I am sorry to inform you that due to the escalating Covid incidences in West Cornwall this Thursday’s Cornwall Archaeological Society lecture in Penzance has been postponed until March when the Covid situation will hopefully be much brighter. We were …Continue reading →
Cornish archaeology Online – Ann Preston Jones and Andrew Langdon present Ancient and High Crosses of Cornwall: the Victorian legacy. This talk will give an introduction to the speakers’ newly published book, Ancient and High Crosses of Cornwall. This is intended as a useable guide to one hundred of the best early medieval and medieval crosses in Cornwall. Using examples of monuments from the book, the talk will then focus on the contribution that Victorian antiquarians made to the study of medieval monumental sculpture and the impact that the era’s restoration and repair work had on the ecclesiastical landscape of Cornwall. Book available here and from other booksellers
Francis Shepherd, Historic Environment Record, Cornwall Council presents: The Historic Environment Record Online An introduction to the online resources available through the Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly’ Historic Environment mapping site. This talk took place on the 26th October 2021
The first of our Cornish Archaeology Online series took place on the 28th of September 2021. Tasha Fullbrook (Finds Liason Officer) presents The Portable Antiquities Scheme in Cornwall – A lecture exploring recent archaeological finds from Cornwall discovered by members of the public.
Tasha Fullbrook, Finds Liaison Officer The Portable Antiquities Scheme in Cornwall – A lecture exploring recent archaeological finds from Cornwall discovered by members of the public – 28 September 2021 Cornish Archaeology Online is a series of talks that is open …Continue reading →
From your own Correspondents – Our latest newsletter includes: BOUNDARY STONES IN TRURO TRIPPET STONES CLEARED PHOENIX ARISES FROM THE BUSHES MAPPING METHODISM HELLAND BRIDGE DEFENCES HEROIC ACHIEVEMENT! Read the April update here Area Representatives would love to hear from …Continue reading →
From your own Correspondents – Our latest newsletter includes: AROUND THE COUNTY TRENCRIME HILL? ON THE CASE OF HERITAGE CRIME VIEWING REDGATE CROSS – A THORNY PROBLEM CORNISH STONE STILES SURVEY Read the March update here The Cornish Stiles survey …Continue reading →