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Trimontium Talk 2021 #5 : Dr. Lawrence Keppie – Roman Scotland On Screen, Scenes From The Past.

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Trimontium Talk 2021 #5 : Dr. Lawrence Keppie – Roman Scotland On Screen, Scenes From The Past.
approx 8pm
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Lawrence Keppie will give a talk on April 22nd about the treasures from the Glasgow Archaeological Film Archive….a vintage movie night for all!

We will be treated to a series of historically important cinefilms, the first and second made by the late Anne S. Robertson, of a Summer School at Dumfries in 1953 and of the Antonine wall in 1958-60. A third film will illustrate the excavation of the Roman bath-house at Bothwellhaugh in 1975.

Professor Lawrence Keppie provides the commentary.

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