The Medieval Settlement Research Group has this year chosen East Anglia as the focus for their Spring Conference which is to be held at the University of East Anglia at Norwich, Norfolk, on Saturday 8th April, 2000.
The speakers will be:
John Newman (Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service)
A Landscape of Dispersed Settlement - Change and Growth in South East Suffolk
Andrew Rogerson (Norfolk Landscape Archaeology)
Rural Settlement Patterns in Medieval Norfolk
Edward Martin (Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service)
Rural Settlement Patterns in Medieval Suffolk
Leigh Alston (Board of Continuing Education, University of Cambridge)
The Evidence of Standing Buildings
Brian Cushion, Alan Davison and Peter Wade-Martins
The Norfolk Earthworks Project - Survey and Documentary Studies
Rosemary Hoppitt (Suffolk College)
Suffolk Parks and the Process and Pattern of Settlement
Rob Lidyeard (Centre of East Anglian Studies, University of East Anglia)
Castle Rising, Norfolk: “A Landscape of Lordship”?
The following day, Sunday April 9th, Andrew Rogerson and Edward Martin will lead field visits by coach to settlement and other medieval sites in the South Norfolk and Mid Suffolk areas. The tour will last about six hours.
If required, meals and overnight accommodation have been arranged at the University of East Anglia - details available.
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