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SOCIETIES

Antiquarian Society

The annual conference on Recent archaeological fieldwork in Cambridgeshire will be held in the Lady Mitchell Hall, Sidgwick Avenue, on Saturday, 22 November. Free exhibits may be viewed from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Talks will take place between 2 p.m. and 5.30 p.m. Entrance fee is £3 at the door.

Programme:

L. O'Brien, (1) Bronze Age funerary and agricultural landscapes on the Fen edge: Mepal and March; (2) Iron Age, Romano-British, and medieval field systems: continuity and change.

S. Kemp and S. Kenney, Hinxton (Genome campus) prehistoric landscape and Saxon occupation.

M. Hinman, Hinchingbrook Iron Age and Roman settlement.

C. Evans and D. Mackay, The Addenbrooke's excavations - a Conquest period landscape.

A. Dickens and R. Mortimer, Cherry Hinton - the late Saxon village settlement.

R. Cushing, New garden feature at Wimpole Hall.

P. Morris, Geophysics in the garden of Wimpole Hall.

For further details please contact Dr W. D. Booth, Fen End Cottage, 30 Fen Road, Milton, Cambridge, CB4 6AD (tel./fax 01223 860116, e-mail booth@fenend581.freeserve.co.uk).


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Cambridge University Reporter, 29 October 2003
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