Zoom Lectures Jan-Dec 2022

The link to access the lectures will be sent the day before to all members on our e-mail list and will also be published below.

January 14th, 7pm

Musings on the Mithraeum

Jane Sidell, Inspector of Ancient Monuments for Historic England

The discovery, first relocation, dismantling, second relocation and restoration of this unique monument from Roman London.

11th February, 7pm

A New History of Old Copped Hall

Norah Carlin, West Essex Archaeological Group

For 500 years this Essex Mansion was quarrelled over, its inheritance questioned and it was traded for large sums of money. Norah’s new history of the house and its owners has just been published by WEAG, whose long-running excavations at just across the Lea Valley have involved EAS members.

11th March, 7pm

Sri Lanka: Traders, Temples and a Tooth

Ian Jones, Chairman, EAS

Aspects of the archaeology and history of this island off the tip of India from Palaeolithic hunters via Roman traders, Buddhists and assorted Europeans to independence in 1948

22nd April, 7pm

EAS April lecture and AGM