10:15 Morning session: Chairman, Tony Abramson
Mark Blackburn & His Legacy
10:20 Simon Keynes - Mark Blackburn
10:30 Rory Naismith - London and its mint, c. 880-1066
10:45 Andy Woods - Thinking about Mints: Was Dublin Unique?
Early Anglo-Saxon coinage
11:00 Anna Gannon - Series J and the Continent
11:25 Break: tea/coffee & biscuits
11:50 John Hines - The hunting of the sceatt
12:15 Gareth Williams - Why were there no coins in the Staffordshire hoard?
12:40 Lunch/free time
14:00 Afternoon session: Chairman, Martin Allen
14:00 Ron Bude - The coinage of Eadberht: a die study of over 400 specimens.
14:25 Stewart Lyon – Some new thoughts on interpreting Northumbrian stycas
15:10 Dot Boughton – Silverdale
14:50 Kristin Bornholdt-Collins – Furness
15:30 Break: tea/coffee & biscuits
15:55 Florence Codine & Guillaume Sarah: Coins, coin ornaments and metal objects in Gaul
16:20 Michael Metcalf - Seventh & eighth century deniers of the bishops of Paris: a cautionary tale.
16:40 Martin Allen - Summing up
16:50 Close - The Museum closes at 17:00