This exhibition will highlight some of the finds from the county and examine the important contribution they have made to our wider understanding of Nottinghamshire.
This talk brings together all the Finds Liaison Officers of the East Midlands to discuss 15 years of the Portable Antiquities Scheme in the East Midlands.
Learn about the pottery of the Early Anglo Saxon period while creating your own replica pot.
Specialist in ancient pottery making technology, GrahamTaylor, will guide you through the process of making and decorating your Early Anglo Saxon pot replica using authentic tools and materials. A hands-on-history experience.
Discover how Rodin was inspired by the collections at the British Museum, in particular that of ancient Greece, and how fragments from antiquity emboldened him to create radical modern works of art.
Learn about local medieval tile production with the Nottingham University Museum medieval tile collection.
Using carved wooden pattern blocks to recreate the methods used to make medieval tiles over 600 years ago, your tile will be carefully finished, fired and returned for you to treasure.
This illustrated talk by the curator of the British Museum BP exhibition Scythians: warriors of ancient Siberia will look at how and why the British Museum came to do this exhibition.
Sparta is typically viewed as a totalitarian society. Its citizens’ lives were closely controlled by the state and devoted solely to warfare.