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  • 1. The Long View:  Place and Prehistory in the Thames Valley    at the Society of Antiquaries, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London.  Saturday 25 February 2012  Price: £35 (£20 student)   Incl. coffee; lunch not provided, available locally)  A one‐day conference of the Prehistoric Society to conclude our Thames Valley series, this event will look at the long‐ term  histories  of  particular  places or  parts  of  the  valley.  The  aim  will  be  to  explore  the  differing  trajectories  of  settlement,  land‐use  and  ritual  activity  in  different  localities  from  the  Mesolithic  onwards,  including  the  contrast  between  places  which  were  intensively  used  during  virtually  every  period,  and  those  which  were  used  more  sporadically or less intensively at certain times.  09.30:    Registration  10.00:    Coffee  10.30:    Welcome and Introduction (Roger M Thomas)  10.45:    The Iron Age in the uppermost Thames Valley: before, during and after (Steve Ford)  11.10:    A place to call home? Three millennia of comings and goings at Yarnton (Gill Hey)  11.35:    The prehistory of Oxford and other Thames Valley confluences (George Lambrick)  12.00:    Continuity and change at the Eton Rowing Course: the long view (Tim Allen)  12.25:    Discussion    12.45:    Lunch    2.00:    The Middle Thames in the Late Iron Age: a view from Calleva  (Mike Fulford)  2.25:    10,000 years of human inhabitation of the Middlesex gravel terraces (John Lewis)  2.50:    Placating *Plowonida: long‐term patterns of votive deposition? (Jon Cotton)  3.15:    Mucking’s prehistory: the long‐term (in hindsight) (Chris Evans)  3.40:    Time and place in the prehistory of Kent (Tim Champion)  4.05:    Discussion  4.30:    Closing comments (Richard Bradley)  4.45:   Close    Please book me ……… places at £35;  ……….places at £20. For The Long View: place & prehistory in the Thames Valley    My cheque for ............. enclosed (made payable to The Prehistoric Society)  The Prehistoric society is a registered charity No. 1000567  Name: ............................................................................. Email ............................................ Phone: ...............................................  Address .....................................................................................................................................................................  ..................................................................................................................................................................................    Please return with remittance to Tessa Machling, Prehistoric Society, c/o Institute of Archaeology, 31–34 Gordon Sq, London WC1H OPY  by Monday 16 January 2012 

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