SeaHenge cr D Robertson

Seahenge and her Sister : NWT 's Bronze Age Archaeology

Thursday 14 March, 2019

The discovery of Seahenge, a Bronze Age timber circle on Holme-next-the-Sea beach, has resulted in twenty years of research. David Robertson will give an illustrated talk on Seahenge, the neighbouring second circle, and the dating of both to the 2049 BC. He will explore how they might have been used, their significance to the study of timber circles in the British Isles, and how they might have been affected by environmental changes.

Event details

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Venue information

Time and date information
Thursday 14th March 13.30 to 15.00
Cost
£8 NWT members, £10 non members
Booking information
Booking is essential
Reception 01263/740008
light lunch included
Organiser
NWT
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