1 September 2019 (1400 - 1600)
Come to the University's Archaeology Room to see and handle examples of prehistoric worked flint and Cypriot artefacts such as pottery vessels, lamps, figurines and votive offerings. The objects, dating from the Palaeolithic to the Byzantine period, provide fascinating glimpses into the ancient world – from trade, technology and consumption to burial, beliefs and artistic expression. Learn about our latest digital research and discover how we are using unfamiliar, ancient material to improve literacy, health and well being!
NB- Wheelchair access is via the Craigard entrance, located on The Scores.
Free book marks and hands-on activities for children.