Early European Jewellery
A talk by Dr Judie English
Presented by Horsham and District Archaeology Group
From the Neanderthals onwards people have used objects to adorn themselves, often this jewellery is of sufficient importance to be buried as grave goods to travel with them into the afterlife. Precious, rare and beautiful materials, symbols of power, were used and skilled labour employed to provide objects for people of high status, but the urge to wear jewellery extends throughout society. This talk will look at jewellery in Europe from the Palaeolithic to the end of the Medieval periods.
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Wednesday 30th November, 7.30pm
Copsale Village Hall, Copsale Road, Horsham, RH13 6QT
All welcome, members free, non-members £4. Light refreshments included. Enquiries – contact email@example.com
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