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Find out how the Romans tried to predict the future.

How did the Ancient Romans find out what was going to happen in the future? How did they try to change what would happen? Take part in crafts and hands-on activities in the Museum to find out about the weird and wonderful things they did to predict the future.

For children ages 7-11.
Drop-in.
Free.

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This event is part of the Cambridge Festival of Ideas, the University's annual celebration of the arts, humanities and social sciences.

Date: 
Tuesday, 24 October, 2017 - 13:00 to 16:00
Contact name: 
Jennie Thornber
Contact phone: 
01223 330402
Event location: 
Cast Gallery, Museum of Classical Archaeology

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