NEXT LECTURE: 6th APRIL 2017 at 4pm
BP Lecture Theatre, British Museum
In Association with the British Museum Department of the Middle East
The Visible Dead: Dolmen Tombs and the Landscape in Bronze Age Lecant
James Fraser, Curator for the Anient Levant, British Museum
All our lectures at the British Museum are free but must be pre-booked in advance. To book your free ticket for future events, please contact the British Museum Box office about 1 month before the event on: +44 (0)20 7323 8181 or online at www.britishmuseum.org
and go to the 'What's On' option at the top of the BM homepage. Then choose the 'Events Calendar' and scroll down the page to see events listed by date and time.
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RESEARCH GRANTS FOR 2017 HAVE BEEN AWARDED. VISIT THE GRANTS PAGES ON THIS WEBSITE FOR MORE DETAILS
PEF BLOG and Twitter!
You can now follow and contribute to our blog by clicking on this link http://www.pef.org.uk/blog/
the blog contains features by our grant recipients, news on our archives and events, and we welcome your participation.
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PEQ AVAILABLE ONLINE TO SUBSCRIBERS!
PEQ is sent to all PEF subscribers four times a year. Volumes from 1865 to present are also available online to subscribers through www.tandfonline.com
This is a major step forward in the improvement of our services to our members. Now, the incredible wealth of research in the pages of PEQ and the Quarterly Statement are available for members to access wherever they happen to be. New members will receive their access details from our publishers Taylor & Francis
ABOUT THE PEF
The PEF was founded in 1865 and is the oldest organization in the world created specifically for the study of the Levant, the southern portion of which was conventionally known as ‘Palestine’. The PEF is a major bridge and information resource for the public and academic community.
It publishes an internationally respected journal, the Palestine Exploration Quarterly, and brings the latest archaeological results and research to the public in a series of regular lectures. The PEF promotes ongoing research through annual grants to scholars across the world.
The PEF archives hold over 40,000 photographs of Palestine, Jordan and Syria taken from 1850 onwards. The PEF collections also include archaeological artefacts, natural history specimens, maps, manuscripts, and paintings. Our unparalleled library attracts scholars from around the world. These facilities are available to our members for research, study, and publication purposes.
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Current office hours for visits and enquiries
WE ARE CLOSED TO VISITORS FOR CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR FROM THE 21ST DECEMBER 2016 TO THE 2ND JANUARY 2017 INCLUSIVE. WE WILL REOPEN ON THE 3RD JANUARY.
(please note there may be some occassional changes to these times depending on circumstances)
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