been revolutionised by the application of a range of scientific techniques in the last few decades. These are often presented on the television and in the media as "black-box" magic, without any explanation of how they work, how they can be applied, and importantly, the limits of what they can tell us.
Our speakers have been asked to concentrate on explaining their specialities in a way which will better inform the audience about what one sees and hears in archaeological programmes and exhibitions.
As usual we will offer time for questions - so here is your chance to get to grips with archaeology at the cutting edge
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Romano-Celtic temple at Durobrivae as revealed by different geophysical techniques