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The Abbey St Bathans Hoard: a new discovery from the Scottish Borders with Dr Fraser Hunter

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The Abbey St Bathans Hoard: a new discovery from the Scottish Borders with Dr Fraser Hunter
7:00pm
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8:30pm
LocationIn Person @ Museum & Online via Zoom
Non-members - £5 for both in person and online, Members - Free for both in person and online
 

Our June Trimontium Talk examines fascinating The Abbey St. Bathans Hoard!

Metal detecting finds from North Britain are revolutionising our understanding of the reach and impact of Rome on the indigenous peoples. The enigmatic story of this important new find of Roman metalwork is slowly being unravelled by one of the country’s leading experts.

This talk will take place in person at the museum and online via Zoom.

Are you ready to learn and be intrigued by The Abbey St. Bathans Hoard? We hope to see you there!

Trimontium Members, all talks are included as part of your membership but if you would like to attend the talk IN PERSON you will still need to book a ticket via the link below. Those who wish to join the online talk do not need to book a ticket and will automatically be sent joining details as part of their membership 48 hours prior to the talk.

Non members attending online will receive joining details via email within 48 hours prior to the talk.

Remember to visit our TALKS PAGE to see more Trimontium Talks coming up in the next few months! You may book tickets for multiple talks at the same time via our BOOKING LINK.

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