David Quick, Chairman of Liss Archaeology, will talk to us on the latest excavations at Colemore.
Short talks given to Society groups (more user friendly than the term 'Lecture')
The first of RSG's winter series of talks commences with the group's Annual General Meeting.
Once business is concluded we are lucky enough to have a talk by Dr Clare Rainsford on animal bones in ritual contexts.
The 1918 flu pandemic was a lethal outbreak of influenza which infected 500 million people around the world, including remote Pacific islands and the Arctic, and resulted in the deaths of 50 to 100 million (three to five percent of the world's population) making it one of the deadliest natural disasters in human history. It killed the young and not the old, and was spread around the world by troops returning home after the First World War.
Professor Sir Barry Cunliffe will be speaking about his book On The Ocean: The Mediterranean and the Atlantic from Prehistory to AD 1500. This event will take place in Senate House, London and is free to all with no need to book. There will be a wine reception after the talk.
The Tower - Escape, Imprisonment and Execution.
Saturday 10 February 1pm to 2.30pm
The noted Guildford historian David Rose, will give an illustrated talk on Guildford's history, telling the story from the perspective of the steps fronting the church from Guildford’s High Street. David will talk about the many events and historical moments that these steps have witnessed, and in many cases, their role in that history.
A KUTAS meeting in Surbiton Library when David Williams, the Surrey Finds Liaison Officer will talk about the Portable Antiquities Scheme and recent finds reported to him from Surrey.
Wednesday 25 October
11am-12.00pm & 2pm-3.00pm
The Battle of Waterloo the day that decided Europe’s Fate
24 October 2pm to 3.30pm