Landscapes before the Dunes: the deep prehistory of Lincolnshire

Location: Online Event, Access through Zoom
Organised by the Dynamic Dunescapes project, this online lecture on the pre-history of Lincolnshire sand dunes will be hosted by CITiZAN Community Archaeologist, Sam Griffiths.

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About the event

Explore Lincolnshire's landscapes before the dunes developed with Sam Griffiths, CITiZAN Community Archaeologist.

Since humans began occupying land in Lincolnshire, the landscapes have changed drastically including early dunes systems; large, open plain landscapes and ever-changing coastlines across the North Sea Basin. Humans have also changed throughout his period; both in looks but also in behaviour.

We’ll look at the changing coastlines of the county over the past 500 thousand years and how this effected our knowledge of the period. We’ll look closely at how those landscapes and environmental changes affected the people and animals that dwelt here in our deep past.

This online talk will be hosted on Zoom. Register below to book through Eventbrite or email Tish Cookson at

Meeting joining details will be sent to you shortly before the event.




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Adults, Experts, Beginners

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Tish Cookson