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25 April 2024 - 25 April 2024

5:30PM - 6:30PM

Palace Green Library, Durham, DH1 3RN

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Join our Curator of Archaeology and discover more about the history of the Museum of Archaeology and find out about its remarkable collection.

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Image of a drawing of a horse on the left side and fish on the right side. Inbetween are the words Museum of Archaeology.

Join us for an engaging and lively exploration into the collections of the Museum of Archaeology, with Gemma Lewis, Curator of Archaeology and Bioscience at Durham University.

In this talk, the curator will delve into some of the highlights of the collection. Discover the extraordinary stories behind these objects, and find out how these archaeological finds not only reveal the everyday history of Durham, but also reshape our understanding of its past. 

Free and all welcome, please book through Eventbrite or by calling Palace Green Library on 0191 334 2932. 

This talk is part of the Thursday Twilight Openings at Palace Green Library. The talks take place on the 4th Thursday of every month at Palace Green Library. Find out more about the museums and the collections from across Durham University, including Archive and Special Collections, Art Collection, Cosin's Library, Durham Castle Museum, Museum of Archaeology and Oriental Museum.  

World Heritage Visitor Centre and the Museum of Archaeology are also open until 7pm during the Twilight Openings. 


Free and all welcome.

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Palace Green Library