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Please Touch: Romans

Tuesday 31 October, 11am-1pm

Venue: Hull and East Riding Museum

Come and join our curators in the Roman Gallery, where we’ll be talking about Roman culture and giving you the opportunity to handle some of our objects. Explore our collections and ask us the questions you’ve always wondered about! Free, Drop In

Gallery Talk: Roman Mosaics

Thursday 9 November, 1.30pm-2.30pm

Venue: Hull and East Riding Museum

Join our curator to explore the fascinating Roman mosaics in Hull and East Riding Museum. Discover more about where they come from, how they were made, and what stories they tell. BSL interpreted. Free, Drop In

Dave Evans: The nature of Romano-British settlement & activity in East Yorkshire

Saturday 11 November, 2pm-3pm

Venue: Hull and East Riding Museum

In this fascinating talk Dave Evans former City Archaeologist for Hull, will explore some of the discoveries from the last 20 years along with the results of recent archaeologicalinvestigations of the Romano-British period from Hull and the surrounding area of East Riding. BSL interpreted talk…

Finds ID Day - in partnership with the Portable Antiquities Scheme.

Friday 24 November 2017, 11am-1pm

Venue: Hull and East Riding Museum

Have you found a fossil or an old coin and want to know more about it? Bring your archaeological finds along to our finds day event to discover moreabout them and have them identified. Organised in partnership with the Portable Antiquities Scheme Free, Drop in…

Please Touch: Victorian Archaeologists

Saturday 25 November, 11am-12.30pm and 1.30pm-

Venue: Hull and East Riding Museum

If you’re visiting The Magic of Christmas, why not pop into Hull and East Riding Museum to meet our very own Victorian archaeologists? Learn about museums and archaeology 100 years ago, and handle some of our Prehistoric objects. Free, Drop In

Professor Martin Millett: Romans on the Wolds - excavations and fieldwork at Thwing

Saturday 9 December, 2pm-3pm

Venue: Hull and East Riding Museum

Martin John Millett is Laurence Professor of Classical Archaeology at the University of Cambridge and a Professorial Fellow of Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge. His recent survey and excavations at Thwing in East Yorkshire, have explored parts of a Roman farming settlement. This work provides interesting new…

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