Events Programme


Saturday 29th June 2019 BAS visit to Silchester 2:30pm – meet in car park at 2pm

Monday 1st July BAS visit to Highwood 10:30am at The Bottle & Glass

Wednesday 4th September 2019 BAS Study Group: The Geophysics survey at Ankerwyke by Andrew Hutt. 12-3pm at Brock Keep

Saturday 21st September 2019 BAS AGM & Lecture: The Saxon Period Burials from Guildown Avenue, Guildford by Dr Ceri Falys

Saturday 19th October 2019 BAS Lecture: Mesolithic-Neolithic histories in the Colne Valley: narrating an everyday landscape by Samantha Brummage

Saturday 16th November 2019 BAS Lecture: The Ottomans in Jordan……and their link to Berkshire by Alison McQuitty (note that this is a change to the previous programme)

Saturday 14th December 2019 BAS Lecture: Members Talks


Wednesday 8th January 2020 BAS Study Group: Roman Berkshire. 1-4pm at RISC

Saturday 18th January 2020  BAS Lecture: Bluestones and white bones: the origins of the people buried at Stonehenge by Dr Rick Schulting

Tuesday 21st January 2020 BAS visit: Wittenham Clumps Iron Age Hillfort (book by December 19th!!!!)

Wednesday 5th February 2020 BAS Study Group: Roman Berkshire. 1-4pm at RISC

Saturday 15th February 2020 BAS Lecture: The material culture of English medieval rural households by Dr Ben Jervis

Wednesday 4th March 2020 BAS Study Group: Roman Berkshire. 1-4pm at RISC


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Saturday 21st March 2020 BAS Lecture: ‘Animal, Vegetable or Mineral? Identifying tool use in British Mesolithic woodworking’ by Adam Turner, PhD student at Reading University

Saturday March 28th 2020 BAS Day School (Newbury)

Friday April 3rd 2020 BAS visit: Avebury led by Jill York

Saturday 18th April 2020 BAS Lecture: Beacons of the Past and LiDAR: shining new light on the Iron Age landscapes of the Chilterns by Dr Ed Peveler

Berkshire Archaeological Society’s Monthly Saturday afternoon talks held at 2.00 pm for 2.30 pm at The RISC Centre, London Street. Reading, RG1 4PS. (01189 586692)

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