Blog post written by Francesca Gordon: Recent Classical Studies Graduate at Royal Holloway University of London. Looking at the discovery, symbolism, and origins of the Corminium Museum Seasons Mosaic.
Find out what’s been going on with the Stone Age to Corinium project whilst the museum doors were closed.
Read local copywriter and editor Samantha Fryer Ward’s blog about Gods, pirates and a long-lost emperor! Featuring the Museums Mercury sculpture and rare gold Aureus coin of the Emperor Carausius.
Royal Agricultural University students Ollie and McKenzie blog about their work experience at Corinium Museum.
A look behind the scenes at the conservation of an Iron Age dog skeleton and the Hazleton long barrow ready for display in our new Stone Age to Corinium galleries.
Our recent Behind the Scenes tour focused upon the rural life collection and more specifically on the crafts associated with straw. This gave me the excuse to go through the collection and pick out some things with some fabulous names.
足彩胜负14场Project works are moving into Phase 2 with our temporary entrance, shop and Visitor Information Centre now located in Abbeley House.
足彩胜负14场Robert Heaven is a born and bred Cirencester man with an interest in 19th and 20th Century Social History. Educated first at Cirencester School and later at Sussex University and Birkbeck London, he specialises in Popular Culture as depicted in the press and other media. He writes the “Nostalgia” page for the Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard each week and is the convenor of the OldCiren group on Social Media.
足彩胜负14场Miles Clifford is an undergraduate student at the University of Southampton studying Archaeology, and has been visiting the Corinium Museum collection as a researcher for his dissertation evaluating the political power and influence of local cults.
Animals and humans have always been a well-recognised part of the earliest Celtic Art style in Europe – also known as La Tène art. This is no different in Britain, discover more with Reb Ellis a PhD Student at the University of Hull.