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CBA Festival of British Archaeology: Department of Archaeology Event



Under the Butcher's Knife: 28th of July, 2012.


Please see Venue for details of how to get to the Department of Archaeology, Durham University.

Time Title Speaker Location
9.00-9.30 Tea/coffee Common Room
9.30-9.35 Welcome Charlotte Henderson D110
9.35-10.20 Meat and Marrow: hunting, scavenging and butchery practices in the early stone age. Freddie Foulds D110
10.20-11.05 Making the most of your meal: A faunal analysis from Late Medieval Harfleur, Normandy Ophelie Lebrasseur D110
11.05-11.35 Tea/coffee Common Room
11.35-12.20 The Importance of Crockery: How the use of ceramics affected the diet of people and the technology of food processing in Prehistoric Britain. Dana Millson D110
12.20-13.05 Blood and Gore: What skeletons can say about medical treatments in the past Tina Jakob D110
13.05-onwards Lunch (bring your own) Common Room
13.30-16.00 Hands-on (wander around at your leisure): Laboratories in Dawson Building
Human palaeopathology: Treatment Anwen Caffell
Plant Medicine and Magic Rachel Bold
Lithics Freddie Foulds
Butchery: animals Cameron Clegg 
Tea/coffee (throughout) Common Room