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View our lecture program - open to both members and non-members - covering a variety of topics between October and May every year.


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A prehistoric burial chamber, covered in vegetation, in a coastal area.

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Upcoming events

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Stone heads in the Roman military zone and what they tell us about people

The conundrum of how one can tell the date of a carved stone head is one I had to wrestle with when preparing the Corpus Signorum Imperii Romani Volume I, Fascicule 11.

Lindsay Allason-Jones
Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1J 0BE

2024 Spring Meeting

The Spring Meeting (event) will be held in Newark on Saturday, 11 May and will be led by Dr Mark Gardiner and Mr Peter Ginn. The meeting will begin at 10:45 am and end at approximately 3 pm.


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