BRAG 2010 Meeting


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First announcement:

BRAG 2010 will be held on Saturday 8 May 2010 in the McDonald Institute Seminar Room, Department of Archaeology, Cambridge University.

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9 Responses to BRAG 2010 Meeting

  1. rockartuk says:

    Last minute warning from Jamie:

    Dear all,
    There is no car parking available at the Dept. of Archaeology. The nearest public car park is on Corn Exchange Street (a mere 100m away), but it costs £23 per day!
    If you are planning to drive to Cambridge, the best bet by far is to park in one of the Park & Ride car parks on the outskirts of town. All buses stop close to the department.
    Good luck!

  2. rockartuk says:

    Hi Rose-Mary,
    I’ve forwarded your message to Jamie Hampson.

  3. Rose-Mary Cussen says:

    Dear Jamie,

    I hope to attend the BRAG 2010 conference in Cambridge (volcano permitting, of course).

    I look forward to attending.

    Yours sincerely


  4. rockartuk says:

    Recieved the following from Jamie Hampson:

    Dear all,
    If you are attending BRAG in Cambridge on Saturday 8 May, and haven’t already emailed me to confirm, please do so as soon as possible. There are a limited number of spaces available.
    (A reminder to speakers: please aim for a 15-minute presentation. Thanks.)
    Best wishes,

    And on 11th April 2010:
    Dear all,
    The link below includes a searchable map of Cambridge.
    The McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research is No. 10, in the Downing Site.
    Enter the courtyard from Downing Street; the McDonald building is straight ahead.
    The Lion Yard car park is on Corn Exchange Street, and buses to and from the train station run frequently along Saint Andrew’s Street. Best wishes,
    Jamie Hampson.

  5. rockartuk says:

    Hi all,
    Just received the confirmed speakers list for BRAG 2010:

  6. rockartuk says:

    Hi all,
    I have updated the “More information” page in the initial post with the “second announcement” as recently received from Jamie Hampson.

  7. rockartuk says:

    Hi Arthur,
    Welcome to the blog.
    It took me some time to find your website but I think to have caught your map rock:

  8. arthur cross says:

    A very large local granite rock map featuring local rivers and rock formations,can be seen by putting my web site into the google search engine,featured in ancient documents, around four thousand years old.

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