Friends of Brading Roman Villa lecture series.
Every so often a remarkable discovery hits the headlines-an account of treasure hunters striking lucky after years of searching the land, or perhaps a chance find made by a farmer after ploughing. With each new hoard comes a story, or a number of possible stories and unanswered questions. Who did it belong to? Why was it buried or lost and not recovered.
Eleanor Ghey curator of the British Museum and Salisbury Museum partnership exhibition, Hoards a Hidden History of Ancient Britain will be at Brading Roman Villa discussing the practice of hoarding and how and why the British Museum and Salisbury Museum collaborated on the current exhibition. Including details of some of the hoards and how they were discovered.
£6 Member (FBRV)
£7 Non member
To reserve tickets call the villa on 01983 406223
Hoards a Hidden History of Ancient Britain is generously supported by the Dorset Foundation in memory of Harry M Weinrebe.
All proceeds from the talk will be used to help support Brading Roman Villa.