Archaeological Aspects of Roman Britain
This talk will focus on the artefacts and structures of some archaeological sites from Roman Britain, including a discussion on the legacy of the Roman Empire, and thoughts on parallels relevant to our modern world.
Archaeologist Pam Torrington began her degree in Auckland where she took part in several "digs" on early Maori sites. After moving to Britain, she completed her degree in archaeology at Cardiff University.
Pam taught archaeology for many years to all ages in England. Pam has already delivered two very successful lectures on archaeology at the museum. She has a practical emphasis and will encourage discussion.
Restrictions: All Ages
Fri 27 Oct, 7:30pm-9:00pm