Conference – Conflict in Context: Archaeologies of War 1618-1918

Saturday 27 – Sunday 28 September 2014
Day registration also possible:
Saturday 17th-19th c., Sunday mainly World War I
Museum of Liverpool, Liverpool

This conference provides a timely archaeological comparative perspective, considering warfare and its impact from the 17th century up to and including the First World War. Speakers from the UK, Czech Republic, France, and Belgium cover topics as diverse as barracks, practice trenches, sieges, battlefield sites, memorials, human remains, internment camps and much more.
It is to be held at the Museum of Liverpool, Mann Island near Albert Dock, which also houses important regional collections including the Kings Regiment Collection, and has World War I galleries now open.

For details see:
Or Google Conflict in Context Conference, and find the SPMA link

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