The Museum of Somerset, at Taunton, is welcoming visitors to an illustrated talk on the nationally important Roman treasures displayed there, including some found in mid-Somerset.
Roman Treasures in the Museum of Somerset with Steve Minnitt, Head of Museums, takes places on Thursday, March 21.
There Steve will tell the story of the Shapwick and Frome coin hoards, the Low Ham Roman mosaic and the recently-discovered figurine of Capricorn.
The Museum of Somerset is home to thousands of intriguing Roman finds – the Frome Hoard, for example, is the largest collection of Roman coins ever discovered in Britain in a single container.
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The galleries displaying these objects will be open before and after the talk.
The talk is on Thursday, March 21, at 7.30pm (doors and bar open at 7pm).
Tickets are £8 (£5 under 16) and are available from the museum. There will be an interval after the talk followed by a question and answer session.
For further information, or ticket sales, please contact the museum on 01823 255088 or email email@example.com.