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Cambridge Archaeology Field Group

Mark Hinman, (Regional Project Manager, PCA Central) - Highlights of Pre-Construct Archaeology's work
When Feb 07, 2018
from 07:30 PM to 08:30 PM
Where McDonald Institute, Downing Street
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Mark Hinman is a Member of the Institute of Field Archaeologists (MIFA) and has been a professional archaeologist since completing his degree 1985.  He has worked on, managed and directed a wide variety of archaeological projects covering all periods from 5th millennium BC to the modern period in Britain, Europe and the Middle East. Mark has worked extensively throughout the Midlands and East Anglia on such major projects as Stanwick Roman Villa (Northants.), Claydon Pike (Oxfordshire), Elms Farm Roman town (Essex), Thetford (Norfolk), Cambridge, Hinchingbrook, Wisbech and St Neots (Cambridgeshire).  As Conference Secretary for The Cambridge Antiquarian Society he is able to organise regular presentations on the very best new historical and archaeological discoveries and ongoing research from Britain and around the world.

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