Tag Archives: Buckinghamshire

Bucks Bricks and Brickyards

A talk to AiM by Catherine Grigg We are surrounded by bricks: they provide our shelter from the elements. And yet how little thought most of us give to this fundamental component in our lives. Dr. Catherine Grigg, Curator of … Continue reading

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Discovering the Iron Age

The Bucks County Archaeologist, Sandy Kidd is coming to give us an interactive talk on the Iron Age. The talk is a break from our normal pattern of talks and is aimed at the younger archaeology enthusiast as well as … Continue reading

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The Development of Printed Maps of Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire

Archaeology in Marlow welcomed John Leighfield to Liston Hall on Thursday November 13th, when he presented a fascinating history of maps from their earliest beginnings up to the present day. He illustrated his lecture with a slide show of maps … Continue reading

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Marlow people in the Civil War

On 25th October 2007, Julian Hunt gave us a talk about the people of Buckinghamshire who were involved in the period of the Civil War, 1642 – 1651. Julian is well qualified to present this subject having been directly involved … Continue reading

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