Please note this event is now fully booked:register your interest early for 2013!
This is a ‘fete-style’ interactive day for school groups,exploring aspects of the ancient world (a guide to the market and question sheet will be given to students when they arrive),aimed at Years 9 and 10. Download the flyer here.
Experts from the School will be on hand manning the various ‘stalls’ to talk about their areas of expertise and answer questions. Find out about ancient food,drink and clothing,and what these things meant to the Greeks,Romans and Egyptians,and discovery what mummification was,and why people did it. Hear ancient languages spoken by eavesdropping on some bartering,and read and write on our ancient graffiti wall.
Please contact Dr Amy Coker with any queries (email@example.com)
The University of Liverpool is a leading international centre for the study of the ancient world – from the archaeology of human evolution,through ancient Egypt and the Near East to Greek and Roman history,culture and literature,and Iron Age Europe.
For more details of our programmes,go to www.liv.ac.uk/sace