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KAS Fieldwork Conference 2023

A full-day conference exploring recent Society excavations will be held at the University of Kent on Saturday 25th November.

The event will take placed in room GLT1 of the Grimond Building with parking available nearby.


10.00–10.20Registration (please book using the below link)


Morning session


10.30–11.40Potential Neolithic monuments in Stringman’s Field, Badlesmere:
10.30–11.05The South-East Monument, Richard Taylor
11.05–11.40The North-West Monument, Keith Parfitt
11.40–12.20Dredging up, and re-excavating the Aylesford Bronze Age finds, and looking again at the ornaments in them, John Smythe
12.20–12.45Discoveries on the Swalecliffe foreshore, Peter Slaughter
12.45–1.00Questions and discussion on the morning session talks




1.00–2.15Lunch (facilities are available on campus but lunch will not be provided by the society).


Afternoon session


2.15–2.30A beaker burial salvaged at Dover, Keith Parfitt
2.30–3.20COMMIOS: Iron Age Britons and their Continental Neighbours, Dr Lindsey Büster
3.20–3.50Break for tea
3.50–4.50Taking the Dover Bronze Age Boat replica to sea, Prof. Paul Bennett
4.50–5.00Closing remarks
5.00Meeting finishes



Booking details

Please note that this is the new membership system and if you are a current member of the society the booking may advise that your email is recognised and ask you to log in.

The log in links will be sent out shortly to welcome you to the platform or you can email directly and we will send you out the link to do this. Alternatively, you can use another email address for this booking.



Free entry for Student Members.

Non-students £15.


Date and time
10am - 5pm
Contact email
Event URLs
GLT1, Grimond Building, University of Kent at Canterbury
Event Type