Wales and the West during the Bronze Age


This conference was held on the 24th and 25th April with the support of Cadw and the Cambrian Archaeological Association. Giving an insight into new discoveries and the richness of this period in the west, conference themes illustrated early ceremonial and burial landscapes, artefact and environmental evidences and later settled landscapes.

Papers given included Professor Martin Bell on the exploitation of wetland landscapes, Henrietta Quinnell on the latest thinking on Trevisker pottery and Dr Stuart Needham on the Mold cape, alongside many others.

A write-up of the conference by Frances Griffiths was published in the RAI newsletter (vol 40) - see below.


RAI Newsletter 40 - August 2010

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