Anglo-Saxon Gloucestershire

Thursday 30/11/17 19:00 - 20:30

Corinium Museum

Carolyn Heighway will discuss Gloucestershire from the end of Roman rule to the coming of the Normans.

Evening Lecture with Carolyn Heighway

Thursday 30 November, 7-8.30pm

Carolyn Heighway will discuss Gloucestershire from the end of Roman rule to the coming of the Normans. It is a long period, over 600 years, and only thinly documented through at least the first half of that time. Drawing on archaeological evidence alongside the written word, Carolyn will build up a picture of Anglo-Saxon life in the county.

Carolyn Heighway is an archaeological consultant with special expertise in the archaeology of Gloucester and the Anglo-Saxon period. She is a director, with her husband Richard Bryant, of Past Historic.

Cost: £6.75 per adult, £5.75 for season ticket holders

Booking recommended

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