Thu, 14 May 2020, 7pm – 8;30pm
We've had an overwhelming response to this event, and the virtual lecture is now fully-booked. But don't worry if you weren't able to get a place, we will record it and share the video on our website and social media. Full details will be in the next edition of London Archaeologist.
As we're unable to hold our Annual Lecture and General Meeting in person this year, we delighted that Adam Corsini from Layers of London is able to give his talk virtually instead.
Adam will present Layers of London: Putting archaeology on the map and explain how 50 years of London's archaeology are being mapped onto Layers of London. This is a free, online, crowd-sourced mapping resource that anyone can get involved with.
The talk will take place using Zoom, and you'll be sent information on how to join the session once you have registered.