Life and Death in Late Iron Age Britain
Ancient • 33m
Roman connections with Britain stretch back to (at least) the mid 1st century BC, but what has archaeology revealed about the Late Iron Age British societies they interacted with? Do we have any concrete evidence for the druids? Was human sacrifice a thing? Sit back and enjoy as experts provide an overview of life and death in Late Iron Age Britain, looking at several topics: urbanisation, ritual and religion, trade with the continent, slavery and warfare. Featuring Durham University's Professor Tom Moore, alongside Colchester and Ipswich Museums' Dr Frank Hargrave and Dr Carolina Lima.
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