Ceredigion Archaeology Day 2016

In March 2016 the Dyfed Archaeological Trust (DAT) ran an Archaeology Day in Aberystwyth. During the course of the day, MADU provided a joint presentation together with James Meek (Head of DAT Archaeological Services) on the work that MADU & DAT had been carrying out on the remains of an intertidal wreck that is eroding out of the bank of the Afon Leri at Ynyslas. The presentation was titled: Ynyslas Slate Wrecks: the highs and lows of recording an intertidal shipwreck.

A joint MADU / DAT presentation The NAS stand

A joint MADU / DAT presentation
(photos – Alice Pyper)

The NAS stand

A graph showing the annual rate of erosion of the bank of the Afon Leri at Ynyslas Some of the work being carried out in Wales by MADU & NAS

A graph showing the annual rate of
erosion of the bank of the Afon Leri at Ynyslas
(courtesy – DAT)

Some of the work being carried out in Wales by MADU & NAS

The remains of the wreck emerging from the bank of the Afon Leri at Ynyslas

  The remains of the wreck emerging from the bank of the Afon Leri at Ynyslas