Cambrian Archaeological Association Programme 2022

The Association’s programme for 2022 has two major events, our Summer and Autumn meetings, as well as a series of Walks and Talks throughout Wales, and lectures at the National Eisteddfod and at Christmas time. Summer Meeting, Ribble Valley, Lancashire, July 4-9. We will visit a variety of archaeological sites and historic buildings, museums and Read more about Cambrian Archaeological Association Programme 2022[…]

Cambrian Archaeological Association: Walks and Talks, 2021

This year, the Cambrians decided to try out a new programme for our members. Given all the uncertainties of meeting indoors as the pandemic continued to affect all our activities, we thought that offering a series of walks and talks at historic places in the fresh air might be a good way of continuing to Read more about Cambrian Archaeological Association: Walks and Talks, 2021[…]

Eurwyn Wiliam: The study of vernacular architecture in Wales (Presidential Address 2021)

  Dr Wiliam worked as Assistant Keeper, Director and Deputy-Director at Amgueddfa Cymru-National Museum of Wales, and is an authority on the vernacular buildings of Wales. He has published extensively on the subject, and was responsible for the addition of many such buildings to the Museum’s collection at St. Fagans. Appointed Chairman of RCAHMW, retiring Read more about Eurwyn Wiliam: The study of vernacular architecture in Wales (Presidential Address 2021)[…]

Illustrating the Past in Wales: A Celebration of 175 Years of Archaeologia Cambrensis 1846-2021

An attractive and informative new booklet celebrates 175 years of the Cambrian Archaeological Association, charting the development of archaeological illustration and recording through the ages. The new booklet Illustrating the Past in Wales is a celebration of the history and archaeology of Wales, the Marches and the wider world as seen through illustrations published in Read more about Illustrating the Past in Wales: A Celebration of 175 Years of Archaeologia Cambrensis 1846-2021[…]

The Cambrian Archaeological Association is 175 years old!

Chairman of Trustees, Sian Rees, introduces this year of celebration with an invitation to read the views of members and friends about our Association and its work.   2021 succeeds 2020, which was possibly the most disrupted year for the Association since the Second World War, with our summer and autumn meetings and the Darganfod Read more about The Cambrian Archaeological Association is 175 years old![…]