Professor Richard Bradley

Professor Richard Bradley

Professor Richard Bradley - Photograph

Professor Richard Bradley and has written a number of books on prehistoric archaeology. His fieldwork has centred on prehistoric settlements, landscapes and monuments in England, Scotland, Spain and Scandinavia. These include studies of Cranborne Chase, the Neolithic axe quarries of Great Langdale (Cumbria), the stone circles of north-east Scotland, the Clava Cairns of northern Scotland, the megalithic art of Orkney, the prehistoric land boundaries of Salisbury Plain, and the Copper Age cave sanctuary of El Pedroso (northern Spain). He has conducted other field investigations of megalithic tombs in the west of Sweden, and a study of the siting of Bronze Age metalwork hoards in southern England, and has also investigated prehistoric rock art in Britain, Spain, Portugal, Sweden and Norway.
(Information courtesy of University of Reading)

Guest Lecture given at 3pm Tuesday 17th will centre on Professor Bradley's research in Scotland entitled: The use and reuse of stone circles: 20 years of fieldwork in Scotland.

Be sure to book your place early to aviod disappointment as places are limited.

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