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Help us conserve Burmese manuscript and its rare woven braid
From today, Friday 1 March 2019, the Society is beginning a short campaign to raise funds towards the conservation of one of our manuscripts. The object in question is RAS Burmese 86,…1 March 2019
Major James Caulfeild’s Donation
Sometimes, as a break from the large projects I am working on, I tackle some of our more individual items. Having just completed the catalogue for the Richard Burton Memorial Medal, I…15 February 2019
Deborah Freeman Fahid (Independent Scholar) – The Àger Rock Crystal Chessmen: Some Early Medieval Imports from the Iranian World?
*Please Note: This event was previously listed as taking place on the 22nd of January but had to be postponed at the request of the speaker.* The talk will focus on…13 December 2018
***POSTPONED TO 26th FEBRUARY AT REQUEST OF SPEAKER***Deborah Freeman Fahid (Independent Scholar) – The Àger Rock Crystal Chessmen: Some Early Medieval Imports from the Iranian World?
*** N.B. This event has been postponed at the request of the speaker. It will now take place on the 26th of February*** The talk will focus on a group…17 September 2018
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