| 6 April 2006
Prehistoric and Roman Coastal Saltmaking in Britain
One day conference about 'Prehistoric and Roman Coastal Saltmaking in Britain' will be held on Saturday 10th June 2006 at Boston Conference Centre, Skirbeck Road, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE21 6AQ (England).
The following is an excerpt from the program: Introduction by Chair Elaine Morris (University of Southampton); Prehistoric and Romano-British Salt Production in The Fenland and Lincolnshire Marsh by Tom Lane (HTL/APS); Late Prehistoric and Romano-British Salt Production in the Somerset Levels by Stephen Rippon (University of Exeter); Interpreting Iron Age and Romano-British Salt Production and the case for Poole Harbour, Dorset, England by Sarah-Jane Hathaway (Bournemouth University); Experiments on the Marsh and the view from inland by Andrew Fielding (Lion Salt Works Trust); Northumberland by Steve Willis (University of Kent); The Red Hills of Essex by James Fawn (Colchester Archaeological Group)
Tickets £15 (including lunch) available from Heritage Trust of Lincolnshire 01529 461499: Conference sponsored by Lincolnshire County Council, Heritage Trust of Lincolnshire, Lion Salt Works Trust.
Source: BritARCH Mailing List (5 April 2006)
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