Upcoming Events: British Archaeological Association Annual Lecture Series (London, Autumn 2014)

Upcoming events:
British Archaeological Association
Annual Lecture Series
London, Autumn 2014

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London meetings are held in the rooms of the Society of Antiquaries of London, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1J 0BE unless otherwise stated. Council meetings will precede the meetings on dates marked with an asterisk (*). Tea is served from 4.30pm and the Chair is taken at 5pm. Non-members are welcome to attend occasional lectures, please sign the visitors’ book on arrival. By reciprocal arrangement members of the Royal Archaeological Institute are invited to attend the lectures.

1 October 2014*
Friary biographies, urban fabric and the excavation legacy in England and Wales
Deirdre O’Sullivan, School of Archaeology and Ancient History, University of Leicester

The lecture will be preceded by the Association’s Annual General Meeting. It will be followed by a reception to launch the latest publication in the BAA Conference Transactions series – Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology in Cracow and Lesser Poland.

5 November 2014
Please note: Teas will be served and the meeting will take place at the Linnean Society in Burlington House

Reginald Tayolor essay medal lecture
The Function and Iconography of the Minstrels’ Gallery at Exeter Cathedral
Dr Gabriel Byng, Cathedral and Church Buildings Division, Church of England

3 December 2014*
‘Barbarous rude things.’ Paintings in the collection of the Society of Antiquaries of London: some new observations
Bernard Nurse FSA, Dr Pamela Tudor-Craig FSA and Dr Jill A Franklin FSA

See also http://thebaa.org/meetings-events/lectures/annual-lecture-series/

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