Southampton Archaeology Society

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SAS Events

Meetings are held at St. Joseph’s  Hall, Bugle Street,

Southampton  SO14 2AH

Bring your friends—free to members and £3 per visitor.

7:30pm unless otherwise stated. 

Currently no refreshments.

2020-2021 Season Lecture List

We have done a risk assessment for our talks during the Covid-19 pandemic. This can be viewed here.




Southampton Archaeology Society Study Day 2020:

Southampton & Hampshire at the Time of the Mayflower 1620 (see Study Days page)

Postponed until 24th April 2021


Annual General Meeting

is rescheduled to May 11 2021


Mayflower Walk with Godfrey Collyer, 11.00am to 12.30pm

Further details and application form

Postponed until Spring 2021, date to be advised.

November 10th

Mayflower Lives: Building a New Jerusalem in the New World by Martyn Whittock

Event under review.

December 8th

The Hither Side of the Hedge by Jigfoot with Jo and Simon Harmer

Event under review.



January 12th

Axes Bold as Love: Imported Neolithic axe-heads in Britain by Katharine Walker, Bournemouth University

February 9th

The People and the Economy of Old Sarum 1070-1500: new discoveries in old manuscripts by June Efferney

March 9th

The Victorian discovery of Palaeolithic Southampton

by Francis Wenban-Smith, Ally Hayes and Wendy Stokes, University of Southampton

April 13th

Karen Wardley: “If Walls Could Talk: recent discoveries from the Hampshire Medieval Graffiti Project

May 11th

SAS Annual General Meeting 2021,

followed by an update on Southampton Archaeology Unit’s projects by Andy Russel

Other Events