Town and Country in the Roman Cotswolds

Thursday 03/03/16 19:00 - 20:30

Corinium Museum

By popular demand, Neil Holbrook is repeating his lecture on Town and Country in the Roman Cotswolds. Cirencester was an important Roman town and the Cotswolds populated by rich villas but how did the town and country fit together?
Town and Country in the Roman Cotswolds Evening Lecture with Neil Holbrook Thursday 3 March 7pm, 8.30pm By popular demand, Neil Holbrook is repeating his lecture on Town and Country in the Roman Cotswolds. Cirencester was an important Roman town and the Cotswolds populated by rich villas but how did the town and country fit together? Was Cirencester an administrative centre, or a bustling and vibrant market town? There were literally hundreds of farms in the Cotswolds which didn't have villa houses, so what role did they play and who lived in them? Neil will explore these issues and more in his evening lecture on town and country in the Roman Cotswolds. Booking essential
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