Medieval Pottery Research Group

MPRG Annual Conference 2011

  1. Home
  2. News
  3. Current Newsletter (PDF)
  4. Publications
  5. Conferences
  6. Regional Groups
  7. UK Reference Collections
  8. Archive
  9. How to Join
  10. Travel Fund
  11. Contacts
  12. Links
  13. Copyright statement
  14. Site Map
  15. MPRG Bibliography
    - (external site)
  16. Research Framework
    - (external site)
Site search powered by FreeFind

Recent Work and Current Research

Saturday 11 June 2011
Activity Spaces 1 and 2, Museum of London


9.30: Registration and coffee

10.00: Looking Forward: The MPRG Research Framework. Anne Irving

10.30: Beer, Butter and Burial: the pre-burial origins of cremation urns from the early Anglo-Saxon cemetery of Cleatham, North Lincolnshire. Gareth Perry

11.00: Anglo Saxon and medieval pottery from Shotton Northumberland: late 15th and 16th century pottery from the production site at Healey and potential associations with Jervaulx. Andrew Sage

11.30: The manufacture of Stamford ware in Pontefract, West Yorkshire Chris Cumberpatch

12.00: Discussion

12.10: MPRG Annual General Meeting followed by lunch

2.00: Why are they doing it like that? Pottery and culinary techniques in medieval Southampton. Ben Jervis

2.30: The late 10th century pottery production sites at Pontefract and later 18th century pottery at Lazencroft Leeds: a potter’s point of view. John Hudson

3.30: Excavations by AOC Archaeology at the site of the Delftfield pottery: a ceramic update. George Haggerty

4.15: Recent excavations at the Stenhouse and North Berwick kiln sites. Derek Hall

4.45: Discussion and close

Cost: £30 full or £24 concessions. Pleae note that those who wish to pay on the door, but do not then attend, will still be charged as places are limited.

[«] | [Archive] | [»]