Durrington walls discovery results presented in 'Guest Lecture Series' this March
Ground-breaking discoveries near Stonehenge in 2020 will form the basis for a special guest lecture on March 21 at the University of Bradford.
Archaeology Professors, (and brothers) Vincent and Chris Gaffney, will discuss the results and details of the deep pits discovered at Durrington Walls (near the famous Woodhenge, Wiltshire) in a presentation to other academics and the general public, as part of a guest lecture series with other universities.
Professor Vincent Gaffney, 50th Anniversary Chair in Archaeology and his brother Professor Chris Gaffney, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research and Innovation, at the University of Bradford, have both made significant discoveries during their careers.
The talk will take place on Tuesday 21 March 17:30-18:30, online (via eventrbite links) and on Campus at University of Bradford, Richmond Building (room E59), Richmond Road, Bradford, England, BD7 1DP. To book your place, follow this link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/safs-guest-lecture-profs-vince-chris-gaffney-on-campus-tickets-549253330497?aff=odcleoeventsincollection