To celebrate the Nautical Archaeology Society’s (NAS) 30th birthday, we ran a special ‘Recorder Day’ course at the University of Bristol, the site of the inaugural course 30 years ago. The course focused on recording wrecks, finishing with a session in the pool where the students’ new-found skills were put to the test. The day also saw students indulging in a special 30th birthday cake and speeches from the two tutors who ran the very first NAS course.
Rachel Quick, NAS Education Manager
This edition of edible archaeology appeared in issue 316 of Current Archaeology.