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HAHG Lecture: Lost Villages of Oxfordshire

The landscape historian Deborah Hayter spoke to the Henley Archaeological & Historical Group at its latest meeting on 2 May on the Lost Villages of Oxfordshire. There are estimated to be […]

HAHG Lecture: All the Queens’ Jewels 1445-1548

The Henley Archaeological & Historical Group welcomed again to its April meeting Dr Nicola Tallis, who spoke on the subject of her recently-completed thesis: ‘All the Queens’ Jewels 1445-1548’ – […]

HAHG Lecture: Walking with the Barrow – Sisters’ Excavations 2016-22

At the February meeting of the Henley Archaeological & Historical Group, one of its members, Susanna Venn, who is retraining as an osteo-archaeologist, described the dig she joined last summer […]

HAHG Lecture: The Building of Henley

Dr Geoffrey Tyack of the University of Oxford gave a well-attended presentation on 3 January to the Henley Archaeological & Historical Group on the Buildings of Henley. He described the […]

HAHG Lecture: The Archaeology of the Middle Thames

On 6 December Archaeologist Dr Gabor Thomas of Reading University gave the Henley Archaeological & Historical Group an insight into recent archaeological research on the Early Mediaeval River Thames, and specifically […]