Events

All of our lectures are live streamed and are open to anyone to join us online, Fellows and Non-Fellows.

To view any of our past lectures please visit our YouTube channel.

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Queenship in Early Modern England?

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PUBLIC LECTURE A Monstrous Regiment of Women: Queenship in Early Modern England? by Professor Susan Doran This lecture has been rescheduled and will now take place on 14 September.  Henry […]

Experiencing Politics and Political Culture In Britain and Ireland, c. 1300-1815

Society of Antiquaries of London Burlington House, Piccadilly, London

Early Careers Researchers Conference. Experiencing Politics and Political Culture In Britain and Ireland, c. 1300-1815 Organised by Dr Laura Flannigan, Jen Caddick and Murray Tremellen. Popular imagination of late medieval […]

Searching for the ice age pioneers

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SOCIETY OF ANTIQUARIES OF LONDON AND SOCIETY OF ANTIQUARIES OF SCOTLAND JOINT LECTURE The Society of Antiquaries of London and the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland are delighted to announce […]

Revisiting the Origins of Prehistoric Malta

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ORDINARY MEETING OF FELLOWS EVENING LECTURE Revisiting the Origins of Prehistoric Malta: Temples, landscapes and change: the work of the ERC Fragsus Project 2013-18. by Professor Caroline Malone FSA with […]

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Catherine Downes’ excavation of Roman Warminster, 1786

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ORDINARY MEETING OF FELLOWS EVENING LECTURE 'I took a man over & began to dig': Catherine Downes' excavation of Roman Warminster, 1786 by Dr Madeleine Pelling           In 1786, Catherine Downes […]

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English Landscapes and Identities

Society of Antiquaries of London Burlington House, Piccadilly, London

ORDINARY MEETING OF FELLOWS EVENING LECTURE English Landscapes and Identities by Professor Chris Gosden FSA   I will present and discuss the results of a large project on the history of […]

The First Pharaohs of Egypt

LUNCHTIME LECTURE The First Pharaohs of Egypt by Professor Aidan Dodson FSA Egypt was unified around 3100 BC, and the following five centuries – the first three dynasties – saw […]

Khotan: A neglected Silk Road kingdom

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ORDINARY MEETING OF FELLOWS EVENING LECTURE Khotan: A neglected Silk Road kingdom by Professor Susan Whitfield In 1900 the archaeologist Aurel Stein (1862-1943) carried out preliminary excavations at sites in […]

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