In this special live broadcast, Dr Edward Shepherd will explore the most recent developments in our understanding of Stonehenge and the Neolithic society which constructed this enduring and iconic symbol of ancient human creativity.
Drawing on recent technological advancements, this online talk will discuss Dr Shepherd’s primary research on the animal remains from Stonehenge, the shocking new aDNA results (ancestral DNA analysis), mobility studies (multiple isotope analysis), evidence for Britain’s earliest plague victims, and the impact of ever-more precise radiocarbon dates to our understood chronologies.
There will be an exciting opportunity for you to ask our expert speaker questions in our dedicated question-and-answer session, following the talk.
This online talk will take place on the 28th April 2024 at 6.00pm
(GMT +1) and, including Q&A, will be approximately one hour and fifteen minutes.
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What happens if I am unable to attend the live online talk?
A recording will be uploaded to our website two hours after the event. For copyright reasons, these recordings will be available for four weeks.