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The King in the North - a talk

The Friends of St Aidan’s Church, Bamburgh have organised a talk by Max Adams on his biography of St Oswald. It is at St Aidan’s at 4:00 pm Sunday 24th April. 44 more words

Bamburgh Castle

Burghead, a Pictish fortress

Burghead is the largest fortified site yet uncovered from early medieval Scotland. It stood on a promontory in the Moray Firth, enclosing an area of two hectares. 436 more words

Dark Ages

Exciting news about the Bowl Hole early medieval burial ground

We are very happy to announce that we have received £1890.00 grant for additional carbon dates for the Bowl Hole skeletons from the Sustainable Development Fund of the Northumberland AONB. 136 more words

Archaeology

Woden's Ditch on Morgan's Hill

On my most recent visit to Wiltshire, I explored some of the monuments and environs of Stonehenge and Avebury, but the principal interest was to revisit (after almost 15 years) the early medieval earthwork known as ‘ 1,348 more words

Places And Landscapes

Viking stones missing from Darlington church

The attention of all CBA North Members is drawn to this recent press release by Durham Constabulary that was issued this afternoon. If you can help in any way please see the contact details at the end of this message; 480 more words

E Newsletter

Book Review - Empires and Barbarians

Book Review, Duncan Mac na Ceardadh

Empires and Barbarians

Peter Heather

Oxford University Press, 2009

I acquired my copy of this work in the aftermath of Christmas, 2015 – and I was not certain whether I would be satisfied with my acquisition. 300 more words

Early Medieval