VISIT: Milton Hall Mosaic

[For Non-FRAG events check details with the organiser]

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FRAG has arranged a rare opportunity to view the Roman mosaic which was discovered in 1821 during excavations in Castor. The mosaic was re-laid in the ante-room to the dairy at Milton Hall. At that time local antiquarian, Edmund Artis, was working as House Steward for 4th Earl Fitzwilliam.

We will be accompanied by Dr Stephen Upex who will provide background on local mosaics, Roman villas, and the role of Edmund Artis in their discovery.

Physical space is tight so the maximum number of attendees will be 25. The outline plan is for the us to meet at about 10.30am, with the option after for a pub lunch in Castor.

FREE for FRAG Members – £5 for Non members

To register your interest in joining the visit please complete the application form. Rex Gibson will be in touch with joining instructions by email.

Application Form

Until 18th May priority will be given to applicants who are FRAG members. If we need to limit numbers this will be on a first come first served basis.

Payment for non members will be collected on the day.

Dr Stephen Upex has written on a wide variety of topics related to British landscape history and archaeology. He has excavated widely and led the 2019 investigation at Durobrivae . Books include the recently published, Romans in the Nene Valley. Stephen lectures at the University of Cambridge, is a member of the Chartered Institute for Field Archaeologists and a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London.

Details

Date:
18 June 2022
Time:
10:30 am
Cost:
£5
Event Category:

Organizer

FRAG
Email:
enquiries@peterborougharchaeology.org
Website:
www.peterborougharchaeology.org
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