Chance to see the Crosby Garrett Helmet

The Roman period Crosby Garrett helmet, which I was lucky enough to do some superficial analysis on in 2010, will be part of the Royal Academy's Bronze exhibition which runs until the 9th of December 2012. The RA have used the title of the exhibition - Bronze - to refer to any object made of … Continue reading Chance to see the Crosby Garrett Helmet

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HMS Spring Meeting – Royalty, religion and rust

The Historical Metallurgy Society introduces Royalty, Religion and Rust! Spring Meeting and AGM. 4th-5th June 2011. Helmsley, North Yorkshire We are interested in any papers covering metallurgy in any form (archaeological, historical, scientific or practical reconstructions). Papers on both ferrous and non-ferrous papers welcome from any place or period of time as long as they … Continue reading HMS Spring Meeting – Royalty, religion and rust

Confirmed chair persons for HMS Research in Progress 2010

I am extremely pleased to say we have confirmed the last chairperson for the Historical Metallurgy Society's Research in Progress meeting, 2010! In total we have four sessions being chaired by; Justine Bayley, Duncan Hook (British Museum), Marcos Martinón-Torres (UCL) and David A. Scott (UCLA). I am extremely pleased and grateful to the chairs for … Continue reading Confirmed chair persons for HMS Research in Progress 2010

Programme for HMS Research in Progress Announced!

We are happy to announce to the finalised programme for the Historical Metallurgy Society's Research in Progress meeting, 2010! The Annual Research in Progress meeting is designed to allow people working on subjects related to historical, archaeological and industrial metallugy to come and discuss their research in an open and interested atmosphere. Miljana and I … Continue reading Programme for HMS Research in Progress Announced!