Just for a change this November we’re heading a long way from the Waveney Valley, back to Neolithic times in prehistoric Greece.
Dr Ian Seath and Alex Falconer are both biologists with an enduring interest in prehistory. Ian has always been obsessed with prehistoric Greece and they have been visiting sites in central Greece and the Peloponnese for the past 40 years. Ian has been a member of the British School at Athens and is a current member of the Aegeus Society in Athens. Alex’s interests are in palaeontology and lithics. In this talk they describe four Neolithic sites in terms of artefacts, location in the landscape, topography, and development into the Bronze Age.
We’ll be meeting on Zoom on Saturday November 13th at 2.00pm, and you can get tickets via Eventbrite here. We’ll send out joining links to all those who’ve bought tickets a few days before November 13th.