Come and join Dr Mary Hutchison (historian) and Dr Peter Dowling (historical archaeologist) on this walk to the little-known ruin of the former Old Lands End Homestead complex.
Victoria Pearce, conservator and Director of Endangered Heritage, presents a talk about the safety issues we see in museum stores and spaces, as a heads up from a conservator.
Nea Paphos served as the capital of Cyprus for several centuries in the Hellenistic and Roman periods. The University of Sydney’s Paphos Theatre Archaeological Project has been excavating at the site of the ancient theatre and surrounding theatre quarter since 1995. Over this time, the team have revealed the remnants of the oldest theatre in Cyprus, a venue used for performance for more than six and a half centuries, as well as key urban infrastructure surrounding the theatre. Join Dr Craig Barker for an illustrated lecture exploring the importance of Paphos.
Dr Craig Barker, archaeologist and curator, has a monthly spot on ABC radio to discuss all things archaeological with host Rhianna Patrick. For National Archaeology Week, Craig and Rhianna will be joined by guest archaeologist Dr Iain Stuart.