20th May 2016:

The official book launch of Lost Landscapes of Palaeolithic Britain was held on the 19th May at an evening reception hosted by the Society of Antiquaries of London in the beautiful rooms at Burlington House, Piccadilly. The event followed the Palaeo2020 conference, a day of presentations and discussion focusing on strategies for the protection and transformation of the Palaeolithic resource.

The conference was very well attended by archaeologists from a range of academic, curatorial and commercial backgrounds, including several staff members from Oxford Archaeology. The Society's General Secretary, John Lewis, and Historic England's Jonathan Last commended the Lost Landscapes team on the production of the book.

Professor Mark White spoke about the Lost Landscapes project and legacy of the Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund in session 4 of the conference.

Click here to watch recordings of the conference sessions.