Archaeology open day at Corinium Museum
South West | Gloucestershire
Sat 19th Jul 2014
Periods: Romans
Talk or lectureExhibition or displayHands-on activityFinds identification or archaeological skillsFamily fun

Celebrating its 25 year anniversary,Cotswold Archaeology joins up with the Corinium Museum for this special Festival of Archaeology open day. Archaeologists, finds specialists and local find liaison officer, Kurt Adams, will be on hand to identify your archaeological artifacts, so if you have found something you would like to have identified, bring it along.

There will be a chance to explore recent objects excavated by Cotswold Archaeology and talk to the archaeologists involved in discovering and interpreting the finds.

And there will be Roman helmet making from 10.30-11.30 and then again from 2-3pm.

A series of short talks will take place throughout the day by archaeology specialists from Cotswold Archaeology covering different sites and periods.

Event details

Organiser: Corinium Museum and Cotswold Archaeology
Booking details: You do not need to book this event
Fee details: This event is free to attend

Dates and times

Sat 19th Jul 2014 10:00-16:00

Venues and locations

Corinium Museum
Park Street

Tel: 01285 655611

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