The SGRP 2017 conference will be held at Tullie House in Carlisle from Friday 14th July to Sunday 16th July. Over the weekend we hope to address several themes, including Roman pottery from North-West Britain and pottery from other larger projects. There will also be a visit to the Hadrian’s Wall World Heritage site.
The Committee would like to invite 20 minute papers on recent or current pottery research. While we hope for a particular emphasis on material from the North of Britain, all contributions will be considered. Anyone wishing to give a paper is asked to provide a title and submit a short abstract of c 100-200 words to the Secretary by 31st January 2017.
Further details about the conference will be posted in due course.
Study Group for Roman Pottery Annual Conference
Saturday June 11th – Sunday June 12th 2016
This year the SGRP conference is being held in Peterborough and will be based at the Park Inn Hotel. There is a choice of week-end residential or day attendance only. On the Saturday there will be a full programme of papers focussing on pottery from the Nene Valley area as well as pottery from London and further afield. There will also be a visit to the museum (5 min away) during an extended lunch break. In the evening there will be a conference meal at the hotel.
On Sunday morning a visit is being organised to visit Normangate Field (Castor) and a tour of the Praetorium and church led by Dr Stephen Upex. The Church community centre, which is on site is organised to provide morning coffee.
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Peterborough, Saturday June 11th – Sunday June 12th 2016
FIRST CALL FOR PAPERS
This year the SGRP conference is being held at Peterborough, based at the Park Inn Hotel. There is a choice of week-end residential or day attendance only. The format will slightly differ in that we will have one concentrated day of papers with pottery handling on Saturday. Sunday is devoted to a visit to Castor (Normangate Field), and a tour of the “Praetorium” and Church, led by Dr. Stephen Upex.
We are looking for offers of papers up to 20 minutes in length but shorter contributions are also welcome to highlight new finds or interesting facts. Please get in touch with SGRP secretary, Jane Timby, if you would like to contribute.