|26 September 2009
Scottish town puts its past on display
Some of the significant events in an Angus town's history, including its involvement in two wars, are being recalled to mark Scottish Archaeology Month. Montrose Museum has mounted a timeline exhibition charting the development of the area since prehistoric times. Some of the earliest artefacts on display include Mesolithic arrowheads, dating from around 6000 BCE, and a Stone Age flint axe. Visitors will also be able to see how the town has changed down the years. The exhibition, There's a Time and Place, will run until the end of October.
Source: The Press and Journal (26 September 2009)
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