Clive Gamble: Neanderthal Socio-ecology: Persistent Places & Resource Control at La Cotte & Lynford
Time & Location
About the event
Dr. Clive Gamble is an Emeritus Professor at the University of Southampton. He specializes in the archaeology of human origins, and has undertaken pioneering research into the social life of our earliest ancestors.
He recently completed the project "Crossing the threshold: the evolution of place and landscape in earliest prehistory", focused on re-imagining the unparalleled sequence of lithic and fauna from the site of La Cotte de St Brelade in Jersey. He also recently completed the Lynford Neanderthal project, after excavations at Lynford Quarry near the village of Mundford, Norfolk.
Join us on 29th November for his talk "Neanderthal socio-ecology: persistent places and the control of resources at La Cotte and Lynford"
The talk will be held over zoom, with the option to meet in the Dorfman Centre (St Peter's College) to watch with other society members and enjoy refreshments.
A link for the zoom meeting will be sent by email to those registered for the talk. To register, please fill out the google form: https://forms.gle/KLsyDh4T1TnVdJ2M6
Tickets are free for members and £2 for non-members. If you are not a member of the OAS, you can purchase a ticket via PayPal by sending the fee to Admin@oxfordarchaeologicalsociety.com.