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Children as Roman Soldiers
Wales through the ages from the Romans to the Victorians  -  18 February 2012
 

As part of St Fagan's Life Stories Community Event

 

Excavations at Cosmeston 2011

Getting Medieval at Cosmeston. © Vale of Glamorgan Council.
Getting Medieval  -  9 July 2011
 

Free family learning day at Cosmeston Medieval Village. Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th July 2011 10:00am - 4:00pm

Excavations at Caerleon 2011

 

Free public talk by Will Hutton

Will Hutton

 On 16th March 2011 the highly distinguished economics commentator Will Hutton will deliver a free public lecture hosted by the School of History, Archaeology, and Religion at Cardiff University as part of the Keynes seminar series.

 

http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/share/newsandevents/events/history/will-hutton-lecture.html

 

 

New Discoveries at Caerleon - FREE event

Reconstruction of Caerleon in the Roman period, showing the newly discovered monumental suburb (© 7reasons)

At this FREE public lecture on March 15th 2011 you can find out more about the remarkable recent discoveries made by archaeologists at Caerleon, including the previously unknown suburb of massive monumental buildings on the banks of the River Usk.

http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/share/newsandevents/events/archaeology/caerleon-free-public-lecture.html

Come to Life Stories!

Life Stories

A free event exploring the value and popularity of stories about people's life experiences at St Fagans National History Museum on Saturday 20th November 2010.

http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/share/newsandevents/events/lifestories.html

Discovering Past & Present: come to our FREE talks!

Discovering past and present

FREE monthly talks presenting an exciting window into research undertaken in areas like History, Archaeology, Literature, Art, Philosophy and Religion. These lectures provide an up to the minute taster of the kinds of research undertaken within the Humanities at Cardiff University and beyond.

http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/learn/discoveringthepast/index.html