• Kathleen Kenyon working on material from Jericho, where she excavated 1952–58. © Courtesy UCL Institute of Archaeology, London

  • Wednesday talk: Jericho to Jerusalem

    Kenyon: Methods and Memories

    Wednesday 5 Mar 2014, 1.00- 1.30pm
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    Christopher Davey

    Dr Davey will discuss Kenyon's legacy to archaeology, her influence on excavation technique, recording and publication, and her students, some of whom he dug with. He considers himself a Kenyon survivor!

    Dr Christopher Davey has been involved in archaeology since 1972 when he studied ancient languages and archaeology at the University of Cambridge and University College London. He has dug in Europe, Australia and the Middle East. He is now the Director of the Australian Institute of Archaeology and digs annually at Kourion, Cyprus.

    All welcome, no bookings required.

    More about the exhibition here.

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