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The Pleasure of Finding Things Out: Searching for the Mesolithic

February 11, 2009

The Prehistoric Society

Europa day-conference 2009

Saturday, May 30  2009, 9.30am

Tempest Anderson Hall, The Yorkshire Museum, York

IMPORTANT: Please note that entry to the Europa lecture itself is FREE to members,

Europa lecture only £3 on the door to non-members not attending the full day.

Please return with remittance to Tessa Machling, Prehistoric Society, c/o Institute of Archaeology, 31-34 Gordon Sq, London WC1H OPY
by 31 March 2009. See Prehistoric Society website (http://www.prehistoricsociety.org/) or Briefing (http://www.britarch.ac.uk/briefing for Conferences and Lectures)

The 2009 Europa prize winner is Professor Peter Woodman who retired in September 2006 after 23 years as Professor of Archaeology at University  College Cork. His research interests lie in the areas of the early human
settlement and ecology of Ireland and Atlantic Europe and the Antiquarian history of Archaeology. He has carried out excavations at many sites in Ireland and has revolutionised the way in which the Irish Mesolithic is
studied. He has also worked in other parts of Europe, and has had a particular interest in Norway and Scotland.

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