Evening lectures are held on the third Thursday in every month between September and April.
Venue: Quaker Meeting House, 22 School Lane, Liverpool, L1 3BT (please note, during the winter, meetings are held on Zoom - details are sent via email to members ahead of the meeting)
Time: Doors open at 7pm, the meetings start at 7:30pm.
Further info: All welcome! You do not need to be a member to attend. £1 for members, £2 for non-members. Non-members wishing to attend a Zoom meeting may do so - please Contact Us for information.
15th September 2022: 'Why Finding Nothing Can Sometimes Tell Us Something, But Finding Things Is Nicer: Recent (and not so Recent) Excavations on Merseyside and Cheshire' Mark Adams. At Quaker Meeting House
20th October 2022: 'The future is Birkenhead (thanks to the past!)': Dean Paton, Big Heritage. At Quaker Meeting House
17th November 2022: 'From Small Seeds: The European legacy of a Bolton woman - Annie Barlow's work in Egyptology and elsewhere and her legacy, including items in Bolton Museum's collection': Ian Trumble, Bolton Museum. On Zoom
15th December 2022: MAS Christmas Quiz. On Zoom
19th January 2023: 'The Landscape of Neolithic Axes Project: studying a major stone source for Neolithic axe heads in North Wales': Jane Kenney, Gwynedd Archaeological Trust. On Zoom
16th February 2023: Current research by University of Liverpool students - three talks about their current research by PhD students in the Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology Department. George Downs. Autonomous itineraries: The future of archaeological tourism in Aegean Turkey, Catalonia and Merseyside. Emily Bowyer-Kazadi. Engaging with Archaeological Landscapes: Narratives from British National Parks. Alex Bowers. Rickets, Resorption and Revolution: An investigation into the relationship between vitamin D deficiency in childhood and osteoporosis in adulthood in an 18th-19th century archaeological population. At Quaker Meeting House
16th March 2023: 'The MAS/NML cemetery recording project at Childwall All Saints, Liverpool': Dave Roberts. At Quaker Meeting House
20th April 2023: Annual General Meeting and Members' evening. At Quaker Meeting House
Previous years' programmes:
20th January 2022: 'The Manx rosy basin: a quest for ceramic identity': Peter Davey
17th February 2022: 'Recent excavations at Rossett Roman villa': Caroline Pudney, University of Chester
17th March 2022: 'The Origins of Late Bronze Age Hilltop Enclosure sites in Western Atlantic Britain': Lorrae Campbell, University of Liverpool