How to Join the Roman Finds Group
The annual subscription is £12 (joint members £15), which is due on 1st January. This entitles members to receive the hard copy Lucerna newsletter and Datasheets, as well as digital access to these and to WH Manning's ironwork catalogue, plus reductions in the fees charged for meetings. Cheques should be made payable to the Roman Finds Group and sent to:
Angela Wardle. RFG, 1 Stebbing Farm, Fishers Green, Stevenage, Herts, SG1 2JB.
A copy of the form below is available as a Microsoft Word file more suitable to word processors here:
I wish to join the Roman Finds Group (RFG) and have enclose a cheque for £12.00 made payable to 'The Roman Finds Group'
Data Protection Act
The membership list is held electronically. It is never sold and is only made available to similar special interest groups so that they can send RFG members information that is likely to be of interest to them. In order to comply with the Data Protection Act, please state below if you have objections to your name and address being held electronically.
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If you wish to pay by Standing Order, please contact the Treasurer.
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We are delighted to announce that Roman Finds Group committee member Dr Jörn Schuster will be offering a one-day Masterclass on Romano-British Brooches with former RFG committee members Dr Hella Eckhardt and Dr Emma Durham from the University of Reading. This one-day event will enhance your skills in the description, identification and dating of Romano-British brooches. You will also learn about the way the PAS records brooches and the research potential of personal adornment for our understanding of Roman Britain.... Read More »