The Marlow Warlord
You will have seen the national news about the recent excavation in which a few MAS members were involved, also mentioned in our Autumn members' Update.
Dr Gabor Thomas of the University of Reading, who led the excavation, was interviewed for a BBC History Radio podcast last week - the link is below. It is much more in-depth than the initial press coverage and touches on a range of issues concerning early medieval archaeology in the Thames region and beyond. Click here to listen to the podcast
Fieldwork activities are suspended until COVID guidance on suitable working arrangements is available. Any news will be posted as circumstances change.
Marlow Archaeological Society - better known as Marlow Archaeology, or MAS - is an active local society dedicated to widening knowledge of the archaeology and history of Marlow and the surrounding area - and sharing it with the wider community.
Our monthly talks programme in Marlow has become increasingly popular. It covers various historical and archaeological subjects that are mostly presented by leading experts in their field. We run regular fieldwork projects involving excavations, geophysics, research and reports. Visits are organised to places of interest.
We work with other local organisations to encourage public interest in supporting and conserving the archaeological and historical heritage of the Marlow area. We are involved in many local events, such as fêtes and regattas, which provide an opportunity to communicate with visitors to our stand and display our activities and findings.
Many of our members are also involved in projects around the country and we use their experience gained to improve our society.
New members are always welcome – some are interested in archaeology while others may just enjoy attending our talks and events. No previous archaeological experience is necessary as training and guidance are always on offer.
We are an active local society dedicated to widening our knowledge of the archaeology and history of Marlow and around - and sharing it with the wider community.
If you share our fascination with the past, why not get in touch?