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Society of Antiquaries

Newcastle upon Tyne

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  • 26 Jan, 6.00 Anniversary Meeting and Lecture, A Scandalous Trough and other Tales of Romano-British Sculpture, Lindsay Allason-Jones, Lecture Theatre 2, Herschel Building, Newcastle University. In-person spaces left only for members now, apologies to interested non-members. Follow this link for the flyer. This is also our Anniversary Meeting.

  Click here for details of our monthly lectures from Jan to June 2022

 

A Full Programme of Talks, Visits, Library, Museum Collections, Archives,

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We are a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (registration number, 1188638) Click here for our entry on the Charity Commission website. The Society operated for many years as an incorporated association with charitable status (registration number 230888) with the same name and the same charitable objects. Click here for the Charity Commission entry for the pre-2021 body.

We publish a learned journal, Archaeologia Aeliana, each year, and a News Bulletin twice a year. Small Research Grants are available for original research by members.

We are partners in the management of Newcastle Castle, and are signatories to the North East Statement Against Racism.


Coronavirus; changes to our activities

Our Membership Administrator and the Trustees are mainly working remotely. Contact the membership administrator on admin@newcastle-antiquaries.org.uk.   For financial queries, please contact the Society’s Treasurer at treasurer@newcastle-antiquaries.org.uk.  Invoices need to be submitted electronically.

Our Library at the Great North Museum is currently open for limited hours,10am to 2pm, Monday to Thursday. There is a considerable backlog of accessioning and shelving, so certain titles may not be available straightaway. Members are asked have patience and understanding while Tamsin Bapty, the new Library co-ordinator, works towards restoring a normal service.

Nick Hodgson, President


In the future, don’t forget your past