Pitt-Rivers in Kent - public lecture

image: "Sections of Caesar's Camp or Castle Hill, near Folkestone", from Pitt-Rivers 1883. Excavations at Caesar's Camp near Folkestone, conducted in June and July 1878. Archaeologia 47(2): 429-465.

As the first of the public lectures for the Excavating Pitt-Rivers project, Dan Hicks will be introducing  the project, and speaking about the General's excavations in Kent, at an event on 21 February. The talk is hosted by A Town Unearthed - a community archaeology programme funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund. Details are below. For further details, please email townunearthed@canterbury.ac.uk

Thursday 21 February, 7pm-8.30pm
Exhibition Talk: Excavating Pitt-Rivers - Pitt-Rivers in Kent.
Dr Dan Hicks, Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford
University Centre Folkestone, Mill Bay, Folkestone. CT20 1JG.

More details on the Town Unearthed project are here - www.atownunearthed.co.uk

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