Dr Philip de Jersey is the State Archaeologist and has conducted a wide variety of digs in the Channel Islands. He is currently working on an important site at Sandy Hook.
He has worked extensively on the Alderney Roman Fort and is an expert on ancient coins.
His talks are always fascinating and popular – in this course he will consider the history, the building, the relevance and the mysteries surrounding the ubiquitous sites which range from standing stones to passage graves.
Dr. de Jersey was born in Guernsey, and studied Geography at Hertford College, University of Oxford. After graduating he stayed on at Oxford University to study for a doctorate on the late Iron Age in north-west France. He is currently the States of Guernsey Archaeologist.
6 Wednesday evenings from 7 October to 18 November at Les Cotils 7.30pm - 9pm
Tutor: Dr Philip de Jersey
When: Wednesday Evenings 7.30pm - 9pm
Where: Les Cotils
Course Length: 6 weeks
Starts: 7 October
Half Term Break: 28 October
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