Camertonia issue 7 (2) (1960)

Planned excursion to the Roman Villa at LullingstoneW J Wedlake
Camertonia 7 Part 2 (1960) p. 1.
24th July 1960. Site excavated and now in care of Ancient Monuments Board. Important aspects of early Christianity.

Future ExcursionsW J Wedlake
Camertonia 7 Part 2 (1960) pp. 1 – 2.
Concern over drop in numbers – probably as a result of increased use of the car. Three detailed suggestions for tackling this situation.

Treasurer’s ReportH.F Moore
Camertonia 7 Part 2 (1960) pp. 4 – 7.
Accounts for the year ending 24th October 1959.

Grants specifically for the Nettleton excavationsW J Wedlake
Camertonia 7 Part 2 (1960) p. 5.
Haverfield Trust, the Society of Antiquaries, the British Academy and the Carnegie United Kingdom Trust.

Specific Accounts by nameW J Wedlake
Camertonia 7 Part 2 (1960) p. 7.
Camerton Report Publication Fund, Nancy Smith Memorial Fund and City of Bath Excavation Account.

The Camerton ReportW J Wedlake
Camertonia 7 Part 2 (1960) p. 8.
Orders for the publication continue to come in, ‘…especially from Germany’. It will be reviewed in ‘Antiquity’ and other journals.

Annual Report 1959W J Wedlake
Camertonia 7 Part 2 (1960) p. 8.
‘ A year of continued progress’. Deaths of Mr Theobald and Mr Maurice Mellhuish reported as is the departure from Bath of Lt Cdr and Mrs Andrews.

NettletonW J Wedlake
Camertonia 7 Part 2 (1960) pp. 8 – 9.
Very detailed Report on the work of the season. Focus on eastern side of Mausoleum, also rectangular building nearer the river. Thanks, by name, to distinguished supporters. (see also p 3/4)

Camerton ExcavationsW J Wedlake
Camertonia 7 Part 2 (1960) p. 9.
Work in the Longlands Field. Comment on finds here. Work to re-commence in December.

St James’ Church Site, BathW J Wedlake
Camertonia 7 Part 2 (1960) pp. 9 – 10.
Update on the arrangements for this site.

Equipment; purchase of a LevelW J Wedlake
Camertonia 7 Part 2 (1960) p. 10.
Grant from U.K Carnegie Trust.

Liaison with other SocietiesW J Wedlake
Camertonia 7 Part 2 (1960) p. 10.
Representatives of Somerset and Gloucester Archaeology Societies have attended the site at Nettleton. C.A.C. representatives have attended Somerset Archaeology Society Meetings.

The Pump Room Hotel Site, BathW J Wedlake
Camertonia 7 Part 2 (1960) p. 10.
A committee has been formed to ensure this site is investigated. Prof. Ian Richmond is directing the work.

HeadquartersW J Wedlake
Camertonia 7 Part 2 (1960) p. 10.
Premises in Henry Street to be demolished. Mr Bedford, the Spa Director has provided temporary storage space. (see also p 11)

Headquarters
Camertonia 7 Part 2 (1960) p. 10.
The search for new premises. Ideally somewhere with room for restoration work etc. (see also p 10)

Membership
Camertonia 7 Part 2 (1960) pp. 10 – 11.
Approx 140

Thanks
Camertonia 7 Part 2 (1960) p. 11.
To the Committee and to those ‘ who have contributed to the happy atmosphere..at Nettleton’

Excursions
Camertonia 7 Part 2 (1960) p. 11.
‘One feature of our activities which has not proved to be so popular’. Call for suggestions for sites to visit.