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Weekly meeting report Refusing to speculate on the meaning and function of Bronze Age rock art in Scandinavia, Professor John Coles nevertheless threw up some intriguing possibilities at this week™s […]

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Weekly meeting report May Morris succeeded in carving out a life for herself while living in the shadow of her more famous parents, Dr Linda Parry told Fellows at the […]

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Weekly meeting report A summary of last week™s meeting (˜May Morris: author, artist and craftsworker in her own right™, by Linda Parry, FSA) will be posted on the website on […]

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Weekly meeting report How do you drop a large multiplex cinema with three levels of underground parking on top of a scheduled ancient monument without destroying the archaeological deposits? Such […]

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Weekly meeting report How do you drop a large multiplex cinema with three levels of underground parking on top of a scheduled ancient monument without destroying the archaeological deposits? Such […]

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Weekly meeting report The title of this week™s lecture ” ˜The Little House on the Prairie?™ ” proved to be ironic in the light of the evidence presented by Gordon […]

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Weekly meeting report Dr Nicola Coldstream, FSA, gave Fellows a full account of the life and achievements of the Society™s first lady President at this week™s meeting, saying that Joan […]

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Weekly meeting report Dr Elizabeth Hallam Smith shared with Fellows the lessons that had been learned from the computerisation of the 1901 census this week in a paper entitled ˜No […]

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Weekly meeting report This week™s meeting was attended by the Society™s Royal Patron, HRH The Duke of Gloucester, and was preceded by the presentation of the Society of Antiquaries Awards […]

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Weekly meeting report This week™s meeting took the form of a ballot. The General Secretary exhibited objects from the Society™s collection, explaining that the British Museum had asked for the […]