Kent’s Prehistoric Pottery on Show

Wessex Archaeology’s London & South East office is hosting the Prehistoric Ceramics Research Group’s Spring Meeting.  

Join us on 28th April 2012 to hear about new discoveries and directions in the study of Kent’s prehistoric pottery.

The audience will be introduced to recent discoveries from the East Kent Access Road, one of the biggest excavations in the country over the last few years (Link) as well as from the Cliffs End, Thanet Earth and Swalecliffe projects.  Some of the Country’s leading experts will explore the pivotal role Kent played in the period.

There will be a chance to have a hands-on look at key groups of pottery from the various schemes and to hear and engage in some lively debate and catch up on current thinking. There will also be a chance to view some exciting recent Beaker and Early Bronze Age finds (around 4000 years old).
A number of Wessex Archaeology’s specialists will be taking part together with other leading specialists from the South East.
 
There will also be displays covering some of Wessex Archaeology’s recent work in Kent and a chance to buy some recent publications.
 
The event is free to both members and non-members of the group and the Prehistoric Ceramics Research Group welcomes new members.
 
Details of the day can be found at
http://www.pcrg.org.uk/index.htm
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