The AIKB is now able to
share video-conference presentations via ZOOM. These take place periodically
on a Thursday afternoon at 4pm. Zoom talks are easy to join, and there
is help on hand for anyone new to this way of joining in on an event –
just contact our Board Secretary, John
Greenlees for guidance.
You can register
now for the following talks by email and by sending a payment of 5 euros
per event, payable in advance, by cheque or by Paypal to email@example.com.
The link to join the talk will then be sent to you by email.
6 May –
Michael Batt – The Roman Aqueduct of Carhaix
the most affluent town in Roman Brittany, was unique in having fresh running
water supplied ty a 27km long aqueduct. Via an illustrated talk we will
follow it's course, look at the techniques used to build it starting from
the springs in Paule (Côtes d'Armor) to the centre of town where
water was distributed. We will look at four different sites along its course
finishing by the remains presented at the interpretation centre 'Vorgium'