The draft document for the review of the Early Medieval theme is now available on the Research Framework website. Your chance to have a look and feedback to us any comments you have
Sunday 5 February 2023
Sunday 26 June 2022
Still time to book for our next mini-conference presenting the draft review for the Maritime theme, led by Deanna Groom with case studies from Julian Whitewright, Mike Roberts, Ian Candy and Nigel Nayling. Come along to listen, discuss, engage and comment as we look for final amendments to the Maritime theme.
Wednesday 15 June 2022
David Roberts and Caroline Pudney are the co-ordinators for the Roman theme. They're looking for volunteers to contribute their knowledge and time to working groups looking at key Roman themes to create a new Roman Research Framework for Wales over the next two years.
Monday 13 June 2022
Friday 10 June 2022
Wednesday 8 June 2022
Our next mini-conference will present the draft review for the Maritime theme, led by Deanna Groom with case studies from Julian Whitewright, Mike Roberts, Ian Candy and Nigel Nayling. Come along to listen, discuss, engage and comment as we look for final amendments to the Maritime theme.
Monday 23 May 2022
We are are delighted to announce that we are now on YouTube. We will be adding content over the next few months so keep an eye out for new material by subscribing to our page.
Monday 2 May 2022
|The Wreck of the Athena|
In more recent times, with Welsh ships playing such a crucial part in the slate and coal trades, this rich maritime tradition continued with the coast providing the highway for trade with the wider world.
We are reliant on archaeology for reconstructing much of our rich maritime past, as explored in the Maritime theme of the Research Framework.