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Living with cauldrons, University of Leicester Archaeological Services

30 July, 7:30 pm

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On Thursday 30 July, at 7.30pm FREE on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ulasnews/live/ and then until August 31, 2020 University of Leicester Archaeological Services present a digital talk by John Thomas on A unique Iron Age feasting and ritual site at Kirby Muxloe, Leicestershire

For a number of years the Fieldworkers have organised a month-long festival of archaeology in Leicestershire and Rutland, overlapping with the Council for British Archaeology’s annual national festival.  None of this is happening this year for the obvious reason. Instead the team from ULAS will be presenting six talks about ‘some of our best discoveries from Leicestershire’.

The full programme is:

  • Tuesday 14 July, 7.30pm Richard III: The King Under the Car Park by Mathew Morris.
  • Thursday 16 July, 7.30pm Revealing Grey Friars: Leicesters Lost Franciscan Friary by Mathew Morris.
  • Tuesday 21 July, 7.30pm Roman Leicester in 2020: Recent Discoveries and Latest Views of Ratae Corieltavorum Digital talk by Gavin Speed.
  • Thursday 23 July, 7.30pm The Story of the Enderby Shield: A unique bark artefact from the European Iron Age Digital talk by Matthew Beamish.
  • Tuesday 28 July, 7.30pm Buildings, Burials and Bones: The story of Hallatons lost pilgrims chapel Digital talk by Vicki Score.
  • Thursday 30 July, 7.30pm Living with cauldrons: A unique Iron Age feasting and ritual site at Kirby Muxloe, Leicestershire Digital talk by John Thomas.

All of these talks will be available at https://www.facebook.com/ulasnews/videos/ until August 31, 2020.

Details

Date:
30 July
Time:
7:30 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Categories:
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Website:
http://leicsfieldworkers.co.uk/festival-of-archaeology/

Organisers

University of Leicester Archaeological Services
Leicestershire Fieldwalkers

Venue

Online
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