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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Anniversary Meeting

Society of Antiquaries of London Burlington House, Piccadilly, London

ORDINARY MEETING OF FELLOWS President's Annual Address This event has been rescheduled to allow for the possibility of a hybrid event. We hope to be able to hold this event […]

Free

Anniversary Reception

Society of Antiquaries of London Burlington House, Piccadilly, London

ORDINARY MEETING OF FELLOWS We hope to be able to hold this event at Burlington House but will keep this under review in line with all government guidelines. The Anniversary […]

£10

Henry VIII: Power, Propaganda and Personality

PUBLIC LECTURE Henry VIII: Power, Propaganda and Personality by Dr John Cooper FSA Who was King Henry VIII, and why does he continue to fascinate and to provoke us five […]

The Royal Chapel in the Sixteenth Century

Online

PUBLIC LECTURE The Royal Chapel in the Sixteenth Century: buildings and fittings by Professor Maurice Howard Hon VPSA This lecture is in conjunction with our online Exhibition Henry VIII: Defender […]

Revisiting the Origins of Prehistoric Malta

Online

ORDINARY MEETING OF FELLOWS 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 assistance […]

Free

Coin-relics, devotion, and the nature of money

Online

ORDINARY MEETING OF FELLOWS LECTURE The Thirty Pieces of Silver: coin-relics, devotion, and the nature of money by Professor Lucia Travaini In 1920 Sir George F. Hill published his survey […]

Free

The First Pharaohs of Egypt

PUBLIC 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

Online

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

Free