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Getting Up Close and Personal in Herculaneum: A Story of Sewers and Corpses

Cambridge Science Festival talk by Professor Andrew Wallace-Hadrill
When Mar 16, 2017
from 06:30 PM to 07:30 PM
Where Room G.19, Faculty of Classics, Sidgwick Avenue, Cambridge, CB3 9DA
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Contact Phone 01223 330402
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Join Professor Andrew Wallace-Hadrill, former Director of the Herculaneum Conservation Project and of the British School at Rome, on a journey through the Roman underbelly to find out about the personal and private lives of the people who lived - and died - in the exceptional site of Herculaneum.

For adults.

Booking essential: book online at https://sewersandcorpses.eventbrite.co.uk.

This event is part of the Cambridge Science Festival, the University of Cambridge's annual celebration of science. Find out about more events taking place across the city here.

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