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EVENTS

  • Fri, Feb 05
    Online Talk
    Prehistory Talks Package - 4 Talks by Dr James Dilley
    Join Dr. James Dilley for his four talks in February: 'The Origins of Archery', 'The Importance of Experiential Archaeology', 'Ötzi: A Copper Age Murder' & 'Casting in the Bronze Age'...
  • Fri, Feb 05
    Online Talk
    The Origins of Archery - Talk by Dr James Dilley
    Archery has connections in many parts of society today, as a sport and symbolism in many parts of the world while some groups still use it for hunting and social displays. But what are the origins of the bow and arrow?
  • Fri, Feb 12
    Online Talk
    The Importance of Experiential Archaeology - Talk by Dr James Dilley
    Experiential archaeology is often confused with experimental archaeology. But what is the difference? Is one more valuable than the other?
  • Fri, Feb 19
    Online Talk
    Ötzi: A Copper Age Murder - Talk by Dr James Dilley
    Ötzi the Iceman (aka. The Hauslabjoch Mummy) was one of the most important archaeological discoveries of the 20th century. New archaeological discoveries about him and appearances in film and media keep Ötzi firmly in public interest...
  • Fri, Feb 26
    Online Talk
    Casting in the Bronze Age - Talk by Dr James Dilley
    Funnily enough people made things from bronze in the Bronze Age (as well as other materials). Clearly there's more to the process, and James explores some of the methods used to make axes, swords and other objects...
  • Sat, May 08
    Berrycroft Hub
    Bronze Age Sword Casting
    Discover how some the earliest metal tools were produced in prehistoric Britain...
  • Sat, May 15
    Berrycroft Hub
    Bronze Age Sword Casting
    Discover how some the earliest metal tools were produced in prehistoric Britain...
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