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University of Wales Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celc Studies | The Instute of Archaeology, Oxford

Rethinking the Bronze Age and the Arrival of Indo-European in Atlantic Europe St Anne’s College Oxford, 10 July 2010

ONE-DAY FORUM – Programme Dafydd Johnston (CAWCS) — Welcome 9.15 J. P. Mallory (Queen’s University, Belfast) The Indo-Europeanizaon of Atlanc Europe 9.20 Andrew FitzPatrick (Wessex Archaeology) The Arrival of the Beaker Folk in Britain 9.55 Catriona Gibson (CAWCS) Beakers into Bronze: Tracing connecons between western Iberia and the Brish Isles 2800–800 BC 10.30 tea 11.05 John T. Koch (CAWCS) Out of the flow and ebb of the European Bronze Age: heroes, Tartessos, and Celc 11.30 Dirk Brandherm (Queen’s University, Belfast) Westward Ho? Swordbearers and all the rest of it...12.05 Morning session discussion (chair: Marc Vander Linden, University of Leicester) 12.40 lunch 1.00-2.00 Jacqueline McKinley, Jörn Schuster, Alistair Barclay (Wessex Archaeology) Dead sea connecons: a Bronze- and Iron Age ritual site on the Isle of Thanet 2.00 Dagmar S. Wodtko (CAWCS) Models of language spread and language development in prehistoric Europe 2.35 William O’Brien (UC Cork) Celts, Romans and the indigenous Iron Age and Late Bronze Age of south-west Ireland 3.10 *Book launch and refreshments 3.45 Colin Renfrew (McDonald Instute, Cambridge) Thoughts on early Celc in the west and early Indo-European 4.45 Barry Cunliffe (Instute of Archaeology, Oxford) Respondent/discussion leader 5.20–6.00 The programme will include a launch of the collecon

*Celc from the West Alternave Perspecves from Archaeology, Genecs, Language, and Literature edited by Barry Cunliffe and John T. Koch OXBOW BOOKS, 2010

Limited space: Book Now! Registraon: £29.00 (includes tea/coffee breaks and“finger” buffet); £22.00 (sans frills) Contact: a.elias@cymru.ac.uk — 01970 636543

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