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13 March 2005
Talk will unveil Iron Age secrets

People in Swindon (England) will have the chance to re-live the Iron Age thanks to archaeologist Dr J D Hill, from the British Museum. In a series of talks at the Swindon Museum and Art Gallery, he will take people back more than two thousand years and give an insight into how archaeology is producing a different image of this 800-year period of history. Dr Hill will also talk about some of Wiltshire's Iron Age sites such as Barbury Castle. The talk, 'New views on Iron Age Britain', will be held at the Swindon Museum and Art Gallery, Bath Road, Old Town on Friday, March 18. The talks will begin at 7.30pm and tickets are priced at 4.50 and 3 for members. Call 01793 466556.

Source: Evening Advertiser, This is Swindon (12 March 2005)

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