LAMAS Archaeology Conferences

 

LAMAS 57th Annual Conference of London Archaeologists:

Monastic archaeology in London

POSTPONED

In the light of the developing Coronavirus situation we regret to announce that the annual LAMAS Archaeology Conference due to take place at the Museum of London next Saturday, March 21st, has been postponed.

We hope to hold the conference later in the year, assuming that a suitable date can be found. Please keep an eye on the LAMAS website and social media for details.

The decision to postpone has not been taken lightly. Please accept our apologies for the disappointment that this will inevitably cause.

All tickets will be honoured.

 

Date and Time 

Location 

Saturday 21st March 2020

11.00 - 17.00

The Weston Theatre,

Museum of London,

150 London Wall,

EC2Y 5HN

Registration and Afternoon Tea

Full Price              £17.50

 

Full Programme

Enquiries should be addressed to Jon Cotton on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 


 Past conferences:

The 2019 Conference: The Thames and its tributaries. Programme

The 2018 Conference: The Bloomberg Site. Programme

The 2017 Conference: The Crossrail Project. Programme

The 2016 Conference: London Bodies: Some Recent Advances. Programme

The 2015 Conference: Recent finds research. Programme

The 2014 Conference: Arenas of entertainment in Tudor and Jacobean London. Programme

The 2013 Conference: 50 Years of London Archaeology – Past, Present and Future. Programme.

The 2012 Conference: Roman Greater London. Programme

The 2011 Conference:The Archaeology of Modern London. Programme

The 2010 Conference: Saxon and Medieval London – Forty Years On. Programme

The 2009 Conference: London icons. Programme

The 2008 Conference: Londinium and Beyond. Programme

The 2007 Conference: The Archaeology of the East End. Programme

The 2006 Conference: Recent work on Roman towns. Programme

The 2005 Conference: the LAMAS 150th Anniversary Great Archaeological Balloon Race: The Final Five. Programme

The 2004 Conference: The Archaeology of the Recent Past. Programme

The 2003 Conference: London before London: prehistory in the Capital

The 2002 Conference: The London Archaeological Archive. Programme

The 2001 Conference: Archaeology in the landscape. Programme

The 2000 Conference: Romans in the suburbs. Programme

The 1999 Conference: the Archaeology of the River Thames. Programme

The 1998 Conference: 25 Years of Digging in the City of London Programme