|Detail of the crank and gear to the winding drum of the waterwheel at Ystrad Einion Mine, NPRN:-33908|
Saturday 24th March 2012 at the Morlan Centre, Aberystwyth
10.30 a.m. - 4.30 p.m.
Two of the Commission’s leading archaeologists, Dr Toby Driver and Louise Barker will be supporting the Ceredigion Archaeology Day School in Aberystwyth on the 24th March. The event is being organised by the Dyfed Archaeological Trust and it will be a day of presentations, exhibitions and discussions on the results of recent archaeological research and investigations in Ceredigion. Louise Barker is giving a talk on the surveying and 3D animation of Ystrad Einion copper mine and Dr Toby Driver will be chatting about the dig at Abermagwr Roman villa last July. In addition, our two community archaeologists from the Metal Links Project will be also there with an exhibition and to talk about their work.
£3 to include tea, coffee and biscuits. Book early to avoid disappointment.Contact: Menna Bell, Community Archaeologist Tel. 01558 825997 firstname.lastname@example.org
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