Early Christian Archaeology in Britain Conference, 8th July, 2015, at Winchester University

The first Early Christian Archaeology in Britain Conference is taking place at the University of Winchester, Wednesday July 8th.
Expert speakers at this important day conference include:
Dr. Ken Dark, Director, Research Centre for Late Antique and Byzantine Studies, University of Reading presenting “East and West: problems and possibilities in the archaeology and history of the early British Church”
Dr. David Petts, Lecturer at Durham University presenting “Roman Christianity in Northern Britannia AD300-500”
Dr. Niall Finneran, Reader in Early Medieval Archaeology at the University of Winchester presenting “The socio-cultural context of early Christianity in southwestern Britain: a case study from the Tintagel Region Archaeological Landscape Project (TRALP)”
Revd. Mark Laynesmith, Anglican Chaplain at the University of Reading.presenting “The Cult of St Alban at Verulamium (St Albans)”

Registration on the conference website includes a buffet lunch and an optional evening wine reception.
Register at: – http://www.earlychristianarchaeology.co.uk