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Reconstructing the Past in Leicestershire and Rutland

Reconstructing the Past in Leicestershire and Rutland


Saturday 25 November 2023 from 10am -5pm

University of Leicester, University Road, Leicester LE1 7RH


A day of talks and displays revealing how archaeologists, artists and artisans collaborate to recreate the ancient past.

'Crafting with bark: experiments to remake the Enderby Shield' with Matthew Beamish, Project Manage at ULAS

'Taking stock of the pot: Creating and re-creating the Glenfield Iron Age cauldrons' with John Thomas, Deputy Director at ULAS

'Re-creating Britain’s Finest Roman Cavalry Helmet from Hallaton, Leicestershire' with Helen Sharp, Archaeology Curator for Leicestershire CC Museums

'New Visions of Roman Leicester: From holes in the ground to reimagined views of the ancient townscape' with Dr Gavin Speed, Project Manager, ULAS

'Recreating Grey Friars: Imagining the burial place of King Richard III' with Mathew Morris, Project Officer at ULAS

'Drawing the Rutland Trojan War Mosaic' with Dr David Neal


Standard ticket £15

Student ticket £10


Tea and coffee included, lunch not provided.

For more information please visit https://ulasnews.com/reconstructing-the-past/



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